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Dr. Rodger MacArthur, center, stands in front of the J. Harold Harrison, M.D. Education Commons.

Listen: Dr. Rodger MacArthur shares progress on ending AIDS epidemic on ‘In the Wild’ podcast

In this week’s episode of In the Wild, Dr. Rodger MacArthur, professor of infectious disease at the Medical College of Georgia, shares his research on the work required to end the HIV epidemic.

In his article in PatientCare, he discusses how the 90-90-90 strategy aims to get 90% of HIV-infected persons diagnosed, 90% of them on antiretroviral therapy (ART), and 90% of those on ART “undetectable” in virus levels.

Also discussed on this week’s episode: Augusta University communication students are putting their skills into practice by covering local sports, two new graduates of Augusta University’s Molecular Medicine Graduate Program are ready to start their careers helping patients via research, and Dr. Neil MacKinnon names the first two fellows for his Provost Faculty Fellowship.

Listen to In the Wild on all your favorite podcast apps!

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Aenea Clark is a spring 2022 communications intern with Communications & Marketing.

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