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Season 1, Episode 37

In this week’s episode, we start by reviewing two studies on the risks of transmitting HIV from transfusion. The first study asks whether changing the US blood donation policy for men who have sex with men from an indefinite deferral, to a deferral of 12 months from last sex, increases the risk of transfusion-transmitted HIV. The second study examines the frequency of detecting anti-HIV retroviral drugs in the serum of people attempting to donate blood. We will also review a manuscript examining the impact of Myc in HIV-associated non-Hodgkin lymphomas treated with EPOCH chemotherapy with or without vorinostat. And lastly, we learn more about platelet hyperactivity in two recent studies of patients with COVID-19.

Released September 10, 2020

The articles highlighted in this episode are listed below:


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