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Dr. Richard M. Grimes

Adjunct Professor of Medicine

Texas Medical Center

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Email: r***@***.edu

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Texas Medical Center

2450 Holcombe Blvd. Suite 1

Houston, Texas 77021

United States

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Since opening in 1945, the Texas Medical Center (TMC) has been pioneering clinical care, research, and education. As the largest medical center in the world, the TMC campus consists of renowned hospitals, academic and research organizations, universities, ... more

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Employment History

University of Texas School of Public Health

Senior Lecturer (Continuing)

University of North Texas

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DEBATING AZT. Mbeki and the AIDS drug controversy

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Richard Grimes, a professor of management and policy at the University of Texas, Houston School of Public Health, told the Durban AIDS Conference on 13 July 2000 that despite free drugs, refills by phone and medication by mail, in three consecutive studies 73 to 95 percent of HlV-positive patients at two Houston clinics did not stick to their medication schedules. "It's probably worse than this," he said, since the study only looked at prescription refills not whether the pills were actually swallowed. A friend of his explained, "I had to have a period of not being sick before I made myself sick taking those drugs."


Journal of Environmental and Public Health — An Open Access Journal

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Richard M. Grimes , University of Texas, USA


DEBATING AZT. Mbeki and the AIDS drug controversy

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Richard Grimes, a professor of management and policy at the University of Texas, Houston School of Public Health, told the Durban AIDS Conference on 13 July 2000 that despite free drugs, refills by phone and medication by mail, in three consecutive studies 73 to 95 percent of HlV-positive patients at two Houston clinics did not stick to their medication schedules. "It's probably worse than this," he said, since the study only looked at prescription refills not whether the pills were actually swallowed. A friend of his explained, "I had to have a period of not being sick before I made myself sick taking those drugs."


Journal of Environmental and Public Health — An Open Access Journal

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Richard M. Grimes, University of Texas, USA


Richard Grimes, a professor ...

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Richard Grimes, a professor of public health at University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, said he was puzzled about why the Legislature chose to fund the initiative through general obligation bonds, a mechanism one lawmaker estimated would cost the state $1.5 billion in interest over 30 years.

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