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Antiretroviral treatment that halts HIV replication can prevent or reverse immune deficiency.
A look at the updated guidelines on Infant Feeding for Individuals with HIV in the United States, and one undetectable mother’s story.
The pandemic slowed improvements in viral suppression and worsened health disparities, hampering efforts to reach HIV elimination goals.
While not cured, the man has maintained viral suppression for more than two decades after stopping antiretroviral therapy.
The HIV attachment inhibitor led to sustained viral suppression and CD4 cell gains in people with extensive prior treatment.
Vivent’s Denver and Kansas City clinics report growing demand at their food pantries. “Without food…people don’t take their medicine."
People with a suppressed but detectable viral load (under 1,000) have “almost zero or negligible risk” of sexual transmission.
A trial looked at outcomes among treatment-experienced people on suppressive antiretroviral therapy who switched to dolutegravir/lamivudine.
Despite progress in some areas, more work is needed to improve health and quality of life.
Even people with an undetectable viral load may still have persistent HIV in various reservoir sites, including the brain.
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Using two instead of three or four drugs could potentially lead to cost savings in the billions.
By signing the latest version of the Paris Declaration, Baltimore and Cleveland reaffirm their commitment to ending HIV by 2030.
HIV.gov conversations about doxyPEP, HIV PrEP and the effectiveness of U=U.
People with HIV who have an undetectable viral load have zero risk of transmitting the virus to their sex partners.
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