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Stuart MacMillan kneeling in front of a river
The Ottawa Hospital contributes to ‘a beautiful evolution’ in HIV research and care

AIDS. It’s a loaded word for many people in Canada, especially gay men. This World AIDS Day, we’re looking back on how The Ottawa Hospital has stayed at the forefront of life-saving HIV research and treatment for nearly 40 years.

Pharmacist Pierre Giguère
Pharmacist developed app to reduce drug interactions, improve HIV patient care

Pharmacists and members of the public can quickly check the safety and compatibility of HIV and hepatitis C drugs with other commonly prescribed medications, thanks to a new app that Ottawa Hospital Pharmacist Pierre Giguère helped develop.

Clinical Research Coordinator Nancy Tremblay
HIV study: injection versus pill

When John Henry spent three weeks cycling across Great Britain last summer, he didn’t need to take along a three-week supply of antiretroviral pills for HIV. As part of a study at The Ottawa Hospital, Henry receives an injection once every eight weeks instead.

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