Explore the latest in HIV, including recent guidelines and advances in prevention, screening, diagnosis, and treatment of HIV infection.
This Viewpoint discusses obstacles and avenues to getting to zero HIV transmission among youth.
This Medical News article is an interview with the founders of One Tent Health, a nonprofit free HIV screening initiative that serves high-risk neighborhoods in Washington, DC.
In this narrative medicine essay, an MD-PhD candidate purssuing a graduate degree in the history of medicine uses her study of an early HIV/AIDS archive to reflect on the importance of history in contribution to a proper understanding of contemporary health care and policy and on its vital role in teaching students empathy and emotional intelligence.
This double-blind, randomized clinical noninferiority trial evaluates whether placebo treatment is significantly inferior to 3 days of oral amoxicillin treatment in HIV-uninfected children aged 2 to 59 months with nonsevere fast-breathing pneumonia in a malaria-endemic region of Malawi, Africa.
An HIV-positive man in his 30s being treated with pembrolizumab for metastatic programmed cell death ligand 1–positive squamous non–small cell lung cancer presents with pruritic, mildly painful, hyperpigmented papules and plaques on both feet. What is your diagnosis?
This randomized clinical trial assesses the efficacy of an empowerment-based, group-delivered HIV prevention intervention vs standard of care only or a diet and nutrition control group among sexually active young transgender women in 2 US cities.
This secondary analysis of a cluster randomized clinical trial evaluates whether an HIV/sexually transmitted disease (STD) risk-reduction intervention shown to reduce sexual risk behavior and STD prevalence among South African adolescents also reduced the perpetration and experience of forced sex.
This quality improvement study estimates flows of total development assistance for adolescent health and per-adolescent development assistance for adolescent health and assesses its distribution by donors, regions, and countries and the leading causes of burden of disease in 132 developing countries.
This Medical News article discusses progress and future goals for eliminating the disease.
This statement from the International Antiviral Society–USA updates recommendations for the use of antiretroviral drugs to treat adults with established HIV infection and to prevent HIV infection among persons at risk.
This Viewpoint explains the financial, policy, and logistical challenges in meeting goals on preventing, diagnosing, and treating HIV/AIDS worldwide.
This study uses National HIV Behavioral Surveillance survey data to estimate the proportion of men who have sex with men and persons who inject drugs unaware of their HIV infection who missed opportunities for testing and diagnosis in clinical settings.
This Medical News story describes a day in the life of an infectious disease specialist caring for incarcerated individuals living with HIV.
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