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U.S. researchers have developed PrEPmate, a text messaging service to increase PrEP adherence.
Study results of an intervention that includes a custom smartphone app tailored to the needs and preferences of a rural population of people with HIV living in the southern U.S.
Researchers found that, overall, rates of diagnosed mental health conditions were twice as high among HIV-positive people compared with HIV-negative people.
In a study of more than 1,400 women living with HIV, nearly 30% did not achieve viral suppression and some groups of women had greater challenges with adherence and staying in care.
A look at the journey of hepatitis C from when a person is exposed to the virus to the development of a chronic infection and how the body tries to prevent it.
A pilot program called EASY HCV-test -- a point-of-care hepatitis C screening test that was offered before routine dental procedures at a community dental clinic in Italy -- was shown to be an effective strategy to increase HCV screening.
Researchers analyzed the genetic sequences of HIV among people in the Canadian province and discovered strains of HIV that have adapted to some people's immune defenses.
In a recent analysis, researchers found that deaths from complications unrelated to AIDS were twice as high as deaths due to AIDS-related complications.
After 48 weeks a study found that Biktarvy was similarly effective and well tolerated as women's other regimens and rates of side effects were relatively low.
What we know about PrEP use during pregnancy and when breastfeeding, and its use by trans women, trans men, and people who inject drugs.