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Importance of Studying Ways to Improve Cognition In Women With HIV
Leah H. Rubin, PhD, MPH, MA, discusses the importance of finding ways to improve cognitive function in women who are living with HIV.
Electronic Health Record Data Expanding in Use to Identify Those at Risk of Diseases
Douglas Krakower, MD, explains how electronic health records have expanded in use in order to identify people at risk for diseases who could benefit from preventive interventions.
How Integrase Inhibitors Have Dramatically Changed HIV Therapy
Joseph Eron, MD, explains how integrase inhibitors have dramatically changed HIV therapy for the better.
Health Care Providers Are the Gatekeepers of PrEP
Colleen Kelley, MD, describes the role of health care providers in linking patients with PrEP.
Battling Resistance to HIV Therapy: New Drugs in the Pipeline
Joseph Eron, MD, explains how some individuals acquire resistance to HIV therapy and discusses new drugs in the pipeline that are effective against resistant virus.
What Can Physicians Do If Their Patient Declines Getting Tested for HIV?
Colleen Kelley, MD, stresses the importance of routinizing HIV testing and shares what physicians can do if their patient declines the option to get tested.
When Can Clinicians Expect Long-Acting Injectable ART?
Joseph Eron, MD, discusses when clinicians may expect to have access to long-acting injectable ART and the different opportunities it offers for individuals with HIV.
What Can Be Done to Get More Individuals Tested for HIV?
Colleen Kelley, MD, explains what is needed to ensure that individuals get tested for HIV.
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