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The latest collection of articles stems from a tiny study in Uganda, neither peer-reviewed nor presented at a conference.
Researchers either gave communities standard of care treatment or a multi-disease prevention campaign with rapid HIV treatment.
Ninety-six–week data from the Phase I/IIa trial showed the mosaic vaccine was safe and offered a broad and durable immune response.
Various other studies have indeed found such a link.
Highlights from HIV and hepatitis C research presented at the 2018 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) in Boston
An analysis of a fishing community yields some of the first evidence of the overall efficacy of a combination approach to prevention.
Ramping up voluntary medical male circumcision and treatment coverage appears to have sent the local infection rate tumbling.
This is according to a new report from UNAIDS released in anticipation of World AIDS Day on December 1.
A study in Africa found that men with high levels of certain bacteria under the foreskin were more likely to contract HIV.
An ongoing study in Uganda offers the chance for small prizes to those who make scheduled clinic appointments or adhere well.
Born with HIV, Josephine Nabukenya, a native of Uganda, is a youth ambassador for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. [VIDEO]
Unhealthy alcohol use is prevalent in the HIV population and is associated with higher risks for many health problems.
For the first time, researchers have shown a link between circumcision as well as HIV treatment and a reduction in infection rates.
The expansion of male circumcision in Rakai, Uganda, is substantially reducing the rate of new cases of HIV among men in the district.
$1.5 million in U.S. funding went to an evangelical, anti-gay and anti-condom organization called The Children’s AIDS Fund in 2014.
Perceived HIV stigma has risen in Uganda in recent years, while expressed attitudes toward people living with the virus have improved.
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