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Advice and memories from this AIDS activist, Planned Parenthood peer educator, long-term survivor and mom.
The answer is NO! But believe it or not, that idea is entrenched in history, including the HIV epidemic.
A strikingly low percentage of primary care doctors are following the CDC’ss recommendation to routinely screen patients for HIV.
During the late 1980s, a group of New York mothers, fathers and friends became AIDS advocates.
Recurrent bacterial pneumonia infections in people living with HIV increase the odds of developing lung cancer, according to a study published...
Some people with CD4 counts under 200 can safely stop taking preventive treatment (prophylaxis) for Pnuemocystis jiroveci pneumonia (PCP), pro...
Neutrexin combined with Leucovorin is an effective option for people who don’t respond to their first treatment regimen for PCP
Deciding when to initiate ARV therapy in people who are diagnosed with HIV and an OI at the same time has been a contentious subject.
People who begin antiretroviral (ARV) therapy before their CD4 cells drop below 200 have a significantly reduced risk of developing an AIDS-de...
Study shows that HIV-positive people who start ARV therapy late face an increased risk of an AIDS-related disease and death.
HIV-positive women who regularly use crack cocaine are three times as likely as non-crack users to die of AIDS-related causes, even if they ad...
A combination of two oral antibiotics is more effective than the commonly used, yet side effect-prone, intravenous pentamidine for people who’...
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