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In a small cross-sectional study researchers found a link between the use of integrase inhibitors and the presence of low testosterone, but they may have inadvertently arrived at this conclusion.
Researchers found that, overall, while HIV-positive people had increased life expectancy since 1996, it was substantially less than that of the average HIV-negative person of the same gender.
In a randomized clinical trial, researchers found that rates of HIV testing doubled among gay and bisexual men who were given self-test kits.
A recent study aimed to better understand the experiences of Canadian women who receive a hepatitis C diagnosis and to provide recommendations about how to improve hepatitis C testing experiences.
HIV impacts women differently, and women need innovative HIV prevention methods.
A recent survey uncovers some barriers that explain why not all patients have been prescribed antiretroviral therapy.
In the quest for a cure for HIV, many different approaches are being tested, with many clinical trials underway in the U.S.
In the search for a cure, the antibody vedolizumab (Entyvio) will likely draw much interest for testing with HIV-positive people.
Unless mental health issues are regularly screened for and detected, adherence to antiretroviral therapy and maintenance of undetectable viral load can be affected.
A Swedish study underscores the need to screen HIV-positive people for mental health issues and offer treatment.