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This Week in HIV Research: Can Vaginal Microbiome Affect HIV Drug Levels? Img

This Week in HIV Research: Can Vaginal Microbiome Affect HIV Drug Levels?

Among our featured reports this week, we learn about how the vaginal microbiome may affect antiretroviral concentrations in the genital tract, and we look at the potential impact of global supply-chain interruptions on HIV drug resistance.

What Should We Do About Persistent Low-Level Viremia? Img

What Should We Do About Persistent Low-Level Viremia?

"When it comes to persistent low-level viremia in treated HIV patients, there's much agony, gnashing of teeth and confusion," Paul Sax, M.D. writes.

This Week in HIV Research: How to Cut U.S. HIV Incidence by 250,000 in 20 Years Img

This Week in HIV Research: How to Cut U.S. HIV Incidence by 250,000 in 20 Years

Among our four featured reports this week, we learn about the critical intersection between HIV treatment access and reduced HIV incidence in the U.S. -- and about the value of replacing placebos with PrEP in clinical trials on HIV prevention.

This Week in HIV Research: It's Not Too Late to Quit Img

This Week in HIV Research: It's Not Too Late to Quit

Among four noteworthy studies we highlight this week is a new addition to the vast mountain of evidence tying lung cancer risk to smoking -- but with an HIV-specific twist, and a caldera of hope for those who quit.

This Week in HIV Research: 'Massive Loss of Life' Img

This Week in HIV Research: 'Massive Loss of Life'

Among this week's collection of four study summaries are data indicating that reducing U.S. foreign aid for HIV-fighting efforts is a really bad idea, no matter which way you cut it.

This Week in HIV Research: Increased Muscle Area After Starting Treatment Likely Due to Fat Accumulation Img

This Week in HIV Research: Increased Muscle Area After Starting Treatment Likely Due to Fat Accumulation

This week, a study finds that increased muscle area after starting HIV treatment may be due to fat accumulation within the muscle rather than new muscle formation.

This Week in HIV Research: Abstinence-Only Programs Censor HIV Prevention Img

This Week in HIV Research: Abstinence-Only Programs Censor HIV Prevention

This week, a study finds that abstinence-only programs continue to be ineffective at keeping young people from having sex, and censor valuable information on HIV prevention.

This Week in HIV Research: Average Time Between Diagnosis and Linkage to Care Img

This Week in HIV Research: Average Time Between Diagnosis and Linkage to Care

This week, a study finds that the average time it takes to for newly diagnosed patients to enter care is three months.

This Week in HIV Research: A New Glimpse Into HAND Img

This Week in HIV Research: A New Glimpse Into HAND

We look at peroxisomes and neurocognitive impairment; injectable cabotegravir for PrEP; genital bacteria and HIV risk; and how HIV diagnosis relates to intimate partner violence among pregnant women.

This Week in HIV Research: Viral Suppression Without Treatment in Monkeys Img

This Week in HIV Research: Viral Suppression Without Treatment in Monkeys

This week, a study review finds that early interventions in monkeys, such as broadly neutralizing antibodies, can help lead to viral suppression without treatment.