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Life Expectancy Shortened More by Smoking than by HIV in Danish Study

Life Expectancy Shortened More by Smoking than by HIV in Danish Study

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

The good news: Those who kicked the habit saw their mortality risk drop by nearly 50% compared with current smokers. Read on to get the study details (and find resources to help you quit smoking). Read More

Rectal Microbicide Gel Study Launching Soon

Rectal Microbicide Gel Study Launching Soon

, by Reilly O'Neal

Learn about a new HIV prevention option in the works—and how you can play a role in developing it. Read More

Experimental HIV Drug Dolutegravir under FDA Review

Experimental HIV Drug Dolutegravir under FDA Review

, by Reilly O'Neal

This novel integrase inhibitor has shown promise in both treatment-experienced people and those new to HIV meds. Read on for more about this experimental drug and how to connect with its expanded access program. Read More

HIV11 Webcasts Now Available

HIV11 Webcasts Now Available

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Webcasts from the recent International Congress on Drug Therapy in HIV Infection bring you the latest science on new and evolving HIV treatments and biomedical prevention tools. Read More

Starting Meds at Low Viral Load May Boost HIV Suppression

Starting Meds at Low Viral Load May Boost HIV Suppression

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

What do findings from a recent meta-analysis mean for HIV-positive people who are not on antiretroviral therapy? Read More