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In a class of its own, “uniquely potent” HIV capsid inhibitor thwarts HIV replication

In a class of its own, “uniquely potent” HIV capsid inhibitor thwarts HIV replication

, by Liz Highleyman

Promising research about a new type of HIV drug called GS-CA1, the first capsid inhibitor to enter clinical trials, was shared at CROI 2017. Read More

Antibody therapies effective at preventing HIV from invading CD4 cells

Antibody therapies effective at preventing HIV from invading CD4 cells

, by Liz Highleyman

Research on two new long-acting antibody therapies demonstrates success at protecting CD4 cells and suppressing viral loads in people living with HIV. Read More

Antibodies could offer a more “natural” and safer HIV treatment or prevention option

Antibodies could offer a more “natural” and safer HIV treatment or prevention option

, by Emily Newman

Richard Kroup, MD, gives an overview of how broadly neutralizing antibodies may revolutionize the way we treat and prevent HIV. Read More

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

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

, by Emily Newman

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

New HIV treatments discussed at CROI 2016

New HIV treatments discussed at CROI 2016

, by Liz Highleyman

Long-acting HIV therapy injections and a newer formulation of tenofovir did well in clinical trials. Read More