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Reduction in community-level viral load predicts HIV transmission decline
Four African studies in which HIV test-and-treat programs were rapidly scaled-up backed this strategy as integral to curbing the epidemic.
A roundup of POZ’s reporting on studies presented at the Mexico City conference about HIV treatment, vaccines, PrEP and other concerns.
The program was associated with an impressive rise in viral suppression rates.
The largest-ever HIV prevention study found that door-to-door HIV testing, with linkage to treatment, lowered infection rates.
The average time between diagnosis and treatment start narrowed to just six days by 2016.
A roundup of the major presentations on HIV science at the international conference held July 22 to 28 outlines many exciting developments.
International goals to test and treat high proportions of HIV-positive people by the decade’s end may be achievable in some sub-Saharan Africa...
Targeting groups at high-risk for HIV infection for testing and immediate treatment, with the intention of improving disease-free survival and...
Cuba’s HIV infection rate is 0.0001 percent rate.
Cuba has had great success
in controlling its AIDS epidemic, but the island nation is still struggling to
transition its patients into care,...
Several presentations at the 18th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI), which ran from February 27 to March 2 in Bos...
When the average viral load of people known to be HIV positive drops in a community, it can result in substantial and equal declines in new HI...
The second of a two-part look at the top treatment news of 2010.
Study and an accompanying editorial highlight the potential to reduce ongoing HIV transmission in a community.
David Evans speaks with Mitchell Warren, from the AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition in New York City, about the state of prevention research.
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