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  • Access to medicines and treatment
    Revealed: UK patients stockpile drugs in fear of no-deal Brexit
    The Guardian | 10 hours ago

    Ministers have been urged by top doctors to reveal the extent of national drug stocks, amid growing evidence patients are stockpiling medication in preparation for a no-deal Brexit. The Royal College of Physicians (RCP), which represents tens of thousands of doctors, urged the government to be more “transparent about national stockpiles, particularly for things that are already in short supply or need refrigeration, such as insulin”.

  • Elimination of hepatitis C
    NHS England’s plan to eliminate Hepatitis C decisively backed by High Court
    NHS England | 11 hours ago

    NHS England’s plan to eliminate Hepatitis C in England by 2025 is on track after all aspects of a High Court challenge by pharmaceutical company AbbVie were dismissed. The NHS’s single largest medicines procurement, a deal worth almost £1 billion over five years, was launched in April last year but contract start dates had to be delayed by six months after legal action by AbbVie.

  • People and personal stories
    My life in sex: ‘I used to think HIV was a curse. Now my sex life is better than ever’
    The Guardian | 15 hours ago

    These days I try to show my dates that HIV is not a burden, but something that I’ve grown from. My viral load is undetectable, meaning I can’t infect anyone, although I’ll have to take medication for the rest of my life. Dealing with such a heavy subject with defiance, lightness and confidence is, I like to think, sexy. It also allows me to relieve people of their irrational fears of HIV.

  • Confidentiality, consent and medical ethics
    No HIV test, no marriage license, Jakarta tells couples
    UCA News | 16 hours ago

    No HIV test, no marriage license, Jakarta tells couples -  UCA NewsAuthorities in the Indonesian capital Jakarta have introduced a regulation requiring couples to take an HIV test in order to obtain a marriage license.

  • Ethnic and cultural minorities
    HIV in the Black Community: Tell the Story Right
    My Fabulous Disease | 16 hours ago

    For the first time, the words I am posting on My Fabulous Disease are not my own. This piece is from Craig Washington, whom I have known since our service at AID Atlanta 25 years ago. He continues to teach me about the lives and issues of Black gay men living with HIV.

  • New and experimental HIV treatments
    South Africa: New safety concerns emerge on latest HIV wonder drug
    Business Day | 16 hours ago

    New safety concerns have emerged about the HIV drug dolutegravir, which the government plans to roll out in April.

  • Hepatitis C symptoms and diagnosis
    Hepatitis C Prevalent in Less Than 1% of US Population
    MD Magazine | 16 hours ago

    Epidemiologists found a 0.93% overall prevalence of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection cases in the US while using a novel assessment method in a new study. The report, which included undiagnosed cases among its prevalence rates, found that approximately half of the cases occurred in just 9 states, including 5 in Appalachia.

  • Finance and funding
    Bouquets and brickbats for India's fight against TB, HIV and Malaria
    THE WEEK | 16 hours ago

    India will become the first country from the global south to host a Preparatory Meeting of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria, slated to be held in the national capital on February 7 and 8.

  • Cancer
    Undiagnosed HBV, HCV, HIV prevalent in newly diagnosed cancer cases
    Healio | 16 hours ago

    Researchers discovered a substantial proportion of patients with newly diagnosed cancer and concurrent hepatitis C or hepatitis B were unaware of their viral infection and many had no identifiable risk factors, according to a recently published study.

  • Healthy living
    How are psoriasis and HIV related?
    HIV / AIDS News From Medical News Today | 16 hours ago

    Psoriasis and other skin conditions are common among people with HIV. With proper care and treatment, people can manage their skin symptoms and reduce their discomfort. Although HIV can make it more challenging to treat psoriasis, research indicates that most people will see improvements after using antiretroviral therapies.

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