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Study among people with HIV People with HIV are more likely to keep their scheduled medical appointments – and their disease under control – if they feel their physician listens, explains things clearly and knows them as a person, not just a "case," new Johns Hopkins research suggests. "If people feel their doctor really knows them and listens to them, they feel that doctor has their best interests at heart and may be more likely to follow medical advice," says study leader...
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