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What choices lie ahead in the fight against HIV?

What choices lie ahead in the fight against HIV?

September 11, 2014, by

UCSF’s Diane Havlir examines the global health choices we face in the coming years and explores prospects and priorities for getting to zero new HIV infections. Read More

New Single-Tablet Regimen: FDA Approves Triumeq

New Single-Tablet Regimen: FDA Approves Triumeq

September 5, 2014, by

Triumeq is the newest single-tablet HIV treatment regimen headed to a pharmacy near you. What makes this new combo pill unique, and is it right for you? Read More

Fungus Linked to Opportunistic Infections Identified on Trees in Los Angeles Area

Fungus Linked to Opportunistic Infections Identified on Trees in Los Angeles Area

September 3, 2014, by

The environmental source of the Cryptococcus gattii fungus, which has been causing meningitis in California since the 1980s, was identified during sampling taken for a 13-year old girl’s science fair project.
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AHF PrEP Ad Controversy: What Do the Numbers Mean?

AHF PrEP Ad Controversy: What Do the Numbers Mean?

September 2, 2014, by

A new campaign from the AIDS Healthcare Foundation has sparked controversy about HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). Read more about the campaign, the response from PrEP endorsers, and how to evaluate PrEP efficacy study data here. Read More

From Research to Real World: A PrEP Q&A with Dr. Robert Grant

From Research to Real World: A PrEP Q&A with Dr. Robert Grant

August 21, 2014, by

The latest word on PrEP: Dr. Robert Grant addresses imperfect adherence, debunks a major PrEP myth, and talks about the transformative power of PrEP-protected sex. Read More