This Week in HIV Research: HIV Antiretrovirals vs. HPV

This Week in HIV Research: HIV Antiretrovirals vs. HPV

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On tap for this week's review of recently published HIV-related studies:

  • Antiretroviral treatment may have a beneficial effect on human papillomavirus risk in women with HIV.
  • Bone mineral density declines seem to occur more rapidly in HIV-positive women than HIV-positive men.
  • Kidney function appears to be no different in people with HIV who are cured of their hepatitis C infection vs. those who are chronically infected.
  • Non-daily PrEP scheduling can be just as effective as daily PrEP scheduling -- sometimes.

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

Image Credit: A rendering of human papillomavirus by xrender for iStock via Thinkstock

On tap for this week's review of recently published HIV-related studies:

  • Antiretroviral treatment may have a beneficial effect on human papillomavirus risk in women with HIV.
  • Bone mineral density declines seem to occur more rapidly in HIV-positive women than HIV-positive men.
  • Kidney function appears to be no different in people with HIV who are cured of their hepatitis C infection vs. those who are chronically infected.
  • Non-daily PrEP scheduling can be just as effective as daily PrEP scheduling -- sometimes.

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

Image Credit: A rendering of human papillomavirus by xrender for iStock via Thinkstock