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Wednesday
Jul022008

What’s a blog? Oh, right, a blog…

“Martyn you gotta have a blog” advised a US colleague. Blog…hmmm…blog. Yes well…BLOG. The mind boggled. I thought for a few minutes, could this be a new toothpaste, another way of saying I had a cold or just some new terminology to describe market share. I was stuck. Luckily, before I could make a twit of myself a friend came to the rescue. “Yes, your personal thoughts about viral load testing published on the web".

Ok, so here goes. I will attempt to share my views on HIV monitoring, provide information and possibly help stimulate some debate. I´ll try to post twice a week, depending on the weight of my inbox, and hope that the information I post creates comments and feedback. The editorial views will be mine and not necessarily those of my employees or our partners around the world. I hope the information provided will be a useful resource to those of you who want to learn more about HIV monitoring and how we can make this test more accessible to HIV patients around the globe.

Either way I hope you find this blog a useful resource. If you don’t, please let me know how I can improve it.

Cheers
Martyn

 

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