Minimizing the risk of contracting HIV | Illustration/Stefani Billings
Study aims to help policymakers and clinicians understand how a variety of interventions can help improve health outcomes and prevent HIV
A team of researchers examines four methods that could be cost-effective in preventing an outbreak.
Cora Bernard is the lead author of a study on prevention programs that could head off a resurgence of HIV and perhaps decrease the effects of the opioid crisis. The study was published online May 24 in PLOS Medicine. The senior author is Margaret Brandeau, PhD, Professor of Management Science and Engineering.