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“Cautious optimism” for three-pronged antibody that blocks simian HIV

“Cautious optimism” for three-pronged antibody that blocks simian HIV

, by Warren Tong

An engineered “three-pronged” broadly neutralizing antibody successfully blocked simian HIV in a study with monkeys. Broadly neutralizing antibody-based therapies may be used in the future for HIV prevention and/or treatment. Read More

San Francisco gay bars join forces with HIV researchers to support smart drinking

San Francisco gay bars join forces with HIV researchers to support smart drinking

, by Emily Newman

Making small tweaks to the environment in San Francisco bars reduced binge drinking and decreased the average BAC of people exiting bars. Read More

HIV remission: more clues, but still many questions

HIV remission: more clues, but still many questions

, by Liz Highleyman

Very early HIV treatment does not cure HIV, but can lead to HIV remission in some people, new studies presented at IAS 2017 show. Read More

51% reduction in San Francisco HIV infections since 2012

51% reduction in San Francisco HIV infections since 2012

, by Emily Newman

The number of HIV infections in San Francisco continues to decline, but disparities remain among people who are homeless, people who use drugs, African Americans and Latinos. Read More

Long-acting antiretrovirals for HIV treatment and PrEP

Long-acting antiretrovirals for HIV treatment and PrEP

, by Liz Highleyman

At the recent IAS 2017 conference, we got good news about the safety and efficacy of a long-acting antiretroviral injection and a drug in a new class of medications. Read More