Should You Answer Medical Questions From Clinicians You Don't Know About Patients You've Never Seen?
"There are a few reasons not to answer questions from clinicians you've never met about patients you haven't seen," writes Paul Sax, M.D.
Paul Sax, M.D. asks, "Does one really need to put couples through the expensive and time-consuming process [of 'sperm washing'] when the risk of transmission is unmeasurably tiny, if not zero, if the man is on suppressive ART and the woman is taking ...
"Good participatory practice and community voices are needed now more than ever in the HIV vaccine research arena," Daisy Ouya and Morenike Upkong write.
Expert: Long-Awaited CDC HIV Report on Conception Options for Serodiscordant Couples Is Disappointing and Confusing
We're in the middle of a revolution in our efforts to fight HIV. However, you wouldn't know it from a new U.S. health department agency report that advises providers about conception when one partner is living with HIV.
In honor of HIV Vaccine Awareness Day, see what progress the NIH has been making toward developing an HIV vaccine.
"Since expression of gratitude makes you happier ... and whining does the reverse, I've decided to turn what was going to be a typical rant about dealing with insurance companies into an expression of thanks to a remarkable group of professionals."...
Lilianna Angel Reyes writes about what works and doesn't work for helping people to quit smoking, while drawing lessons from the HIV prevention world.
A long-time advocate for community engagement in HIV research in Thailand argues in favor of PrEP in Thailand.
"The line between government interests and community interests is completely fuzzy in the HIV universe," says Demetre Daskalakis, M.D., M.P.H.
"Look for women mentors and make use of the spaces we have created for you," says Morenike Ukpong-Folayan.