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Heather Boerner is an award-winning journalist who specializes in storytelling on healthcare issues. She's most interested in how people choose between equally important needs.
Data from 42,000 people with HIV suggest that income and Medicaid coverage play a role in unintentional weight loss.
“To end the HIV epidemic, we need to provide equitable access to people who could most benefit.”
In the midst of the pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) tried a similar approach for HIV testing.
AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) use appears to be growing consistently among men and women and among young people.
When the researchers asked folks about their experience of care while in jail, only 30% said it was satisfactory.
Older HIV drugs are in part to blame for the rising rate, but newer medications, like integrase inhibitors, are not.
PrEP prescriptions are supposed to be free to users now, which could go a long way toward leveling the HIV-prevention playing field.
People with HIV, medical societies and women’s health organizations sound off on the SCOTUS draft that proposes to overrule Roe v. Wade.
Telemedicine is an increasingly used to provide convenient PrEP services. But are these programs following U.S. guidelines?
Just 1 in 10 eligible menopausal women have used hormone therapy to treat hot flashes and other symptoms.
Baseline readings in the REPRIEVE study show sex and race differences in electrocardiograph outcomes.
The White House strategy embraces syringe services, access to housing and naloxone as three science-based approaches.
Currently, fewer than 1 in 10 women eligible for HIV prevention medications are taking them.
A small Spanish study suggests that screening people living with HIV for lung cancer results in a high rate of diagnosis.
The approval makes this the first single-pill regimen containing dolutegravir available in a water-dispersible formulation.
Aging, weight gain and efavirenz use were all associated with lower free testosterone levels in men living with HIV.
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