Does Racial Concordance Between HIV-Positive Patients and Their Physicians Affect the Time to Receipt of Protease Inhibitors?
King, William D.
Wong, Mitchell D.
Shapiro, Martin F.
Landon, Bruce E.
Cunningham, William E.
JGIM: Journal of General Internal Medicine 2004 November; 19(11): 1146-1153
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