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A study showed that as HIV treatment expanded, teens lost fewer parents to the virus.
Abbott researchers found a high proportion of elite HIV controllers in the Democratic Republic of Congo, which could lead to cure insights.
A series in the Lancet journal surveys HIV in the United States, notably among Black Americans, Latinos and other minorities.
Researchers are surprised and concerned that a strain of HIV that is so broadly resistant to treatment even has the capacity to transmit.
Among people who fail HIV treatment, resistance to tenofovir is common, and the incidence of such acquired resistance is likely increasing.
Antabuse (disulfiram) prompts cells latently infected with HIV to replicate, a finding that could contribute to a strategy for a cure.
Truvada (tenofovir/emtricitabine) as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) protects transgender women against HIV if they take it consistently.
Long-acting injections of a dual-combination HIV drug, given every four or eight weeks, suppressed the virus as well as an oral regimen.
HIV’s virulence seems to have gathered steam over time, according to a large study of the epidemic in Europe.
Black men who have sex with men will likely continue to have disproportionately high HIV rates for decades.
Echoing the disappointment of “Mississippi baby” case, a second child’s virus has rebounded after he was suspected to be functionally cur...
A survey of gay men with HIV who attended sexual health clinics in England has found a strong correlation between drug use and higer-risk sex.
Truvada as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to prevent HIV has been slow to catch on, but the rate of new prescriptions appears to be...
Number of new HIV diagnoses among gay men in London is rising rapidly, possibly due in part to expanded testing but also because of drug use
Given to HIV-positive people who are treatment-experienced, the investigational integrase inhibitor has proved superior to Isentress.
A Chinese study proves that antiretroviral therapy can indeed reduce transmissions among serodiscordant heterosexual couples.
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