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Maunank Shah, MD, PhD, is building a mobile version of HIV-ASSIST thanks to a Campbell Foundation grant.
Taking antiretrovirals for four consecutive days each week followed by a three-day break may maintain suppression as well as daily pills.
A lesson that adherence to HIV medication is a reality, even for long-term survivors
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There are many new HIV regimens with more on the way.
Short treatment interruptions of antiretroviral regimens are both safe and well-tolerated, which is good news for scientists pursuing cures.
A new study reveals a much simpler treatment regimen to prevent tuberculosis in countries with low-to-medium incidence, Reuters reports.
Many studies have shown that taking a break from your HIV meds can harm your health.
When it comes to taking HIV meds, POZ readers are a disciplined bunch. That’s good: Missing doses can lead to drug resistance.
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While HIV med regimens have grown less complicated, with fewer pills and doses, taking them faithfully remains critical.
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