Clinical trials of second generation direct-acting antivirals in HCV show high cure rates. But do those rates reflect real life?
Veronica Hackethal, MD
A systematic approach may help more primary care clinicians identify men who have sex with men among their patients, which in turn could help them focus on patients in need of more frequent HIV testing and preventive services.
Why has the HIV epidemic shifted from affluent gay white men in New York and San Francisco to impoverished people of color in the South?
While a few studies have suggested that HAART therapy is generally cardioprotective, the long-term impact of prenatal and postnatal exposure on cardiac structure and function has remained unknown. A new study sheds light.
Eleven new drugs for HIV representing 5 new categories of mechanism of action are now in various phases of clinical trials. Here's an overview.
In new guidelines, the WHO and CDC stress that women should not be denied access to progestin-only injectables. The CDC recommendations for other hormonal contraceptive methods remain unchanged.
Empowerment interventions for women living with HIV can help decrease acquisition of other sexually transmitted infections.
Results of a small systematic review identify a vulnerable ethnic group members of which may be patients in your practice.
The 2017 lipid management guidelines have met both accolades and controversy. Take our quick quiz on the updates.
A new study reports the impact on work productivity and lifestyle of undertreated COPD in the US, Europe, and China.