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Jomil Luna’s journey of resilience with HIV.
Researchers are cautious about recommending that patients put their full trust in the current state of AI.
Despite progress in some areas, more work is needed to improve health and quality of life.
The CDC recommends that everyone 13 to 64 get tested for HIV at least once. Why stop at 64? SAGE wants the upper limit removed.
Rare HIV infections that occur while using injectable PrEP may be asymptomatic and may not be picked up by standard tests.
Using smartphones as diagnostic tools is a work in progress, experts say.
National HIV testing and diagnosis rates dropped dramatically in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic..
People who saw substantial CD4 T-cell gains during the first two years after diagnosis had better outcomes.
“To end the HIV epidemic, we need to provide equitable access to people who could most benefit.”
The guide lays out best practices for HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and monitoring.
The diagnostic test can provide results in less than three minutes.
Nine out of the 10 areas with the highest likelihood of being diagnosed with HIV are located in the South.
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AIDSVu maps display data on HIV diagnoses, viral suppression rates, race, gender, PrEP and much more, organized by city, county and state.
Black and Latino men who have sex with men are not seeing the same improvements as white men, but innovative approaches can help.
Heterosexual Black adults were 20 times more likely and Latinos were four times more likely to be diagnosed with HIV.
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