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As a doctor, I’d rather have HIV than diabetes

One of the most feared diseases in the world is now, for British doctors, a manageable chronic condition. It’s a triumph we’re oddly scared to talk about

Published
17 April 2014
From
The Spectator
Px Wire: Long-Acting Injectables

In this issue, we review the research on long-acting injectable antiretrovirals for treatment in HIV-positive people and PrEP in HIV-negative people. The pathways for developing these products have key similarities as well as differences—and as the same drugs advance for treatment and PrEP, it will be key to communicate these.

Published
17 April 2014
From
AVAC
Abolishing HIV in Rwanda

The achievement of universal HIV coverage in one African country, Rwanda, has resulted in HIV diagnoses more than halving and annual incidence falling by 90%, the 2014 Treatment

Published
16 April 2014
By
Gus Cairns
Bristol-Myers Squibb Submits New Drug Application to U.S. FDA for a Fixed-Dose Combination Tablet of Atazanavir Sulfate with Cobicistat for People Living with HIV-1

If approved, atazanavir sulfate and cobicistat could offer patients living with HIV-1 a single tablet that eliminates the need to take a boosting agent in a separate tablet. Cobicistat is developed by Gilead Sciences, Inc.

Published
15 April 2014
From
Bristol-Myers Squibb press release
Get More from Your Medical Care: Seven Resources Show You How

How can you fit medical regular appointments into your life—and get more out of them? The seven resources below can help you understand how doctors think, boost communication with your medical provider (or find a new one), and keep up with regular appointments.

Published
14 April 2014
From
BETA blog
South Africa: ARV Programme Saves 780 000 Lives

South Africa's HIV antiretroviral treatment programme saved 780 000 lives between 2003 and 2012, according to a recently released independent review. But the tuberculosis programme is failing to meet targets.

Published
14 April 2014
From
Health-e
Transplant Drugs May Fight HIV Reservoir

Immunosuppressant drugs used to prevent rejction of transplanted organs may combat the HIV reservoir.

Published
14 April 2014
From
AIDSMeds
European liver specialists recommend 'mix-and-match' approach to new hepatitis C drugs

The European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) has issued new guidelines for the treatment of hepatitis C which recommend that wherever possible,

Published
11 April 2014
By
Keith Alcorn
India: Govt HIV treatment programme completes 10 years

The anti-retroviral treatment (ART) covers 768,000 people but challenges in tackling the AIDS virus remain.

Published
11 April 2014
From
Live Mint
Twenty years after genocide, Rwanda is a model of health equity

Just two decades later, life expectancy has doubled. Vaccination rates for many diseases are now higher than those registered in the United States—more than 97% of Rwandan infants are immunized against ten different diseases. Child mortality has fallen by more than two thirds since 2000. New HIV infection rates fell by 60% between 2000 and 2012, and AIDS-related mortality fell by 82%. HIV treatment is free.

Published
10 April 2014
From
Quartz
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