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We’re closing the gap: New research on race/ethnic disparities in HIV treatment & viral suppression

We’re closing the gap: New research on race/ethnic disparities in HIV treatment & viral suppression

, by Emily Newman

People of color are getting better access to HIV treatment and care, but disparities still remain. Read More

Raw sex: What the research says about risk when you’re undetectable

Raw sex: What the research says about risk when you’re undetectable

, by Emily Newman

Read why one man living with HIV doesn’t use condoms with his HIV-negative partner—and about research showing that risk of transmitting HIV is minimal. Read More

For people with drug resistant HIV, monoclonal antibody shows promise as “rescue” therapy

For people with drug resistant HIV, monoclonal antibody shows promise as “rescue” therapy

, by Liz Highleyman

A monoclonal antibody shows promise for people living with HIV who are “left behind,” with few HIV treatment options, when current antiretrovirals fail from drug resistance. Read More

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