In our latest brief tour of newly published HIV research highlights, we touch on a few topics -- and communities -- that tend not to garner a great deal of attention in the U.S. today. Specifically, this week we explore:
- A survey showing we have largely failed to ensure that black transgender women are engaged in the HIV care continuum.
- A signal that pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) uptake could be high among trans women -- if they're properly informed about its existence.
- A reminder that mother-to-child HIV transmission remains a reality in the U.S., albeit at record-low overall rates.
- A meta-analysis that questions the need for supplemental measles vaccination in people living with HIV.
Let's take a moment to give each of these study findings its due. To beat HIV, you have to follow the science!