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Vacations and their healthful benefits, writes Bob Leahy, are largely and unfairly out of reach for many low-income people living with HIV.
An analysis of people with syphilis in British Columbia found people with HIV were more likely to have a case affecting the eyes.
Bob Leahy says our elderly HIV-positive folks are misunderstood, under-researched and largely ignored. That has to change.
Prevention Access Campaign builds on its success with a new executive director of North America.
But despite our differences, writes Bob Leahy, the search for common ground is key.
Canadian scientists found that using a lighter to heat an opioid drug in a cooker for 10 seconds cuts HIV risk when sharing cookers.
Bob Leahy relates how his own HIV journey intertwines remarkably with the 25 year history of POZ magazine
HIV-related stigma is reported to have harsh effects on cognition.
Other countries already embrace this form of HIV prevention, also known as “on-demand,” “sex-driven” and “intermittent” PrEP.
Researchers examined differences in the strength of a gene called nef.
But is the new directive only symbolic?
In some non–U.S. nations, health care providers can prescribe medical-grade heroin and supervise patients as they take it.
A recent study of people in British Columbia found, however, that people who inject drugs had lower cure rates.
The Public Health Agency of Canada conducted a review of published studies on the subject.
Many parents of adolescent girls have resisted the human papillomavirus vaccine for fear it will have negative behavioral consequences.
The new single-tablet antiretroviral regimen includes the integrase inhibitor bictegravir and is the smallest such tablet on the market.
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