This Week in HIV Research: Multidrug-Resistant HIV Widespread in Kenya; and Bictegravir vs. Dolutegravir
This week, a study finds that a quarter of Kenyans with HIV who have experienced second-line treatment failure have multidrug-resistant HIV.
This week, a study finds that as people living with HIV continue to age, the prevalence of non-AIDS-defining cancers will go up.
This Week in HIV Research: Earlier Diagnoses Needed to Reduce Mortality; and Challenges in Treating Adolescents With HIV
This week, a study finds that people living with HIV have a higher mortality rate than general population, often because of AIDS-defining illnesses, highlighting the importance of earlier HIV diagnoses.
This week, a study finds that for individuals living with HIV, experiencing symptoms of depression does not increase mortality risk. Another study finds that common sexual practices among pregnant women in Kenya may decrease the effectiveness of some...
This Week in HIV Research: Treatment at Diagnosis Prevents Bacterial Infections; and Expanding PrEP Capacity
This week, a study finds that starting antiretroviral therapy immediately after diagnosis lowered the risk of severe bacterial infections. Another study finds that providers in the San Francisco area are wiling to prescribe pre-exposure prophylaxis (...
Life expectancy after starting antiretroviral therapy for HIV has risen over the years in both high-income and low/middle-income countries, according to a new meta-analysis.
This week, a study finds that condomless sex among men living with HIV has risen during the treatment-as-prevention era. Another study finds that statins are less effective in people with HIV who have lower baseline vitamin D levels.
This Week in HIV Research: Proposed Federal Budget Cuts Would Disrupt Health Research; and Viral Load Differences
This week, a report in Nature finds that proposed federal budget cuts to the National Institutes of Health could impair long-term studies and prevention research.
This Week in HIV Research: How Thailand Eliminated Mother-to-Child Transmission; and Maraviroc for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis
This week, a study reviews how Thailand eliminated nearly all mother-to-child transmission of HIV.
This Week in HIV Research: Early Treatment May Prevent Severe Weight Gain; and Pharmacists Willing to Prescribe PrEP, With Training
This week, a study finds that starting treatment earlier helped prevent severe weight gain in African Americans with HIV.