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Alternative Antiretroviral Medication Delivery Systems Emerge to Treat, Prevent HIV Infection
Novel modes of delivery are imperative to improve HIV suppression and prevent transmission.
The State of HIV Treatment and Prevention in the United States
CDC investigators used HIV surveillance and pharmacy data to examine the status of HIV treatment and prevention in the United States.
HHS Launches Ready, Set, PrEP Campaign
On December 3, 2019, the US Department of Health and Human Services announced the launch of program which will provide PrEP to people without prescription drug insurance coverage.
 
PEPFAR-Supported Countries Face Challenges Implementing Case-Based HIV Surveillance
Authors of a new report published by CDC detail barriers to case-based surveillance in policy and technical infrastructure which need to be addressed in order to enhance national efforts surrounding the HIV epidemic.
INSTI-Based ART Associated with Weight Gain, Systolic Blood Pressure Increases
Treatment-naive patients who are prescribed INSTI-based ART experienced weight gain and systolic blood pressure increases higher than peers on other forms of ART.
Earlier ART Improves Outcomes for Newborns With HIV
Results from a new study indicate that early antiretroviral therapy treatment provides measurable benefits in infants who acquired HIV via vertical transmission.
 
WHO Releases Consolidated HIV Testing Guidelines Prior to World AIDS Day 2019
On December 1, 2019, international health organizations reflect on the advancements of the HIV/AIDS research field and acknowledge the challenges that still remain.
Survey Results Point to Gaps in HIV Knowledge and Awareness Among Young Americans
The survey was designed to provide more information on beliefs and perceptions toward HIV among Generation Z and millennials in the United States.
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