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Disappointing results from “kick and kill” HIV cure study, explained

Disappointing results from “kick and kill” HIV cure study, explained

, by Emily Land

Researchers say that although the two-pronged treatment failed to reduce the viral reservoir, we shouldn’t lose hope that a “kick and kill” strategy might someday be successful. Read More

HIV care for people of any immigration status in San Francisco Bay Area

HIV care for people of any immigration status in San Francisco Bay Area

, by Emily Land

Don’t let fear of deportation stop you from accessing HIV services. Here are resources in the San Francisco Bay Area. Read More

Almost, but not quite, HIV undetectable. Is that a problem?

Almost, but not quite, HIV undetectable. Is that a problem?

, by Emily Land

A new study bolsters our understanding of when low-level viremia can affect health—and when it is likely not an issue. Read More

A reality check (and resources!) on all things anal cancer

A reality check (and resources!) on all things anal cancer

, by Emily Land

Before you jump to the conclusion that a bump on your butt is anal cancer, get a reality check from Joel Palefsky, MD, and J. Michael Berry-Lawhorn, MD, who are both anal dysplasia specialists. Read More

Broadly neutralizing antibody PGT121 reduces hidden viral reservoir

Broadly neutralizing antibody PGT121 reduces hidden viral reservoir

, by Warren Tong

With implications for an HIV cure, new research shows that HIV that is part of the viral reservoir can be targeted and eliminated. Read More