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Organ Transplants From People with HIV or Hepatitis C Show Early Success

Organ Transplants From People with HIV or Hepatitis C Show Early Success

Since 2016, 24 transplant centers have transplanted 14 kidneys and 10 livers from deceased HIV-positive donors to HIV-positive recipients. 

By: Grant Schleifer

Organ Transplants From People with HIV or Hepatitis C Show Early Success

By: Grant Schleifer
May 22nd
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Organ Transplants From People with HIV or Hepatitis C Show Early Success

Study: Using Social Media Data to Forecast HIV and STI Rates

Study: Using Social Media Data to Forecast HIV and STI Rates

Big data from social media may soon change the way researchers track – and even anticipate – regional patterns in HIV infections and STIs.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Using Social Media Data to Forecast HIV and STI Rates

By: Grant Schleifer
May 2nd
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May 2nd
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Study: Using Social Media Data to Forecast HIV and STI Rates

Study: Finding HIV Services After Release from Prison

Study: Finding HIV Services After Release from Prison

HIV-positive people who have recently been released from prison indicate that health systems navigators are valuable resources for re-establishing HIV care, says study.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Finding HIV Services After Release from Prison

By: Grant Schleifer
February 27th
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February 27th
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Study: Finding HIV Services After Release from Prison

Seasons of Risk: Why Gay and Bisexual Men Quit Taking PrEP

Seasons of Risk: Why Gay and Bisexual Men Quit Taking PrEP

A new study reveals the various reasons why gay and bisexual men stop taking PrEP.

By: Grant Schleifer

Seasons of Risk: Why Gay and Bisexual Men Quit Taking PrEP

By: Grant Schleifer
February 20th
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February 20th
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Seasons of Risk: Why Gay and Bisexual Men Quit Taking PrEP

Study: Combination Antiretroviral Therapy Prevents Cognitive Decline

Study: Combination Antiretroviral Therapy Prevents Cognitive Decline

The new study shows that early initiation of cART may minimize neurological deterioration in people living with HIV.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Combination Antiretroviral Therapy Prevents Cognitive Decline

By: Grant Schleifer
February 14th
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February 14th
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Study: Combination Antiretroviral Therapy Prevents Cognitive Decline

Study: Healthcare Discrimination Linked to Suboptimal HIV Medication Adherence in Women

Study: Healthcare Discrimination Linked to Suboptimal HIV Medication Adherence in Women

More than one quarter of people living with HIV in the U.S. report being discriminated against by a healthcare employee.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Healthcare Discrimination Linked to Suboptimal HIV Medication Adherence in Women

By: Grant Schleifer
February 6th
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February 6th
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Study: Healthcare Discrimination Linked to Suboptimal HIV Medication Adherence in Women

Study: Quality of Life Improves After Starting Second-Line HIV Treatment

Study: Quality of Life Improves After Starting Second-Line HIV Treatment

For people whose first-line HIV treatment has failed, second-line treatment gives hope for a better quality of life.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Quality of Life Improves After Starting Second-Line HIV Treatment

By: Grant Schleifer
February 2nd
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February 2nd
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Study: Quality of Life Improves After Starting Second-Line HIV Treatment

Study: How Homophobia May Drive Acquisition of HIV and STIs

Study: How Homophobia May Drive Acquisition of HIV and STIs

Encountering homophobia may predispose gay and bisexual men to acquire HIV and STIs, according to a new study.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: How Homophobia May Drive Acquisition of HIV and STIs

By: Grant Schleifer
January 30th
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January 30th
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Study: How Homophobia May Drive Acquisition of HIV and STIs

Study Finds Increased Rate of Patients Switching HIV Treatments

Study Finds Increased Rate of Patients Switching HIV Treatments

Find out what a recent study says about why patients are changing their HIV treatments.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study Finds Increased Rate of Patients Switching HIV Treatments

By: Grant Schleifer
January 4th
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January 4th
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Study Finds Increased Rate of Patients Switching HIV Treatments

Study Shows Cannabis Could Prevent Cognitive Decline in People with HIV

Study Shows Cannabis Could Prevent Cognitive Decline in People with HIV

This is a follow-up article to a story we posted back in December, 2017.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study Shows Cannabis Could Prevent Cognitive Decline in People with HIV

By: Grant Schleifer
January 2nd
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Study Shows Cannabis Could Prevent Cognitive Decline in People with HIV