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New antiretrovirals for infants and children still needed

Promising new formulations of antiretroviral agents including tenofovir, fosamprevanir, dolutegravir, etravirine and raltegravir for treating the often neglected needs of infants, children and adolescents with HIV were presented

Published
25 July 2012
By
Carole Leach-Lemens
Conference Marked By Talk Of 'Cure,' Commitment To Greater Investment In Research

The U.S. pledged an additional $150 million for the global AIDS fight, in what Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said was a step designed to move closer to "an AIDS-free generation." Find out what leading media outlets are saying about it here.

Published
24 July 2012
From
Kaiser Health News
Hillary Clinton pledges money for vulnerable minorities, reproductive rights, AIDS-free families

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton received a relatively warm reception yesterday at the 19th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) in Washington DC, as she supported the

Published
24 July 2012
By
Gus Cairns
Co-administration of rifampicin and efavirenz does not reduce efavirenz concentrations or efficacy

Standard dosing of efavirenz, that was not adjusted for patient weight, resulted in therapeutic efavirenz concentrations and excellent virological outcomes in patients coinfected with TB and HIV

Published
24 July 2012
By
Lesley Odendal
Merck Signs Two Deals for Novel HIV Drug Candidates and Initiates Phase II Clinical Trial of MK-1439 for HIV

Merck has signed licesing deals for two nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors with Chimerix and Yamasa, and will start trials of a new NNRTI shortly.

Published
24 July 2012
From
Merck press release
SOUTH AFRICA: Mother-to-child HIV transmission still falling

South Africa has charted a significant decline in mother-to-child HIV transmission for the second consecutive year, with new data showing that just 2.7 percent of babies born to HIV-positive mums contracted the virus by six weeks of age, compared to 8 percent in 2008.

Published
24 July 2012
From
PlusNews Global
UCSF/SFGH Researchers Call for Change in New FDA Recommendation on HIV and TB Drug Doses

In January, 2012, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued new guidelines on dosing of an HIV medication used to treat people infected with both HIV and tuberculosis (TB). Now, a new analysis by the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and the San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center (SFGH) suggests this recommended dose adjustment may not be necessary, particularly in non-Caucasian populations.

Published
24 July 2012
From
USCF News Center
Patient tracing and community dispensing of ARVs keep patients in care

Physical tracing of patients in antiretroviral (ARV) programmes results in a decrease in loss to follow-up, but an increase in reported mortality, according to a systematic review

Published
24 July 2012
By
Lesley Odendal
Changing epidemiology of opportunistic infections in US: still common in inner cities

Large overall declines in opportunistic infections (OIs) among people with HIV in the US mask continued high rates in inner city populations, according to a presentation on

Published
24 July 2012
By
Liz Highleyman
Everything’s different (almost) since last international AIDS conference in U.S.

The United States understands the sea change in AIDS of the past two decades but is unaware of many details of the progress of recent years. It may be that places such as the District of Columbia (HIV prevalence of 2.7 percent) have lessons to learn from places such as Rwanda (HIV prevalence of 2.9 percent), whose response to the AIDS epidemic has been widely praised.

Published
23 July 2012
From
The Washington Post

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