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February 17, 2022
Investigators looked at myocardial infarction risks over several years within 2 health care systems examining both people with HIV (PWH) and people without HIV (PWoH).
February 16, 2022
The investigational therapy has demonstrated promising results utilizing subcutaneous injections every 6 months.
Hispanic/Latino people face disproportionately high HIV incidence, but one CROI 2022 study found those not born in the US are more likely to have stage 3 HIV (AIDS) diagnoses.
Due to policies rolling out HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and commencing antiretroviral therapy at diagnosis, the UK is on track to eliminate new HIV infections among gay and bisexual men in approximately 25 years.
For people living with HIV (PLWH) an accelerated aging process may affect the severity of their disease.
February 15, 2022
After presenting at CROI 2022, Dr. Jessica Justman discusses her community-level survey findings: COVID-19 infections do not vary by age.
Investigators looked at full vaccination and booster dose observational data to offer some insights on protection and breakthrough infections.
This patient is the first mixed race woman to experience HIV-1 remission, and potentially opens up the door to others being treated with a novel treatment.
Black patients enrolled in an LA Medical Care Coordination program were less likely to achieve viral suppression than HIV-positive people of other races.
February 14, 2022
Though HIV diagnoses have declined overall, new infections still disproportionately occur in certain racial, ethic, gender, and geographic populations.
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