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Gender and racial disparities in mortality persist, but the gap appears to have closed when it comes to getting the latest HIV treatment.
People with HIV who recently used marijuana were twice as likely to miss taking their meds.
Switching from TAF to TDF may help people lose weight, but this must be balanced against the risk of kidney problems and bone loss.
People with suppressed HIV respond well to mRNA vaccines, but individuals with a low CD4 count may not be adequately protected.
EBT-101 is novel gene-editing therapy that uses “molecular scissors” to cut HIV out of cells.
The updated guidance says antiretroviral therapy should be started as soon as possible after diagnosis and outlines the latest options.
North American survey finds 76% have impaired physical, mental, sexual or overall health.
Many women with HIV don’t use birth control.
Five years of follow-up data show that starting antiretroviral therapy with a higher CD4 count has long-lasting benefits.
Given the current standard of care, life expectancy for Black men who have sex with men is 6.3 years shorter than that of their white peers.
However, lung cancer incidence among HIV-positive people has fallen over the past two decades.
People with both HIV and hepatitis C are at greater risk for myocardial infarction as they age, and traditional risk factors also matter.
For the first time, gay and bi men who don’t inject drugs accounted for less than half of new cases in San Francisco.
People on opioid substitution therapy were more likely to adhere to antiretroviral treatment and achieve viral suppression.
Medical Monitoring Project finds most are receiving HIV care and treatment, but many face challenges such as poverty and unstable housing.
Health researchers are testing the flying bots in remote rural regions and congested urban areas alike.
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