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A recent study of veterans found that antiretroviral treatment was not associated with a mitigated dementia risk.
An analysis of veterans seeking PrEP found that they often had to be extraordinarily persistent in their efforts to receive a prescription.
This is from a large study of U.S. veterans followed for extensive periods.
This finding falls in line with numerous analyses that show that PrEP’s benefits are largely not reaching Black gay and bi men.
Real-world data showed Merck’s hep C regimen performed well among a population with genotypes 1 or 4 and multiple other health conditions.
The prevalence of each virus is up to three times higher among homeless versus non-homeless veterans.
AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania filed the discrimination case.
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A 17-year veteran of HIV tries to cash in on health care reform’s “doughnut hole” fix and Medicare’s coverage for facial fillers.
Longtime ACT UP Los Angeles veteran Stephanie Boggs died April 12 at Los Angeles County-University of Southern California Medical Center. ...
An Air Force veteran was denied a position as a baggage screener with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) because he is HIV...
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