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People with HIV can successfully receive transplanted kidneys from HIV-positive donors.
People with HIV starting treatment regimens containing Sustiva have a more than doubled risk of suicidal thoughts, attempts and completed atte...
The U.S. rate of primary and secondary syphilis has more than doubled since the turn of the century, with cases largely concentrated among..
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force has recommended screening for those at high risk of hepatitis B infection, including those with HIV.
Men living with HIV are at greater risk of soft plaque buildup in arteries feeding the heart when compared with their uninfected peers.
The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force has proposed that certain high-risk groups, including people with HIV, should be tested for hepatiti...
There has been a drop in the proportion of drug treatment programs offering testing for STIs and HIV, although hepatitis C testing availabilit...
Conducting HIV tests on inmates as they enter prison may not actually turn up more than a scant number of undiagnosed cases.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has seen its ability to monitor and respond to influenza crippled just as the flu season arrives.
The search for an HIV vaccine took yet another hit as a major trial was halted early because the investigational vaccine showed no protective...
For HIV-positive newborns, immediate treatment followed by a treatment interruption provides better results than waiting to begin therapy unti...
The U.S. Public Health Service revised its guidelines for occupational exposure to HIV.
The single-pill, once-daily antiretroviral therapy Stribild, also known as the “Quad” pill, is as effective as both Atripla and a...
During the history of HIV, clinical trials of antiretrovirals have charted a steady, upward climb in efficacy, according to a large meta-analy...
Sustiva (efavirenz) is both safe and just as effective at fighting HIV when the standard dose is reduced by a third.
Pediatric HIV clinicians should instigate a well-structured plan to transition adolescent patients into adult care.
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