Influenza Triggers Immune Responses Resulting in Relapse in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis
A recent study investigates what causes relapse in those with multiple sclerosis and sought to glean insight into the brain activity of patients with MS during respiratory infections.
Noninvasive Imaging Technique Can Assist in the Diagnosis of HIV-Associated Sensory Neuropathy
A recent study suggests that in vivo corneal confocal microscopy can be used to assess HIV-associated sensory neuropathy, a disorder that is increasing worldwide.
US HIV Epidemic Goes Visual with Interactive Map
HIV surveillance data is being used to populate an interactive map, capable of depicting the impact of HIV and mortality in the United States on national, state, and local levels.
Health Information Exchange Interventions Beneficial to HIV Care
A study has found that health information exchange interventions are beneficial in several ways when it comes to HIV care.
Five Challenges Filed Against HCV Drug Patents
Five patent challenges on medications to treat hepatitis C virus were recently filed in Argentina and India.
Study Reveals Increased Cirrhosis Prevalence in US Patients with HCV
In a recent CHeCS study, investigators sought to identify the prevalence of cirrhosis, decompensated cirrhosis, and death, among 11,169 adults with HCV in the United States between 2006 and 2014.
What's New in 2017: Express Scripts Adds Hepatitis C Drug Harvoni to National List
Harvoni has been added to Express Script’s formulary and will be available from the company’s Hepatitis Cure Value Program.
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