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  • PrEP
    PrEP: A Dream Deferred
    Poz | 3 hours ago

    PrEP is largely failing to help those who need an HIV prevention game changer most desperately, namely Black MSM, in particular those younger than 25.

  • Global health initiatives
    Trump Team’s Queries About Africa Point to Skepticism About Aid
    New York Times | 4 hours ago

    President-elect Donald J. Trump’s views of Africa have, until now, been a mystery. But a series of questions from the Trump transition team to the State Department indicate an overall skepticism about the value of foreign aid, and even about American security interests, on the world’s second-largest continent.

  • Recreational drug use
    ChemSex care plan
    David Stuart | 4 hours ago

    A new online, interactive resource to assist healthcare practitioners to guide ChemSex patients through a behaviour-change Care Plan, is now live. Designed for people who use chems who might be unable or unwilling to access support services, or for drugs workers/sexual health staff in areas where there are no ChemSex support services

  • Pharmaceutical industry
    The U.S. Government Should Buy Gilead For $156 Billion To Save Money On Hepatitis C
    Forbes | 5 hours ago

    The U.S. government could cure most Americans suffering from hepatitis C infections if it simply bought drug maker Gilead Sciences on the stock market rather than purchasing its products in the drug market.

  • New and experimental HIV treatments
    SA can save billions with new HIV drug combination
    Health24 | 5 hours ago

    The ADVANCE study will evaluate an HIV treatment regimen including two newer and cheaper drugs: dolutegravir (DTG) and tenofovir alafenamide (TAF).

  • Types of HIV tests
    DIY test for HIV comes to a pharmacy near you
    Health-e | 5 hours ago

    For R59.95 South Africans can now purchase an HIV testing kit from a local pharmacy and screen themselves for infection in the privacy of their homes – effectively by-passing the health system altogether.

  • Sexually transmitted infections
    HIV treatment might boost susceptibility to syphilis, say researchers
    Eurekalert Medicine & Health | 7 hours ago

    The antiretroviral drugs used to treat HIV infection might inadvertently be boosting gay/bisexual men's susceptibility to the bacteria responsible for syphilis, Treponema pallidum, conclude researchers in the journal Sexually Transmitted Infections.

  • The search for a cure
    Converging Roads Between HIV and Cancer Research
    International AIDS Society | 16 January 2017

    In 2017, a key focus in the field of HIV will be investigating new ways to tackle persistence via interactions and synergies with other fields such as cancer research and immune-based therapies. This will take centre stage when the scientific community convenes in July 2017 at the IAS HIV Cure & Cancer Forum and the 9th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2017).

  • PrEP
    Zimbabwe: Zim to Roll Out Pre-Exposure HIV Pill
    AllAfrica | 16 January 2017

    ZIMBABWE will soon start rolling out pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) medication in selected districts in the country after adopting World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines on HIV treatment and prevention.

  • HIV and criminal law
    Guide to prosecuting HIV cases ‘undermining’ public health, critics say
    Toronto Star | 16 January 2017

    An Ontario court has rejected the Ministry of the Attorney General’s attempt to keep secret a “practical guide” to prosecuting HIV exposure and transmission cases.

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