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Bacteria in our gut affects HIV—is there a solution?

Bacteria in our gut affects HIV—is there a solution?

, by Emily Newman

New research explores how altering the gut microbiome—the community of microorganisms that populate our intestines—may lead to health benefits for people with HIV Read More

New Treatment Signals Hope for Long-Term HIV Suppression

New Treatment Signals Hope for Long-Term HIV Suppression

, by Emily Newman

An antibody infusion suppressed HIV but didn’t eliminate it from viral reservoirs. Read More

Start—and continue—HIV meds as soon as you can

Start—and continue—HIV meds as soon as you can

, by Joanna Eveland, MD

Joanna Eveland, MD explains why the early ART recommendation is not about pharma greed—but about good health. Read More

Undetectable & Low-level HIV Viral Replication

Undetectable & Low-level HIV Viral Replication

, by Emily Newman

An HIV physician explains what causes lapses in undetectable viral load, and what to do about it. Read More

Disease Experts See Syphilis Diagnosis as Time to Re-engage in HIV Care

Disease Experts See Syphilis Diagnosis as Time to Re-engage in HIV Care

, by Emily Newman

A new analysis suggests that testing for HIV or emphasizing adherence to antiretroviral therapy when someone tests positive for syphilis could yield important results. Read More