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Edwin Bernard, executive director of the HIV Justice Network, argues that molecular HIV surveillance risks doing more harm than good.
Currently, gay and bisexual men can donate blood if they have not had sex for three months.
CDC warns that tiny airborne particles, not just the bigger water droplets from a sneeze or cough, could infect others.
Details of the federal initiative to end the epidemic
Advocates say public health surveillance using blood taken for HIV resistance testing risks doing more harm than good.
A new CDC study leaves the question of indoor versus outdoor dining unanswered.
School reopening depends on a better understanding of this question.
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The study randomized women starting HIV treatment during their third trimester to dolutegravir- or efavirenz-based antiretroviral regimens.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that about 36,400 people contracted HIV in 2018.
However, intimate contact can increase the risk of spreading COVID-19 through coughing, sneezing and kissing, experts caution.
People with HIV can have loving relationships and great sex with HIV-negative partners.
Immediate risk of transmission to the American public is still low, according to experts.
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