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What you need to know about HIV two-drug regimens

What you need to know about HIV two-drug regimens

, by Emily Land

There is one currently recommended two-drug regimen option for people living with HIV. Here’s a summary of challenges with the current option, and an overview of two other combinations currently being tested. Read More

Confronting ignorance and fear to end HIV criminalization

Confronting ignorance and fear to end HIV criminalization

, by Emily Land

Twenty prominent HIV scientists target outdated HIV criminalization laws, saying they are based on fear rather than accurate HIV science. Read More

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