Nelson Vergel's Update • Tuesday, August 4 and Invitation: Research Study from the Department of Medicine at UCLA
Tuesday, August 4, 2020 | ZOOM Meeting
6:00 PM (Pacific Time)
Nelson Vergel will give an update ...
... on ARV's & Weight Gain, Nandrolone, New HIV Meds and More. In addition, Dr Foltz from DAP will provide a brief COVID-19 update.
An ASL interpreter has not yet been scheduled for this meeting. Please let us know if you will require an interpreter.
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Future Positive Life Zoom Programs:
Sep 1 – Understanding Medicare Plans & Enrollment by Cesar Perez of the Bilhartz Desert Insurance Agency.
Oct 6 – Anal Health & You by DAP & the ANCHOR Study Team.
Nov 3 – Mental Health during COVID.
Dec 8 – Metabolic Issues in HIV (and Egrifta study) by Dr Dan Lee from UCSD.
Sponsored by HIV+Aging Research Project-Palm Springs.
On another note:
Jeffrey D. Klausner, MD, MPH, from the Department of Medicine at UCLA is conducting a research study. We are recruiting self-identified men who have sex with men residing in Southern California.
Scientists are trying to find new ways to prevent STIs caused by bacteria. One way is to take an antibiotic pill before you can get infected. We eventually want to make this method widely available, but first, we first need to know how the public would feel about it. Participation will take a total of about 3 minutes. Your participation is anonymous.
To access the survey, please click here: https://uclahs.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4Ym1g5KA3v7avGZ
If you submit your response between June 24, 2020 and August 23, 2020, you will be eligible to enter a raffle for a chance to win one of two Apple Watch Series 3 ($199 value). *Participation in the study is not required in order to participate in the raffle.