This infographic from AVAC looks ahead at the status of large-scale prevention trials through 2020.
A recent study, published this month in JAIDS, gives insight into the challenges of PrEP uptake by young gay men of color.
"My work in South Africa is showing that managed HIV encounters a variety of social and environmental challenges that confront the possibility for healthy lives," Brian King writes.
In the Sessions and Hallways at the PrEP Summit, I Saw the Hope and Challenges of HIV Prevention Today
Keiko Lane, M.F.T., finds herself connecting over the pain of losing so many to AIDS, even as she shares today's HIV prevention options with a gay, immigrant hotel worker in a serodiscordant relationship.
A complement to the HIV care continuum, the new model is a better way of articulating what HIV prevention should look like today.
Linda-Gail Bekker provides an overview of the new frontiers in HIV prevention.
"The expression of gratitude is well known to make you happier," Paul Sax M.D. writes. "Plus, it's the season. So here's a brief list of things in our fascinating field to be grateful for as you get the turkey ready."
"The stigma associated with Infectious Diseases is as much a part of the field as knowing why Pneumocystis carinii is now Pneumocystis jirovecii, and how to pronounce the drug class that includes linezolid and tedizolid," Paul Sax, M.D. writes....
A staggering 38% of new HIV infections among low-income women in the U.S. may be due to anal intercourse, which is poorly understood in women, according to a study presented at HIVR4P 2016.
NIH's Carl Dieffenbach, Ph.D., discusses new findings from the ASPIRE study about the experiences of women who used a vaginal ring at the recent HIV Research for Prevention Conference in Chicago.