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Hint: It’s not HIV-care-as-usual approaches.
An NIH-sponsored peer-recruitment study is part of a larger push to figure out how to drive up the viral suppression rate in the U.S.
Many HIV-positive people cycle in and out of care for the virus, signaling a need for ongoing measures to keep them integrated into the health...
The CDC has reframed the HIV treatment cascade figures to highlight the various reasons why only 30 percent of Americans have a fully...
Those who miss one or more medical appointments during the first year after being diagnosed with HIV have a much higher risk of death.
Disparities in access to care among younger people living with HIV signal a need to better target this group through two strategies.
Transgender people with HIV are as likely to remain in care, receive HIV therapy and to reach viral suppression as other people living with th...
New York City caseworkers successfully linked half of those who had been “lost to follow-up” after their HIV diagnosis.
Clinicians whose interpersonal skills rate more highly with their HIV patient population are more likely to retain those people in care.
A think tank has issued recommendations to health departments on how to work with health providers to keep people with HIV from dropping...
Recent dire estimates about the HIV “treatment cascade” may not be as great as previously suspected.
Seven grantees in the first cohort got $1 million in initial grants.
Only 38 percent of those linked to HIV care while in jail maintain steady checkups after release.
Not only is pain common among people living with HIV, it increases the odds of no-show clinic visits.
Only one in three people living with HIV in the United States are being retained in care—being seen by a health care provider on a regular..
Data from the four large cities—San Francisco, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Chicago—highlight discrepancies in progress towards universal
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