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Long-term HIV Remission Case Raises More Questions than Answers

Long-term HIV Remission Case Raises More Questions than Answers

August 11, 2015, by

A French teenager with HIV has been off ART with undetectable viral load for 12 years after treatment, but she’s not “cured.” Read More

New Antiretrovirals, New Formulations, and New Strategies for HIV Treatment

New Antiretrovirals, New Formulations, and New Strategies for HIV Treatment

August 10, 2015, by

For people with HIV, new treatment options offer flexibility and better safety profiles. Find out what’s coming down the drug pipeline. Read More

PrEP, Earlier ART, and Better HIV Care in the Updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy

PrEP, Earlier ART, and Better HIV Care in the Updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy

July 30, 2015, by

Will Federal funds help people pay for PrEP? How will our country prioritize getting more people into HIV care and on ART even sooner after diagnosis? Read More

One City, One State, One Province & Three Plans to Get to Zero

One City, One State, One Province & Three Plans to Get to Zero

July 29, 2015, by

San Francisco, New York state and British Columbia—three regions hit hard by the AIDS epidemic—all plan to get to zero differently. Read More

Hunger Leads to Risky Sex in San Francisco

Hunger Leads to Risky Sex in San Francisco

July 28, 2015, by

Many San Franciscans are not able to afford the food they need to live. Find out how this is related to risky sex and HIV. Read More