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‘Why I’m still alive’: A patient’s gratitude, two decades later

January 13, 2021

In the summer of 2001, Shani Morgan was a few months pregnant and in prison, where she learned that she had HIV. She’d been sent from jail to Bragg Street Women’s Prison in Raleigh for better monitoring and medical treatment. What she remembers most about being treated by her UNC doctor, Becky White, MD, MPH, … Continued

FIT for PrEP: Adapting a prison transitions program for post-release PrEP care

October 5, 2020

  Becky White, MD, MPH, is an associate professor of medicine in UNC’s Division of Infectious Diseases and co-director of HIV Services for the North Carolina Department of Corrections. White’s research focuses on the dynamic interface between public health and medicine. She was one of the leading physicians who described the association between the release … Continued