This Week in HIV Research: Why It's Good to Integrate Primary Care With HIV Care

This Week in HIV Research: Why It's Good to Integrate Primary Care With HIV Care

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Welcome to another whirlwind tour of four recently-published papers of note in the HIV care universe. This week, we gain new answers to these questions:

  • Is health care engagement improved among people with HIV by offering primary care and HIV care in the same location?
  • What's the most effective form of HIV testing and treatment intervention?
  • How are abdominal fat and hypertension rates faring in the modern era of antiretroviral therapy?
  • Is it ethical to utilize HIV phylogenetics in court cases?

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

Image Credit: Natali_Mis for iStock via Thinkstock

Welcome to another whirlwind tour of four recently-published papers of note in the HIV care universe. This week, we gain new answers to these questions:

  • Is health care engagement improved among people with HIV by offering primary care and HIV care in the same location?
  • What's the most effective form of HIV testing and treatment intervention?
  • How are abdominal fat and hypertension rates faring in the modern era of antiretroviral therapy?
  • Is it ethical to utilize HIV phylogenetics in court cases?

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

Image Credit: Natali_Mis for iStock via Thinkstock