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Getting to Zero: How San Francisco is Making Progress

Getting to Zero: How San Francisco is Making Progress

, by Emily Land

Last year, PrEP, rapid treatment, health navigation and anti-stigma initiatives all made strides. Read More

Help Choosing a Covered California Plan for HIV, HCV or PrEP Coverage

Help Choosing a Covered California Plan for HIV, HCV or PrEP Coverage

, by Emily Land

Open enrollment season for Covered California ends on January 31. Pick the best plan to meet your needs with two new resources. Read More

New European Guidelines Recommend ART for All, PrEP for Those at Risk

New European Guidelines Recommend ART for All, PrEP for Those at Risk

, by Liz Highleyman

European AIDS Clinical Society treatment guidelines align with U.S. recommendations on universal HIV treatment but extend PrEP to non-daily dosing. Read More

Study: Protease Inhibitor Monotherapy Does Not Limit Future Treatment Options

Study: Protease Inhibitor Monotherapy Does Not Limit Future Treatment Options

, by Emily Land

Will it ever make sense for people with suppressed viral loads to switch from combination therapy to a type of monotherapy? Read More

Is Dolutegravir Alone Enough to Control HIV?

Is Dolutegravir Alone Enough to Control HIV?

, by Liz Highleyman

Results of studies presented at the European AIDS Conference could lead to simpler, better tolerated, and easier to take regimens for people with difficult-to-treat HIV. Read More