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Six months after starting PrEP, less than half of women who inject drugs were still taking it, but those who did were satisfied with it.
Men who have sex with men tend to take more sexual risks after starting use of crystal meth.
However, it still falls short compared with the general population.
Clinical trials of HIV cures, vaccines and treatments fail to include sufficient proportions of women, notwithstanding the fact that women mak...
HIV-positive people who have their virus under control thanks to antiretroviral treatment still report a lower quality of life than those with...
Believing that antiretrovirals and illicit drugs are a toxic mix, many people with HIV skip their ARVs when they plan to use such substances
The rates of people living with HIV in Ontario, Canada, who are in medical care and who have an undetectable viral load are nearing United Nat...
People receiving treatment for HIV who lack sufficient food are more likely to have a detectable viral load than those who have enough to eat.
The raised risk of death resulting from injection drug use among people with HIV is substantially explained by hep C coinfection among that po...
HIV-positive Americans with private health coverage are far from meeting the CDC’s recommendation of yearly sexually transmitted infection scr...
Young men who have sex with men in a New York City area cohort are more likely to contract HIV if they are of low socioeconomic status.
Newer NNRTI-based antiretroviral regimens may keep HIV viral loads suppressed when adherence levels are as low as 85 percent.
Transgender women and men who have sex with men have been eager to participate in the U.S. PrEP Demonstration Project, a real-world study of T...
Psychological wellbeing emerged as the only factor that predicted good adherence to HIV antiretrovirals in a recent study.
A program designed to rate the rate of HIV-positive people who stay in routine medical care has succeeded, and at a cost deemed reasonable.
CDC researchers have estimated how well condoms and PrEP prevent HIV in gay and bisexual men. How much faith can be placed in these figures?
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