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Good nutrition is key to overall health and can help you live long and well with HIV.
A small subset of people living with HIV are able to control viral replication without antiretroviral treatment.
AIDS.gov was recently rechristened to HIV.gov.
The replication speed of the first strain of HIV an individual acquires has a strong correlation to the rate of immune system decline.
Although HIV superinfection is connected to a more rapid increase in viral load, it does not apparently lead to faster disease progression.
Crystal meth use appears to both spur HIV disease progression and increase the likelihood of transmission.
Chronic hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection almost doubles the risk of AIDS or death in people diagnosed with HIV infection, compared with those...
Compared with previous years, people who contract HIV today might experience a more rapid decline in CD4 counts, according to a new study pres...
HIV-positive people who consume two or more alcoholic drinks every day might experience faster disease progression than lighter drinkers, acco...
HIV’s replication capacity (RC), a measurement of the virus’s fitness, may be useful for people living with HIV and their health care provider...
Subtle changes in the level of certain immune cells soon after infection are highly predictive of more rapid disease progression.
Crystal methamphetamine (crystal meth) speeds up HIV replication in both test tube studies and in specially bred HIV-infected mice
Acyclovir doesn’t prevent HIV-positive people from transmitting the virus to their uninfected partners, but it does appear to slow HIV disease...
A study, published July 13 online in Nature Medicine, has discovered why HIV-positive women have faster disease progression than HIV-positive...
Women living with HIV who’ve gone through menopause do just as well when starting antiretroviral (ARV) therapy for the first time, compared wi...
People who are genetically predisposed to have high levels of a protein called interleukin-10 (IL-10), which helps regulate the immune system,...
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