Dr. Michelle Rojos performs a basic check-up on Columbia resident Tyrone Glenn, 47, at Grace Medical Group, LLC. Glenn is HIV positive and has been a patient of Dr. Rojos' for 20 years. He has been infected for 25 years. Glenn was referred to Grace, which Rojos co-owns, from Richland Primary Healthcare.
Dr. Michelle Rojos performs a basic check-up on Columbia resident Tyrone Glenn, 47, at Grace Medical Group, LLC. Glenn is HIV positive and has been a patient of Dr. Rojos' for 20 years. He has been infected for 25 years. Glenn was referred to Grace, which Rojos co-owns, from Richland Primary Healthcare. The State
Dr. Michelle Rojos performs a basic check-up on Columbia resident Tyrone Glenn, 47, at Grace Medical Group, LLC. Glenn is HIV positive and has been a patient of Dr. Rojos' for 20 years. He has been infected for 25 years. Glenn was referred to Grace, which Rojos co-owns, from Richland Primary Healthcare. The State

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