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Fax number: (206) 221-4945
Mailing address: Cascade Health Communication Group, 901 Boren Avenue, Suite 1100, Seattle, Washington, 98104.

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Please note: due to special funding, some of our videos are available FREE to healthcare providers in Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Nevada and Washington. These orders are not charged shipping fees.
 

     

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•  Haba na Haba: Stories of Culture, Health, and Community
•  Tumaini: Stories of Hope and Change from the Kenya Voluntary Women's Rehabilitation Centre

HIV Topics for Clinicians
•  Caring Inside the Wall: HIV Treatment in the Correctional Setting
•  Double Jeopardy: Management of the HIV/Hepatitis C Co-Infected Patient
•  High Impact: Substance Abuse and HIV Care
•  HIV/AIDS Antiretroviral Therapy Update
•  HIV Resistance Testing: A Case-Based Overview for Clinical Practice
•  Management of HIV/Hepatitis C Co-infection: A Roundtable
•  Occupational Exposure to HIV: Recommendations for PEP with Dr. David Spach
•  Oral Manifestations of HIV/AIDS: An Update with Joel Epstein, DMD
•  Pregnant and Postive: Issues in Clinical Care and Support
•  Primary HIV Infection: Recognition and Diagnosis

STD Topics for Clinicians
•  Examination of Vaginal Wet Preps
•  Physical Exam of the Female Patient for Sexually Transmitted Diseases
•  Physical Exam of the Male Patient for Sexually Transmitted Diseases

HIV Topics for Patients and the Community
•  Community Support is Strong Medicine
•  Creando Nuestro Futuro: Apego A Los Medicamentos Del VIH/SIDA 
•  Haba na Haba: Stories of Culture, Health, and Community
 Staying Strong/Manteniendose Fuerte
•  Tumaini: Stories of Hope and Change from the Kenya Voluntary Women's Rehabilitation Centre