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Many people living with HIV willing to take part in cure research, despite its risks

There is a strong interest among people living with HIV in studies towards an HIV cure, with many potential participants willing to consider antiretroviral treatment interruption. Respondents

Published
24 April 2015
By
Roger Pebody
Treatment outcomes no better with single tablet regimens than individual tablets

One pill a day HIV treatments such as Atripla, Stribild and Eviplera have the same rates of virological failure, drug resistance and side-effects as multiple tablet regimens,

Published
23 April 2015
By
Roger Pebody
Report: Hepatitis C in Eastern Europe and Central Asia: Epidemic and Response

The purpose of this report is to provide an overview of some of the key aspects of the hepatitis C (HCV) epidemic and response in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA). It is also intended to outline tools and opportunities for civil society (CS) and community-based groups and individuals working on expanding access to HCV treatment in the region.

Published
23 April 2015
From
EATG
Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) proposes centralised purchase of hepatitis C treatments Olysio and Sovaldi for member states

Regional agency UNASUR is aiming to secure price discounts on Sovaldi (sofosbuvir; Gilead Sciences, US) and Olysio (simeprevir; Janssen-Cilag, US), generating savings and reducing the risk of compulsory licences or price cuts.

Published
21 April 2015
From
IHS
Martin Fisher R.I.P.

Professor Martin Fisher one of the worlds leading HIV physicians and specialists passed away last night.

Published
21 April 2015
From
G Scene
Community must play a much greater role in HIV treatment delivery especially for people being left behind

Strengthening and expanding community-based approaches to delivering HIV treatment is vital to the long-term success of the AIDS response, according to a report launched on 20 April by Médecins sans Frontières (MSF) and UNAIDS.

Published
21 April 2015
From
UNAIDS
What's So Controversial About AIDS Healthcare Foundation?

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), founded in 1987, is the largest, community-based HIV/AIDS medical care provider in United States, serving more than 413,000 clients across the world. It has recently been accused of a far-reaching kickback scheme that extended to 12 states, according to a lawsuit unsealed last week at a federal court in South Florida. But it also has a history of practices that have spurred controversy or raised ire with some in the HIV/AIDS community and government officials.

Published
20 April 2015
From
The Body
Pre-exposure prophylaxis works—it's time to deliver

The science is now clear: oral pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) with a coformulation of tenofovir disoproxil fumarate and emtricitabine (Truvada) significantly reduces the risk of HIV infection among individuals at high risk of HIV infection. The news that PrEP has shown consistent efficacy among those who take it as prescribed should be a cause for celebration, and galvanise action to ensure access to PrEP for those who could benefit the most.

Published
17 April 2015
From
The Lancet
Nigel Farage and health tourism

Dr Shaun Griffin, Executive Director of External Affairs at Terrence Higgins Trust, challenges Nigel Farage’s recent comments about HIV and health tourism.

Published
17 April 2015
From
Terrence Higgins Trust
Is There Any Good Reason Left to Delay Hepatitis C Treatment?

Physicians increasingly argue that the best choice is to get rid of hepatitis C right away. But your insurance company may not agree. How risky is it to wait for treatment?

Published
17 April 2015
From
Poz
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