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Dolutegravir-Based Regimens: The Botswana Beat Cohort Study's 'Encouraging' Results
Ava Avalos, MD, discusses the "encouraging" 12-month outcomes from the Botswana Beat Cohort study, which employs a dolutegravir-based regimen.
Implementing Point-of-Care Viral Load Testing
Paul Drain, MD, MPH, discusses the results of a study evaluating point-of-care viral load testing and discusses the advantages to implementation.
Demystifying PrEP for Clinicians
Paul Sax, MD, explains how he would demystify PrEP to clinicians who are not comfortable using HIV medications.
The Challenge of Treating HIV and Comorbidities
W. David Hardy, MD, adjunct professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Disease at Johns Hopkins University, talks about the challenges of treating patients with HIV and comorbidities. 
HIV Care Research: Still in Infancy Stages
Paul Sax, MD, explains the lack of concrete progress in the curing of HIV.
Long-Acting Injectables: The Future of HIV Care?
W. David Hardy, MD, discusses long-acting injectable agents in the pipeline. 
PrEP Promotion Through Clinician Collaboration
Ian Frank, MD, addresses reasons why some clinicians are not recommending PrEP to individuals who could benefit from the regimen.
The Challenges of HIV Care Retention
Paul Edward Sax, MD, explains how one obstacle of HIV treatment and care is maintaining adherence.
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