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Routinely offering HIV tests to people in hospitals helps more people get tested, and know their status

Routinely offering HIV tests to people in hospitals helps more people get tested, and know their status

, by Emily Newman

The expanded HIV testing protocol increased the percentage of new HIV positive diagnoses in the Bronx health care system by about 3.5-fold. Read More

Hear from the man whose bone marrow transplant kept HIV in remission for nearly a year

Hear from the man whose bone marrow transplant kept HIV in remission for nearly a year

, by Emily Newman

Read a Q&A about why he decided to go off his HIV meds, and what it felt like to find out he might have been cured. Read More

New research: Reducing stigma from HIV and drug use saves lives

New research: Reducing stigma from HIV and drug use saves lives

, by Emily Newman

Doing things like clearing up misconceptions about HIV and de-linking HIV to “social evils” helped people live longer on antiretroviral therapy. Read More

Frame PrEP as part of a ‘healthy sex life’ for better adherence

Frame PrEP as part of a ‘healthy sex life’ for better adherence

, by Emily Newman

Sarit Golub, PhD, MPH shared research showing that a brief intervention can improve PrEP adherence among young people and people of color. Read More

Long-acting injectable PrEP study now enrolling

Long-acting injectable PrEP study now enrolling

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Study sites across the world are testing the effectiveness of a long-acting version of cabotegravir for PrEP. Read More