Worth the Cost
No matter how you slice it, PrEP rollout should save money.
Even very early HIV treatment may not reverse damage to the gut.
Dispatches From Seattle
Updates from the 2015 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections.
No Reused Needles
The World Health Organization calls for universal use of smart syringes.
A new molecule effectively blocked a simian version of HIV from attaching to immune cells.
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Early HIV replication in the brain supports hasty treatment start.
Many expectant or new African moms with HIV risk passing on virus.
People with HIV have high rates of smoking, low rates of quitting.
New guidelines for bone care among people with HIV.
Kidneys from donors with HIV transplant well into HIV-positive recipients.
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"Kick and Kill"
The National Institutes of Health fund research into an innovative HIV cure strategy.
Gilead applies for FDA approval of a new version of Truvada, which will get a new name.
Risk factors for HCV acquisition for gay men with HIV.
Early human trial of potential HIV functional cure approved.
Critiquing UNAIDS HIV prevention goals, AVAC calls for honed strategy.
Currently approved HIV drugs at a glance.