UF Health researchers are getting funding for an HIV treatment study
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) - Researchers at UF Health are getting 6.6 million dollars to study HIV treatments. The funding comes from the National Institute on alcohol abuse and alcoholism.
Researchers will study treatments designed to boost awareness for those dealing with the virus.
The study is being done in partnership with scientists at the University of Miami, FSU, and the University of Louisville.
Much of the clinical research will take place at the University of Miami.
Alcohol abuse is common among people with HIV.
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