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New research shows abnormal immune activation even in very early HIV infection

New research shows abnormal immune activation even in very early HIV infection

, by Emily Newman

Findings may help explain why early ART may improve, but fail to fully restore, health and life expectancies of people living with HIV on therapy. Read More

Repealing Obamacare will have “devastating” consequences for millions—and many who are living with HIV

Repealing Obamacare will have “devastating” consequences for millions—and many who are living with HIV

, by Emily Newman

Will the incoming administration be able to repeal the Affordable Care Act? And if so, how might if affect people living with HIV? Read More

Raw sex: What the research says about risk when you’re undetectable

Raw sex: What the research says about risk when you’re undetectable

, by Emily Newman

Read why one man living with HIV doesn’t use condoms with his HIV-negative partner—and about research showing that risk of transmitting HIV is minimal. Read More

For people with drug resistant HIV, monoclonal antibody shows promise as “rescue” therapy

For people with drug resistant HIV, monoclonal antibody shows promise as “rescue” therapy

, by Liz Highleyman

A monoclonal antibody shows promise for people living with HIV who are “left behind,” with few HIV treatment options, when current antiretrovirals fail from drug resistance. Read More

Too many HIV meds, a small-town judge, and 10 days in jail

Too many HIV meds, a small-town judge, and 10 days in jail

, by David Duran

David Duran tackles the complicated issue of polypharmacy, and the problems caused by taking too many meds to keep track of. Read More