Latest by Terri Wilder, M.S.W.
We asked some of the leading minds in HIV to identify barriers people have when trying to obtain pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and how to overcome them.
A person living with HIV can transmit the virus during the first six months of starting treatment. Researchers suggest extra prevention strategies for mixed-status couples during this period before viral suppression is achieved.
With the advent of short, safe treatment that can cure hepatitis C, is there still a need to identify and treat hepatitis C early?
Smoking marijuana was associated with less HIV testing, but didn't affect a patient's journey toward viral suppression, according to a study presented at CROI 2015.
As someone who "moves from theory to action fairly quickly," Daskalakis pledges to align resources with data, toward the goal of controlling HIV/AIDS without regard to a treatment or prevention silo.
Longtime activist Mark Harrington, the executive director of Treatment Action Group (TAG), explains to TheBodyPRO.com why the U.S. National HIV/AIDS Strategy has been a letdown, what the current state of HIV policy looks like and what's actually need...
TheBodyPRO.com recently interviewed longtime activist Mark Harrington, the executive director of Treatment Action Group. Harrington talks about the ramifications of the PARTNER study results, as well as what to expect from HIV treatment and care in t...
We may be at a dramatic turning point in our efforts to wipe out hepatitis C forever. "But we have to figure out how to bring the cure to the people," warns advocate Tracy Swan.
Think Kaposi's sarcoma is a relic of a bygone era? A flurry of new research highlights just how relevant the disease still is -- and how much about it we have yet to learn.
Sara Looby, Ph.D., summarizes a recent study that found greater severity of hot flashes among HIV-positive women going through menopause compared to an HIV-negative control group.