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Subspecialties Clinical care, Microbiology and immunology, Profession

Tackling a Triple Threat

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Helminth infection, tuberculosis, and HIV often go hand-in hand. Determining which patients are coinfected is vital – but still more important is the use of deworming interventions to treat patients for not just helminths, but also the infections that so often accompany them.

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Adil Menon

Adil Menon is a third-year medical student and Pathology Interest Group leader at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Prior to this, he received a Master of Bioethics from Harvard Medical School.

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