A poor socioeconomic score -- largely driven by financial difficulties -- independently doubled chances that HIV-positive adults in France would have a detectable viral load.
Jennifer Johnsen, M.D., M.P.H., provides a broad update on CROI 2015, including developments in treatment, prevention and cure research.
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.
AIDS 2014 has chosen Emirates Airlines as the official airline for the conference. However, the airline is owned by a government rife with HIV stigma. David Duran reports.
If a major study found "zero" cases of HIV transmission among mixed-status couples, why did it also find that the risk was higher than zero?
Correctly and consistently taking HIV medications has always been important – and even though HIV treatment today is easier to take (and less toxic) than ever, adherence can still be a challenge.
These restrictions have no proven public-health benefit -- and can, in fact, shroud nations in a false sense of assurance that such bans, and not sound health policy, will keep HIV in their countries.
Research on Two Supplements Addresses HIV-Driven Inflammation in the Gut -- A Blog Entry by Jeannie Wraight
"Gastrointestinal (GI) health is proving to be a vital, though often ignored, component of HIV infection."
A person's viral load when he or she first starts HIV medications may at least partly predict his or her chances of long-term treatment success, according to a recent study.
People living with HIV in North America who receive antiretroviral therapy have improving -- near normal, in fact -- life expectancy, according to new data presented at IAS 2013.
Investigators from the NA-ACCORD presented the results of their analys...