South University, Columbia recently hosted the South Carolina HIV Planning Council for a panel discussion.
Students had the opportunity to participate in the discussion which was coordinated by South University, Columbia faculty member Kenric B. Ware, PharmD, MBA, AAHIVP. Ware serves as a voting member on the Council’s Needs Assessment Committee and is an assistant professor of pharmacy practice at South University, Columbia.
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