Here's a concise update on the latest DHHS Guidelines for the use of antiretroviral agents in HIV-infected persons.
I'll soon be leaving my HIV-infected patients, some of whom I've taken care of for more than 20 years. The emotions? The outcomes? The lessons?
Here is a “how to” guide for the initial and subsequent management of HIV infection.
Here: a step-by-step guide to the ART management of HIV-infected individuals who are “heavily treatment experienced.”
The South bears the greatest burden of HIV infection, illness, and deaths of any US region, and "lags far behind in providing quality HIV prevention and care to its citizens.”
When -- and how -- to treat patients co-infected with TB and HIV? Insights here.
PrEP is likely to be cost-effective, regardless of which regimen, or which route, is used. Here: the latest from CROI.
A new study suggests that cognitive impairments in older HIV-infected individuals may be even more prevalent than previously thought.
Do you know which patients would benefit from PrEP? The CDC reports that many American adults who could benefit from HIV prophylaxis aren't receiving treatment.
Here's why you need to keep bone disease in mind when choosing an antiretroviral regimen for your patients with HIV -- and guidance about selecting therapy.
Depression is a major barrier to HIV care. But depression treatment can significantly reduce depressive severity--and improve HIV outcomes. Details here.
News from the CDC: men who have sex with men should be targeted for high-frequency HIV testing.
More than 22 million people living with HIV are not being treated. New WHO guidelines call for treatment for every one of these people--regardless of their CD4 cell count.
A new study finds that many children with perinatal HIV infection lack sufficient immunity to combat measles, mumps, and rubella--even though they may have received the MMR vaccine.
An increasing number of older AIDS patients are starting antiretroviral therapy. Maximum survival benefit is realized when ART is initiated when CD4 counts are high--regardless of the patient's age, according to a new study.