Since 1990, Positively Aware has been the most trusted source of HIV treatment news. It is the only HIV/AIDS treatment journal published by a 501(c)3 not-for-profit AIDS service organization (ASO)—Test Positive Aware Network (TPAN) in Chicago.
Positively Aware provides accurate, up-to-date treatment information for people living with HIV/AIDS and their caregivers. It covers, in detail, all of the most important medical conferences—CROI, ICAAC, and the International AIDS Conference. The magazine serves as an educational tool for many HIV caregivers and helps to provide their clients with the best treatment information available. And Positively Aware is read by influential HIV researchers and policy makers.
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It is estimated that one-third of Americans with hepatitis C pass through the criminal justice system each year.
Three researchers talk about ongoing HIV cure research within the AIDS Clinical Trials Group, treatment interruptions, and when we might see a cure.
New strategies are here, more are on the way, and the future of ART remains bright, according to W. David Hardy, M.D.
A large survey conducted among people living with HIV in the U.S. asked the question: "What does a 'cure for HIV' mean to you?"
CDC guidelines for serodifferent couples trying to conceive have been updated, but provider education is still needed.
For advocates, social science is an important component of effective cure research, one that is often undervalued.
There is a great deal of interest in exploring the potential of gene therapy to cure HIV and multiple gene therapy strategies are under investigation.
In the search for a cure, multiple clinical trials are investigating whether immune-based approaches can deliver the "kill" in "kick and kill."
A major focus of HIV cure research is on reversing HIV latency -- essentially switching on the latent virus's DNA machinery so that it starts making proteins.
There are a variety of technologies available to accurately quantify the latent HIV reservoir, but each has pros and cons.