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Tez Anderson and Mark S. King wonder if their lives can “have another act” outside of the HIV arena.
Long-term survivor Jackson Watkins suggests living life to the fullest.
Living with chronic pain not only drags down quality of life, but it is also linked to poorer HIV-related health outcomes.
Jesús Guillén fights for HIV long-term survivors.
For decades, marijuana has been legally—and illegally—smoked, ingested and vaporized to treat the symptoms and side effects of HIV...
The FDA probably will not approve Qutenza as a treatment for HIV-associated peripheral neuropathy, but the novel pain patches can still...
Committee voted against recommending approval of a novel patch applied to soles of the feet to remedy pain associated with neuropathy in...
An application supporting approval for a skin patch containing the chili pepper-derived chemical capsaicin to manage HIV-associated...
People taking older anti-seizure medications that are broken down by the same liver enzyme (CYP3A4) as many common antiretroviral (ARV) drugs...
The pooled results of two clinical trials suggest that a skin patch with the chili pepperÃ¢€“derived chemical capsaicin could rel...
A recent POZ.com blog, “New Empathy for Neuropathy,” by Laura Whitehorn, hit a nerve—pardon the pun—with our readers.
Another risk factor for peripheral neuropathy among people living with HIV has been identified by researchers: elevated triglyceride levels. A...
It’s a challenge for some people with HIV. But there’s help for conquering—or at least managing—chronic pain.
Mother Nature creates compounds that might end up in new HIV therapies. We have our sights on these four:
People who use marijuana to treat symptoms of anxiety, fatigue and neuropathy say it is as effective as over-the-counter (OTC) remedies.
The biggest HIV science conference of the year proves that there’s a lot more to living long and well with HIV than antiretrovirals.
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