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The Phil Simon Clinic Tanzania Project is actively involved in ongoing clinical and basic science research in Arusha, Tanzania. Recent projects have included microbiologic surveys for resistant bacteria, antiretroviral toxicities, adherence assays and cultural and psychosocial issues associated with HIV/AIDS in Africa. These research activities incorporate the local Tanzanian professionals and offer an opportunity for shared academic experiences.

The Phil Simon Clinic Tanzania Project is firmly committed to ongoing education in HIV/AIDS and other medical and surgical issues. It is our belief that education is the sustainable resource for the future of developing nations, including Tanzania. In addition to shared clinical experiences, The Phil Simon Clinic sponsors medical and surgical symposia, technical skill enhancement and overseas travel scholarships for medical professionals. The Phil Simon Clinic Tanzania Project provides ongoing educational support for local Tanzanian healthcare professionals and medical students as well as equipment, educational materials and other infrastructure.

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