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First Studies Spur Confidence in New Ways to PrEP

First Studies Spur Confidence in New Ways to PrEP

October 29, 2015, by

Quarraisha Abdool Karim’s research put HIV prevention therapies using microbicides on the map. Read how her contributions help young women take control of their sexual health. Read More

Why are HIV meds so expensive, and what can we do about it?

Why are HIV meds so expensive, and what can we do about it?

October 28, 2015, by

Two experts shed light on the reasons why people in the United States pay so much for many prescription drugs, and what could bring prices down. Read More

Large Study Finds Higher Incidence of Some Cancers among People with HIV

Large Study Finds Higher Incidence of Some Cancers among People with HIV

October 27, 2015, by

People with HIV experience higher rates of some non-AIDS defining cancers according to a recent large-scale study. Read More

Benefits & Pitfalls to HIV Home Testing

Benefits & Pitfalls to HIV Home Testing

October 22, 2015, by

Home HIV test kits give people another way to test for HIV. But health providers say they should not be used to “screen” potential sex partners. Read More

HIV Vaccines to Prevent and Cure: A Conversation with Dr. Aliza Norwood

HIV Vaccines to Prevent and Cure: A Conversation with Dr. Aliza Norwood

October 21, 2015, by

An HIV vaccine researcher answers Dr. Eveland’s questions about the challenges and successes in developing a vaccine, participating in HIV vaccine research and hope for a therapeutic vaccine. Read More