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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

A Close-Up on Facial Fillers

A Close-Up on Facial Fillers

, by Emily Land

Mark S. King describes his decision to undergo procedures to reverse the effects of facial lipoatrophy on TheBody.com. Read More

ICAAC 2015: Stribild Superior for Women; Better Safety & Efficacy of TAF

ICAAC 2015: Stribild Superior for Women; Better Safety & Efficacy of TAF

, by Liz Highleyman

Find out what a recent study says about HIV treatment specific to women and how a new form of tenofovir is outperforming its predecessor. Read More