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A new analysis of data from post-marketing demo projects suggests oral PrEP may work as well for cisgender women as it does for gay men.
Recommendations are easier to follow and help protect those most at risk.
Plus: NIH’s Carl Dieffenbach talks about the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI), held March 3–6. [VIDEO]
Six tips on using the CDC’s HIV Criminalization Legal and Policy Assessment Tool
Gilead Sciences’ Setting the P.A.C.E. initiative will support 19 groups improving the HIV landscape for Black cis- and transgender women.
NIH-funded observational study shows cardiovascular risk grows sharply with more frequent use.
Another dose of the latest COVID-19 vaccine may provide increased protection for adults ages 65 and older.
A recent study of people with HIV showed that a daily statin lowers the risk for heart attacks and other cardiovascular events.
Viral fragments left behind after the immune system fights off infection may help explain some unusual aspects of COVID-19.
Study finds that even when women and men get the same amount of physical activity, the risk of premature death is lower for women.
Some of my stories are light-hearted, writes blogger JMV, but this is not one of those. So here’s a trigger warning.
Observed Wednesday, February 28, #HINACDay is now a global awareness day. Check out these events to fight HIV criminalization. [VIDEO]
Antiviral treatment for HBV lowers the risk for liver cancer and other complications and can prevent transmission.
Listen as podcast co-hosts Justin and Shanice are joined by Leisha McKinley-Beach, Founder and CEO of the Black Public Health Academy.
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