Summer 2014 As Seen in Our Summer 2014 Issue
HIV Then
John G. Bartlett, MD, a pioneer in Johns Hopkins’ research on and treatment of HIV/AIDS, examines a patient in 1994. Bartlett and Frank Polk, MD, started a one-room unit within the Moore Clinic to care for early AIDS patients in 1984. It would become the centerpiece of the Johns Hopkins AIDS Service and the largest program for HIV care in Maryland. Learn how Associate Professor Jason Farley, a nurse practitioner at the Moore Clinic since 2003, hopes to build on that legacy. Photograph courtesy of the Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives

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