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New Tool for Predicting Kidney Disease Risk with Tenofovir

New Tool for Predicting Kidney Disease Risk with Tenofovir

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

How might a new kidney disease risk score help tailor the safest possible regimens for people living with HIV? Read More

Rapid Changes Possible in Semen Viral Load, Study Finds

Rapid Changes Possible in Semen Viral Load, Study Finds

, by Reilly O'Neal

HIV levels in semen may differ from viral load in blood and can even change from hour to hour. What—if anything—does this mean for “treatment as prevention”? Read More

HIV Cure Research at CROI 2014

HIV Cure Research at CROI 2014

, by Liz Highleyman

New advances (and setbacks) offer important clues in the search for an HIV cure. See the latest cure science around very early treatment, stem cell transplantation, and gene therapy. Read More

Long-Acting HIV Drugs for Maintenance and PrEP

Long-Acting HIV Drugs for Maintenance and PrEP

, by Liz Highleyman

Is monthly or even quarterly dosing on the horizon for HIV treatment and PrEP? See what the early studies say. Read More

Women and PrEP: A Q&A with Dr. Judy Auerbach

Women and PrEP: A Q&A with Dr. Judy Auerbach

, by Reilly O'Neal

What do women in the U.S. really think about PrEP? Social scientist Judy Auerbach asked women in 10 cities for their take on PrEP—and their answers might surprise you. Read More