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In a class of its own, “uniquely potent” HIV capsid inhibitor thwarts HIV replication

In a class of its own, “uniquely potent” HIV capsid inhibitor thwarts HIV replication

, by Liz Highleyman

Promising research about a new type of HIV drug called GS-CA1, the first capsid inhibitor to enter clinical trials, was shared at CROI 2017. Read More

New antibody therapy “profoundly” successful at reducing inflammation from HIV

New antibody therapy “profoundly” successful at reducing inflammation from HIV

, by Emily Land

With just one dose, canakinumab reduced markers of inflammation and improved arterial function in people living with HIV. Read More

PrEP study now enrolling at Strut in San Francisco

PrEP study now enrolling at Strut in San Francisco

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

San Francisco AIDS Foundation is enrolling people into a study testing an investigational new drug for PrEP. Find out what the study’s about, and how to get involved. Read More

Research will see if antibodies can more selectively target & kill HIV-infected cells

Research will see if antibodies can more selectively target & kill HIV-infected cells

, by Emily Land

In this Q&A, Galit Alter, PhD explains her research on broadly functional antibodies and if they can be used to rid the body of the latent HIV reservoir. Read More

New data from CDC show young MSM, Black MSM, and Hispanic/Latino MSM most at-risk for undiagnosed HIV in the U.S.

New data from CDC show young MSM, Black MSM, and Hispanic/Latino MSM most at-risk for undiagnosed HIV in the U.S.

, by Emily Land

Racial and ethnic disparities are apparent in new data on HIV incidence, prevalence and undiagnosed infection. Read More