Here’s a recap of the biggest developments in HIV treatment over the past year, as well as a look at what’s to come.
In its bid to become the first approved member of a new class of HIV medications, the attachment inhibitor BMS-663068, also known as "068" or fostemsavir, showed similar efficacy to ritonavir (Norvir)-boosted atazanavir (Reyataz) in Phase 2b study re...
Heterosexual HIV-infected men and women have a high prevalence of markers associated with anal cancer, such as infection with high-risk human papillomavirus (hr-HPV) and cytological abnormalities, according to study results presented at IDWeek 2013. ...
You're in a long-term, committed, monogamous relationship with a loving partner. You don't have HIV, but your partner does -- and is on stable, successful HIV treatment. Is unprotected sex "safe enough"?
HIV meds appear more likely to stop working among HIV-positive people who frequently drink alcohol -- but frequent drinking doesn't seem to have a bad effect on CD4 counts.
Early Treatment and Weight Management May Prevent Common Comorbidities in Young People Living With HIV
Newly diagnosed people often have two or more additional health problems, such as depression, high cholesterol or high blood pressure. But research shows all of these issues can be tackled alongside HIV.
HIV-positive people rarely receive proper screening for colorectal cancer in the U.S., making it hard for researchers to gauge just how common it is.
A new study finds that black people are less likely to keep their viral load down on Atripla -- and that more trouble with side effects may be the reason.
Lipids Respond Well to Switch From Boosted PI to Rilpivirine/Tenofovir/Emtricitabine (Complera), Study Finds
Many people who had high lipid levels while taking common HIV treatment regimens that included a protease inhibitor, such as Prezista or Reyataz, saw remarkable improvements after the switch.
Mental health really matters in HIV. We got a hugely important reminder of that this month in the form of new research regarding suicide and Sustiva (one of the drugs in Atripla).