Explore the latest in HIV, including recent guidelines and advances in prevention, screening, diagnosis, and treatment of HIV infection.
This Viewpoint examines the recent decision by a federal district court that undercuts the Affordable Care Act’s mandate for cost-free coverage of preventive services, including contraception, some vaccinations, many screenings, and preexposure prophylaxis for HIV, among others.
This Insights in the Women’s Health series describes the availability, timing, and risks of antiretroviral therapy (ART) in pregnant individuals who have HIV infection.
This cross-sectional study evaluates treatment with prescription medications in jails and state prisons relative to noncorrectional settings in the US.
This narrative review examines primary and secondary prevention of cancer, barriers to health care services, and health care practitioners’ knowledge about specific issues pertaining to transgender and gender-diverse individuals.
This Medical News Q&A discusses research highlights from the recent Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections.
This cohort study evaluates peripheral auditory function in Tanzanian children living with HIV with clinically normal hearing.
This Medical News article discusses a clinical trial for an HIV vaccine that uses germline targeting, a novel technique to induce rare immune cell precursors of broadly neutralizing antibodies.
This systematic review and meta-analysis investigates the performance of HIV-specific and general population cardiovascular disease risk prediction models in people with HIV.
This retrospective observational study of adults entering HIV care between 2007 and 2019 compares differences in the prescription of integrase inhibitor–containing antiretroviral therapy by patient race and ethnicity.
This cross-sectional study examines the use of HIV self-testing among men who have sex with men.
This Viewpoint identifies several barriers to ending the HIV epidemic and urges increasing expertise in HIV medicine in underserved areas like the South challenging legislation designed to keep students ignorant.
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