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Population-based evidence for the preventative efficacy of quadrivalent HPV in Australia

A recently published study claims to provide the first whole population analysis of the impact on genital warts of a national HPV vaccination programme – and this may be the best predictor of the longer-term, and more important, cancer prevention benefits to be seen in future years. The findings show a decline of 89.9% in admissions involving warts from 2006/7 to 2010/11 for girls aged 12-17 yrs, a decline of 72.7% for women aged 18-26, and a decline of 38% for men aged 18-14 (the indirect effect of female vaccination).

Published
01 October 2014
From
BMJ Group blogs
The puzzle of thin bones in young MSM

In Amsterdam, researchers have established a large cohort, called AGEhIV, of both HIV-positive and HIV-negative people of similar age and risk behaviours. Young MSM in this study, regardless of HIV infection, were surprisingly at risk for having thinner-than-normal bones.

Published
01 October 2014
From
CATIE
Approximately 4.2 million over 50s are now living with HIV

Persuasive new data showing the ageing of the global HIV epidemic have been published in the online edition of AIDS. Using UNAIDS prevalence figures, investigators estimated that 4.2

Published
30 September 2014
By
Michael Carter
Polypharmacy Hinders HIV Drug Adherence

Among HIV-positive patients, concurrent use of medications is associated with nonadherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART), according to research published in the Journal of Managed Care & Specialty Pharmacy.

Published
29 September 2014
From
Pharmacy Times
Nearly half of HIV-positive gay men could benefit from being vaccinated against HPV, say Irish researchers

A study of gay men in Ireland that has investigated the prevalence of infection with human papillomavirus (HPV), some types of which cause genital warts and cervical,

Published
29 September 2014
By
Gus Cairns
Fungus Behind AIDS Deaths Found Growing on Trees in Southern California

A middle school student's science experiment leads to a surprise finding about an all-too-common fungus. “One shouldn’t be afraid of trees,” Springer told Healthline, “but if you are sick, you may not want to be sawing down a tree, which would cause the fungus to disperse and cause exposure.”

Published
24 September 2014
From
Healthline
HIV infection associated with an increased risk of the diseases of ageing

HIV infection is associated with an increased risk of several diseases of old age, according to Dutch research published in the online edition of Clinical Infectious Diseases. Researchers

Published
24 September 2014
By
Michael Carter
Gilead Sciences: A Preview of Important HIV Drug Study Results

Gilead is running nine phase III studies involving tenofovir alafenamide (TAF), which reflects the importance of the drug to Gilead's future HIV business. It is collecting an enormous amount of clinical data in which to make the case that TAF should be a preferred backbone drug for new and existing HIV patients, as well as patients who cannot use Viread because of pre-existing kidney conditions.

Published
23 September 2014
From
The Street
Guidelines Advise Against Tenofovir for HIV Patients With Kidney Disease

HIV-positive patients who have reduced kidney function should take antiretroviral therapy, but should avoid regimens that contain tenofovir (Viread), according to updated treatment guidelines from the HIV Medicine Association (HIVMA).

Published
22 September 2014
From
The Body Pro
The First HIV/AIDS Generation Reaches Retirement Age

People with HIV and AIDS are living longer than was ever expected before the development of highly active antiretroviral therapies in the 1990s. Palm Springs, a Coachella Valley desert city 100 miles east of Los Angeles, has become a hub for older infected residents well into their 60s and 70s. Yet even as many live longer, there is a broad segment of HIV patients who are aging physically and cognitively faster than the rest of the population.

Published
22 September 2014
From
Newsweek
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