Lung ageing and HIV Free

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Dr James Brown asks if the lung ages faster in people living with HIV, and looks at whether there is enough evidence regarding the independent effect of HIV on chronic lung health.

This lecture was filmed at the RSM event, 'the management and complications of HIV in older patients' on Friday 12th May 2017.


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24:11

Dr Geoffrey Ridgway, Clinical Microbiologist, Hampshire. 

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22:34

Professor Mary Collins, Dean of the Faculty of Life Sciences, University College London 

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28:06

Jeanette Cayley, Honorary Secretary, Medical Arts Society.

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39:15

Gayle Davis, Wellcome Lecturer in History of Medicine, University of Edinburgh.

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49:21

Mike Savvas, President, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Section, RSM.

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Sris Allan, Consultant GU/HIB Physician, City of Coventry Health Centre. 

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42:53

Dr Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury.

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39:05

Dr Mel Gardner, General Practitioner, SHIP (Sexual Health in Practice) Clinical Lead, UCL Teaching Fellow.

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Dr Marta Boffito, Head of Clinical Trials, St. Stephen's Centre (SSAT). Consultant Physician, Chelsea and Westminster Foundation Trust Reader, Imperial College, London.

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