You have a gene. It’s called “cholinergic receptor nicotinic alpha 5 subunit,” or CHRNA5 for short. It does important things inside your body. Certain sections of it, for example, dictate how your brain processes nicotine.
Dr. Rupa Patel’s focus on implementation science of an intervention that works, PrEP, leads to awarded CDC grant to build PrEP capacity in multiple states