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Signal That ABX464 Reduces Viral Reservoir but Not Time to Viral Rebound After Treatment Interruption Img

Signal That ABX464 Reduces Viral Reservoir but Not Time to Viral Rebound After Treatment Interruption

New data presented at EACS 2017 suggested that the investigational REV inhibitor ABX464 might reduce the HIV viral reservoir in a study that included a treatment interruption.

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Fighting HIV in the Trump Era: U.S. Advocates Speak Out

We asked HIV community leaders how their priorities have changed since Trump’s election – and what they see as the most important challenges to the fight against HIV under a Trump presidency.

Jason Zucker, M.D.

Better Use of Electronic Health Records Might Help Close HIV Testing Gap in U.S.

Jason Zucker, M.D., discusses how we can use computer algorithms to help ensure that undiagnosed people with HIV are tested, thus increasing the likelihood of them moving forward on the HIV care cascade.

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A Review of Late-Stage HIV Antiretroviral Candidates at IDWeek 2017

Highlights of major findings on new antiretroviral therapies, including data on long-acting injectable solutions and new combination treatments packed into a single pill.

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A Review of Late-Stage HIV Antiretroviral Candidates at IDWeek 2017

Highlights of major findings on new antiretroviral therapies, including data on long-acting injectable solutions and new combination treatments packed into a single pill.

Thank You, Paul Kawata: Reflections on USCA and Being a Gay Man of a Certain Age Img

Thank You, Paul Kawata: Reflections on USCA and Being a Gay Man of a Certain Age

At 53 years old, Richard Wolitski, Ph.D., admits it can be challenging to be "embracing and celebrating myself while my body (and sometimes my mind) shows signs of wear and more than 20 years of living with HIV."

Attendees observe a session at IDWeek 2017

PrEP Prescriptions Rise Sharply, but Unequally, in New York City

In New York City, the number of people taking PrEP has skyrocketed in recent years -- yet prescriptions are more likely to be written for affluent white men than others, research finds.

Attendees discuss a poster presentation at IDWeek 2017 (Credit: Infectious Diseases Society of America)

Ignorance About PrEP Is Common Among Health Care Providers, Studies Suggest

Several PrEP studies presented at IDWeek focused on the need for better education among clinicians and medical students regarding not only how PrEP works and whom it can benefit but also that it even exists as an HIV prevention option.

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How to Reverse Implicit Bias in HIV Care: 6 Steps to Take Today

We caught up with speakers and presenters at a major HIV community meeting to learn how HIV care providers can uncover and remove the harm of bias in their work.

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How to Reverse Implicit Bias in HIV Care: 6 Steps to Take Today

We caught up with speakers and presenters at a major HIV community meeting to learn how HIV care providers can uncover and remove the harm of bias in their work.