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Topic - Robert M. Grant
He led the study of Truvada in gay men and said, "we are very confident that this approach is useful" for them.
In the new study, "it's difficult to understand why they did not see protection," but blood samples may tell more about whether it's related to how faithfully women took the pills, said Dr. Robert M. Grant of the Gladstone Institutes, a private foundation affiliated with the University of California, San Francisco.