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  • Houston we have an HIV PR problem

    The most important group who should hear about treatment as prevention, undetectability, sero-sorting and all the other non-condom options, are those who have successfully avoided HIV thus far and are reluctant to get tested. In other words the vast majority of the LGBT population, because they are the ones who are getting the wrong end of the stick when they hear snippets of information about HIV.

    17 September 2014 | Positive Lite
  • ART quells genital HIV shedding throughout menstrual cycle

    Antiretroviral therapy (ART) that suppresses HIV RNA in plasma also suppressed genital HIV shedding across the menstrual cycle in a 3-week study of 20 women.

    17 September 2014 | International AIDS Society
  • Zambia: PMTCT Real Life Story

    The pain of living through the loss of three children was enough to discourage Constance Mudenda from ever contemplating parenting. When she was pregnant, her greatest desire was to have a child born free of HIV, and now she will continue to mentor her daughter to ensure she is protected from acquiring HIV.

    21 August 2014 | Times of Zambia
  • HIV Prevention Tops the News at AIDS 2014

    Biomedical prevention has garnered more headlines than HIV treatment in recent years, and the news coming out of the 20th International AIDS Conference last week in Melbourne was no exception.

    31 July 2014 | BETA blog
  • Why are some HIV-positive men more infectious than others?

    A new study led by the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) provides insights into the interplay among bacteria, viruses and the immune system during HIV infection.

    29 July 2014 | HIV / AIDS News From Medical News Today
  • Queensland to adopt British Columbia Treatment as Prevention Strategy

    Queensland is the latest international jurisdiction to implement TasP. Panama, China, France, Spain and Brazil have already signed on, and US cities including New York, San Francisco, and Washington D.C. are adopting the Treatment as Prevention model.

    24 July 2014 | BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS
  • I'm HIV-Positive, and I Have No Interest in News About HIV Cures

    There is already a way to eradicate HIV/AIDS, and Pa. is pretty good at it. Too bad it’s politically impossible to implement nationally.

    24 July 2014 | Philadelphia Magazine (blog)
  • HIV Prevention in Clinical Care Settings - 2014 Recommendations of the International Antiviral Society–USA Panel

    In an innovative approach to HIV prevention, an interdisciplinary group of experts has come together for the first time to lay out a framework of best practices to optimize the role of the clinician in achieving an AIDS-free generation.

    19 July 2014 | Journal of the American Medical Association
  • Australia’s HIV transmission rate falls

    New data out of the Kirby Institute shows that the rate of HIV transmission in Australia has fallen, returning to a downward trend that has been the norm for more than a decade. So why are the papers saying that HIV infections are ‘at an 20-year high‘?

    18 July 2014 | Buggery.org
  • End to Aids by 2030 'is possible'

    The Aids epidemic can brought under control by 2030, according to a report by the United Nations Aids agency.

    16 July 2014 | BBC Health
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