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Injections given every month or every other month were preferred over daily pills.
HIV treatment usually requires daily pills, but longer-acting regimens are gaining ground.
For a group of DC residents, health insurance and trust in their providers couldn’t overcome lack of housing, jobs or money.
Middle-aged Black adults living with HIV reported substantial economic impact of COVID-19 and high medical mistrust.
Kenya has been using similar technology for three years. DC’s efforts are among the first in the United States.
Men in this demographic who are less adherent to HIV treatment include those living in poverty and those who use drugs.
A recent analysis suggested that only one in four people on antiretroviral treatment take 95% or more of their doses.
In launching a new grassroots network, Latinx people living with HIV define their own agenda.
The intervention was associated with a higher rate of viral suppression and lower alcohol use when given in a clinic rather than at home.
I’ve been good about laying low during this pandemic. One thing I didn’t anticipate? Forgetting to take my HIV meds.
Young long-term survivors continue to face challenges.
Using urine samples, UrSure’s tests measure the level of a med that helps prevent HIV. Here’s why that’s important.
A recent NIH study found that adults have a much higher viral suppression rate than youth.
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