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While a majority of people with HIV worldwide achieve an undetectable viral load, it may not be durable over time.
Recruiting gay and bisexual Black men living with HIV into clinical trials may be as easy as walking into a clinic.
Study shows just one snapshot of the impact of COVID-19 on the health and access to care among people living with HIV.
These encouraging results do not apply, however, to people who remain undiagnosed.
Early treatment is linked to a smaller viral reservoir, but blocking IL-10 and PD-1 might control the virus in those with chronic infection.
The funding will help address racial and ethnic disparities by supporting the federal “Ending the HIV Epidemic” plan.
People who started treatment on the same day as their HIV diagnosis achieved an undetectable viral load sooner.
Low-barrier care and access to multiple services in one place can improve outcomes for people experiencing homelessness or unstable housing.
UPDATE: Data from 2019 and 2020 have been added to America’s HIV Epidemic Analysis Dashboard (AHEAD), an interactive digital map.
A new CDC model shows the potential power of Undetectable = Untransmittable to curb HIV rates by 2027.
Kenya has been using similar technology for three years. DC’s efforts are among the first in the United States.
Larger studies suggest people living with HIV might have a modestly higher risk of severe COVID-19, but much remains to be learned.
SARS-CoV-2 may have subtle effects on immunological and virological outcomes among people with HIV.
An HIV clinic saw a 31% lower likelihood of viral suppression after transitioning to telehealth due to COVID-19.
Researchers compared experiences with stigma among Black women in Chicago and Birmingham.
Tests and PrEP info are available Thursday, June 27, which marks National HIV Testing Day.
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