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Online Resource: HIV JournalView

Online Resource: HIV JournalView

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

This periodic summary offers reader-friendly digests of HIV prevention and treatment publications. Read More

Ask a Guinea Pig: What’s Involved in Cure Research—And Why Should I Participate?

Ask a Guinea Pig: What’s Involved in Cure Research—And Why Should I Participate?

, by Matt Sharp

Curious about cure trials? Columnist Matt Sharp weighs in on key questions any potential guinea pig should ask. Read More

Starting HIV Meds Cuts Risk of Non-AIDS Illnesses

Starting HIV Meds Cuts Risk of Non-AIDS Illnesses

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

New research suggests beginning antiretroviral therapy lowers the risk of non-AIDS-related conditions such as depression and kidney disease. Read More

Update: Rectal Microbicides in the Works

Update: Rectal Microbicides in the Works

, by Reilly O'Neal

“The rectal revolution is here,” says Jim Pickett of the AIDS Foundation of Chicago. Read his update on rectal microbicide research to learn why. Read More

PrEP Demonstration Project Launches in San Francisco

PrEP Demonstration Project Launches in San Francisco

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

How will PrEP work in the “real world,” outside clinical trials? Learn about a PrEP demonstration project that aims to find out. Read More