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Tag Archives: clinical trials

New antibody therapy “profoundly” successful at reducing inflammation from HIV

New antibody therapy “profoundly” successful at reducing inflammation from HIV

, by Emily Land

With just one dose, canakinumab reduced markers of inflammation and improved arterial function in people living with HIV. Read More

PrEP study now enrolling at Strut in San Francisco

PrEP study now enrolling at Strut in San Francisco

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

San Francisco AIDS Foundation is enrolling people into a study testing an investigational new drug for PrEP. Find out what the study’s about, and how to get involved. Read More

Sci-fi ways to treat HIV: Implants, monoclonal antibodies & more

Sci-fi ways to treat HIV: Implants, monoclonal antibodies & more

, by Emily Land

Researchers are working on new treatment options that will make treating HIV easier than ever before. Read More

A New Year, A New Way to Take PrEP?

A New Year, A New Way to Take PrEP?

, by Jake Sobo

With new sex habits for 2015, the Promiscuous Gay Nerd tells us about what he’s thinking—and what his doc had to say—about intermittent PrEP. Read More

Deferred No Longer: Early PrEP Access Granted for PROUD Study Participants

Deferred No Longer: Early PrEP Access Granted for PROUD Study Participants

, by Emily Land

UK PrEP study participants will be offered access earlier than planned after initial data analyses show that PrEP is “highly protective” against HIV. Read More