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The French-Canadian flight attendant Gaëtan Dugas was NOT ‘Patient Zero’ of HIV in the U.S.

The French-Canadian flight attendant Gaëtan Dugas was NOT ‘Patient Zero’ of HIV in the U.S.

, by Emily Newman

Groundbreaking research about the origins of HIV in the U.S. gives answers—and at the same time, clears up some long-held misconceptions. Read More

Can a Two-Drug Treatment Regimen Keep HIV Under Control?

Can a Two-Drug Treatment Regimen Keep HIV Under Control?

, by Liz Highleyman

HIV therapy with two drugs, instead of three, kept 90% of people undetectable in a small proof-of-concept study. Read More

San Francisco HIV experts: What did you learn at AIDS 2016?

San Francisco HIV experts: What did you learn at AIDS 2016?

, by Emily Newman

BETA asked HIV doctors, providers and researchers to give us a taste of what they learned and what was exciting at this year’s biggest HIV and AIDS conference. Read More

San Francisco HIV experts: What did you learn at CROI 2016?

San Francisco HIV experts: What did you learn at CROI 2016?

, by Emily Newman

BETA asked HIV doctors, providers and researchers to give us a taste of what they learned at one of the year’s biggest HIV conferences. Read More

The U.S. HIV epidemic at CROI 2016: Black gay men have a 1 in 2 lifetime risk

The U.S. HIV epidemic at CROI 2016: Black gay men have a 1 in 2 lifetime risk

, by Liz Highleyman

Studies on epidemiological data highlight disparities in HIV according to race and risk factor. Read More