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Screening for HIV: It Definitely Matters


This randomized study is the first to provide robust evidence that a screening program leads to an increased rate of HIV diagnosis.

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Here's compelling evidence that a screening program in primary care leads to an increased rate of HIV diagnosis.

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Previous studies have established that early treatment of HIV dramatically reduces the odds of spreading the infection to a sexual partner. The START trial provides evidence that early therapy benefits a patient's own health.

Interest in preexposure prophylaxis is high among a diverse population of men who have sex with men who are at risk for HIV infection.

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A large increase in HIV and HCV infections in Indiana among injection drug users has prompted the CDC to issue a nationwide public health alert. Here's what you can do.

Rates of postoperative mortality among HIV-infected individuals who are receiving ART are low and influenced as much by hypoalbuminemia and age as by CD4 cell status, according to a new study.

Screening for tobacco use and strategies for quitting are important considerations for patients with HIV, since infected adults are more likely to smoke -- and less likely to quit -- than those who are uninfected.

A new study shows that it is safe to fall back on an NRTI-only regimen in special circumstances in patients with adequately suppressed HIV replication.

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