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What's the Next Big Question in HIV Treatment?

July 31, 2015


What's the Next Big Question in HIV Treatment?

In July 2015, one of the most fundamental questions in HIV clinical science was conclusively answered. Thanks to new study findings presented at IAS 2015, the debate over when to begin antiretroviral therapy appears to have ended with a final verdict: as soon as possible after an HIV diagnosis.

At the end of a historic IAS 2015 symposium during which data were presented from the START study, moderator Wafaa El-Sadr, M.D., asked the assembled panel of experts: Now that the question of when to start is resolved, what's the next big question researchers should try to answer about HIV treatment?

None of them mentioned a cure.

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This article was provided by It is a part of the publication The 8th International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention.


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