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Two video interviews with federal HIV leaders who share their perspectives about the science coming out of the conference and its implications for HIV prevention, care, and treatment.
Three video interviews with federal HIV leaders who shared perspectives about the science coming out of the conference and its implications for HIV prevention, care, and treatment.
A Facebook Live interview with NIAID Division of AIDS director Carl Dieffenbach, Ph.D., about some of the key research findings presented during the first full day of sessions at CROI 2018.
"Nationally, we've seen only modest progress in retaining people in HIV care. The amount of improvement hasn't been enough."
At 53 years old, Richard Wolitski, Ph.D., admits it can be challenging to be "embracing and celebrating myself while my body (and sometimes my mind) shows signs of wear and more than 20 years of living with HIV."
New HIV Diagnoses: Large Improvements in Some Groups Overshadow Results for People and Places Being Left Behind
New HIV diagnoses are on the decline in the U.S., but data show that four key populations have been disproportionately affected by HIV and are at increased risk of becoming newly infected with HIV.
Federal Leaders Work Together to Get the Word Out About Research Showing Viral Suppression Prevents HIV Transmission
Even though there were few sessions at the U.S. Conference on AIDS dedicated specifically to treatment as prevention, there were discussions going on everywhere about it.
NIH director Anthony Fauci, M.D., discusses opportunities and challenges in ending the HIV pandemic, and CDC and Ryan White program officials have a conversation highlighting some of the points they shared during the plenary session.
HIV.gov shares their conversations with several presenters and participants at USCA 2017 about HIV-related stigma and curing hepatitis C coinfection among people living with HIV.
Free Training for Community-Based Service Providers on Engaging People Living With HIV in Employment Services
"Getting to Work", a free and self-paced training curriculum, is focused on incorporating employment assistance into the service package of AIDS service organizations and housing providers.