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Who’s most at risk of getting Kaposi sarcoma? New research gives insights

Who’s most at risk of getting Kaposi sarcoma? New research gives insights

, by Emily Newman

New research reveals who’s at higher risk of getting Kaposi sarcoma, and what people living with HIV can do to decrease their risk of getting this AIDS-associated cancer.
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An easy-to-read explanation of using antibodies for PrEP

An easy-to-read explanation of using antibodies for PrEP

, by Emily Newman

Researchers are investigating whether antibodies can be used to provide long-lasting protection from HIV. Get an explanation on how antibodies protect, and how far the science has progressed. Read More

Gay black men with housing, social support less likely to be part of HIV transmission “clusters”

Gay black men with housing, social support less likely to be part of HIV transmission “clusters”

, by Emily Newman

New research points to the importance of helping young Black men who have sex with men find stable housing and quality social support in HIV prevention efforts. Read More

Is there HIV in my brain? Neurologist Dr. Joanna Hellmuth fills us in

Is there HIV in my brain? Neurologist Dr. Joanna Hellmuth fills us in

, by Emily Newman

Find out what changes HIV can cause in the brain, the effects on memory and thinking you should look out for and what to do if you notice any changes. Read More

Want to help cure HIV? Join an HIV vaccine research study

Want to help cure HIV? Join an HIV vaccine research study

, by Emily Newman

Vaccines are being investigated as a way to both prevent and cure HIV. Learn more about what’s being studied, and how you can participate in a clinical trial. Read More