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Infection with the coronavirus may trigger neurological symptoms before people experience more common signs of illness.
A study suggests cannabis use is linked to lower odds of neurocognitive problems in this population.
After almost a decade on antiretroviral therapy, half of study participants still had HIV in immune cells in their brain and spinal fluid.
Researchers compared outcomes between babies born to HIV-positive mothers exposed to antiretrovirals and those who were not.
This is according to a new paper detailing a case study of a man whose long-term syphilis infection affected his brain.
The Campbell Foundation awards $100,000 to The Wistar Institute to explore glycobiology and HIV.
However, the analysis that identified this connection is subject to various limitations.
The prevalence of a sometimes-painful nerve condition called peripheral neuropathy (PN) remains high in people with HIV despite effective anti...
HIV-positive people who have been infected with syphilis (Treponema pallidum) in the past might have poorer brain function than HIV-positive p...
Up to 10 percent of people on antiretroviral therapy have active HIV replication in the brain and spinal fluid despite undetectable levels.
Though neurological disorders are common in people with HIV—one in four has a disorder—and are associated with an increased risk o...
Not only was Kaletra (lopinavir plus ritonavir) monotherapy inferior to standard three-drug treatment in people with HIV, but rising HIV level...
People who are able to maintain CD4 counts above 350 have a lower risk of developing brain damage. This conclusion, based on an analysis of da...
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