This Week in HIV Research: Can Police Worsen HIV Outbreaks?

This Week in HIV Research: Can Police Worsen HIV Outbreaks?

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Welcome to our weekly jaunt through recently published HIV-related studies that may have slipped under the health media radar. Featured this week:

  • An examination of whether a local HIV outbreak in Tijuana, Mexico, may be related to police activity.
  • A study seeking to learn whether pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) use is stigmatized in hookup apps.
  • An exploration of the link between HIV, aging and the immune system.
  • A new glimpse into the potential benefits of cannabis as a systemic anti-inflammatory.

Read on for more. To beat HIV, you have to follow the science!

Image Credit: Hemera Technologies for PhotoObjects.net via Thinkstock

Welcome to our weekly jaunt through recently published HIV-related studies that may have slipped under the health media radar. Featured this week:

  • An examination of whether a local HIV outbreak in Tijuana, Mexico, may be related to police activity.
  • A study seeking to learn whether pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) use is stigmatized in hookup apps.
  • An exploration of the link between HIV, aging and the immune system.
  • A new glimpse into the potential benefits of cannabis as a systemic anti-inflammatory.

Read on for more. To beat HIV, you have to follow the science!

Image Credit: Hemera Technologies for PhotoObjects.net via Thinkstock