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ACIP Releases Updated Adult Immunization Schedule Recommendations
The CDC’s ACIP voted to approve updated adult immunization schedule recommendations for adults aged 19 years or older.
FDA Approves Another Fixed-Dose HIV-1 Treatment: Symfi Lo Tablets
The FDA approves Symfi Lo Tablets for the treatment of HIV-1 in adult and pediatric patients who weigh at least 35 kg.
Determining Who Should Start ART Immediately When Resources Are Limited
Ideally, every individual with HIV would be able to receive ART in a timely fashion, but in resource-limited communities, it’s crucial to prioritize those who will most benefit.
FDA Approves Bictegravir for HIV-1
Gilead Sciences, Inc.'s Biktarvy has been approved by the FDA for the treatment of those with HIV-1.
<i>Contagion</i>® Celebrates Its 2nd Year of Delivering Timely Infectious Disease Content
Contagion® celebrates its second year this month amid celebrations of bringing in its highest readership traffic to-date.
Site of Initial Chlamydia Exposure May Dictate Patient Outcomes
Researchers from UT Health San Antonio find that exposing the gut to chlamydia protects against subsequent infection in the genital tract as well as other tissues.
New Study of Pregnant HIV-Positive Women to Shed Light on Antiretroviral Regimens
An ongoing study aims to confirm that newer ART regimens are as safe for pregnant women living with HIV as they are for their non-pregnant counterparts.
New Study Offers Insights into an Old Problem—The Links Between War and Infectious Diseases: Public Health Watch
A multinational team of investigators has revealed a link between conflict-induced displacement of people and the spread of HIV within Ukraine. 
Influenza A (H3N2) has caused most of the illnesses in this severe flu season, but influenza B is becoming increasingly responsible for more infections as the flu season continues to hit the United States.