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Immigrants and girls had worse HIV outcomes in this study.
A three-city survey of gay and bisexual Latino men living with HIV offers insight on treatment adherence and more.
Injections given every month or every other month were preferred over daily pills.
People who started treatment on the same day as their HIV diagnosis achieved an undetectable viral load sooner.
Low-barrier care and access to multiple services in one place can improve outcomes for people experiencing homelessness or unstable housing.
The updates include new information on optimizing therapy, dealing with virological failure and managing opportunistic infections.
Access to early HIV care is lengthening the lives of people all over the world.
The new numbers are encouraging but Black and Latino people continue to be disproportionately affected by HIV.
Engaging in HIV care can be simpler for Spanish speakers in the South, and this clinic app shows one way to do it.
A new analysis suggests that the impact of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders differs by sex, race, age and employment status.
Vivent will create an HIV Medical Home in Kansas City, Missouri, where Latinos and Black Americans see higher HIV rates.
HIV treatment usually requires daily pills, but longer-acting regimens are gaining ground.
A study of Black and Latino people living with HIV found high rates of resilience and challenges.
However, it’s still unclear whether Undetectable = Untransmittable extends to breastmilk.
An ongoing randomized controlled trial will provide more definitive results in the future.
The woman has had an undetectable viral load and a normal CD4 count for more than 12 years after stopping antiretroviral therapy.
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