Health department representatives from Amsterdam, Nairobi, Paris, San Francisco and São Paulo gathered at the 2017 International AIDS Conference on HIV Science in Paris to share their lessons learned and challenges in preventing new HIV infections....
Several key clinical studies highlight the progress made and formidable gaps left to address in meeting the UNAIDS 90-90-90 goals.
Viral load cut-off as defined by WHO guidelines fails to identify a significant number of HIV positive people at risk for virological failure, according to findings from South Africa presented at the 11th INTEREST workshop.
Researchers found that HIV-positive Indigenous people who were prescribed antiretroviral therapy continued to have elevated rates of death compared to non-Indigenous people.
The World Health Organization's Essential Medicines List is used by many countries to help increase access to medicines and guide decisions on which ones should be made available to their populations.
A pediatric dosing tool developed by the World Health Organization might assist in the design of clinical trials for dosing in children.
The prevalence of transmitted drug resistance is above the WHO threshold of 5% in this study conducted in rural South Africa.
Exciting data on reduced HIV incidence among gay men attending five London clinics.
A long-time advocate for community engagement in HIV research in Thailand argues in favor of PrEP in Thailand.
Researchers at the British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS along with other researchers in Vancouver have attempted to study the relative impact that ART, harm reduction or both can have on the spread of HIV.