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Experimental Vaccine Helps Suppress Virus in People with HIV

Experimental Vaccine Helps Suppress Virus in People with HIV

January 15, 2013, by

New research points the way toward a therapeutic vaccine that could help provide a functional cure—and keep people healthy without lifelong HIV meds. Read More

Higher-Dose Flu Shot Better for HIV-Positive People?

Higher-Dose Flu Shot Better for HIV-Positive People?

January 11, 2013, by

New research suggests the answer is yes, but important questions remain—including whether people with HIV can access the vaccine. Read More

Ask A Policy Wonk: What Does the California Budget Proposal Mean for People with HIV?

Ask A Policy Wonk: What Does the California Budget Proposal Mean for People with HIV?

January 10, 2013, by

San Francisco AIDS Foundation’s director of state and local affairs, Courtney Mulhern-Pearson, weighs in on the proposed state budget released today. Read More

Updated Estimates for U.S. HIV Infection Rates

Updated Estimates for U.S. HIV Infection Rates

January 8, 2013, by

New estimates highlight the need to tackle disproportionate HIV infection rates among gay and bisexual men and African-Americans. Read More

The State of the Science on PrEP and Treatment as Prevention

The State of the Science on PrEP and Treatment as Prevention

January 4, 2013, by

No subscription required: A free full-text journal article, available online, brings you the latest data and perspectives on using oral antiretrovirals to prevent HIV infection. Read More