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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.
An HIV cure research experiment that treated monkeys with a4b7 antibodies yielded unexpected and promising results.
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.