HIV in the News

Published on: February 10, 2016
FDA Approves Hep C Combo of Daklinza/Sovaldi For New Uses
Published on: February 10, 2016
The CDC has issued a clinical advisory to all U.S. physicians, alerting them to be on the lookout for cases of potentially blinding ocular syphilis.
Published on: February 9, 2016
An HIV vaccine, even if modestly effective, could still contribute greatly to efforts to drive down the rate of new HIV infections worldwide.
Published on: February 8, 2016
Laws that criminalize HIV transmission do not apparently increase rates of condom use among men who have sex with men.
Published on: February 5, 2016
Young Americans have low rates of HIV testing, despite a 2006 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendation that all Americans 13 to 64 years old receive screening for the virus.
Published on: February 4, 2016
Disparities in Medical Care Coverage Among Blacks With HIV
Published on: February 3, 2016
People with HIV who take numerous non-HIV medications are more likely to stop or change their antiretroviral treatment.
Published on: February 2, 2016
Among people who fail HIV treatment, resistance to tenofovir is common, and the incidence of such acquired resistance is likely increasing.
Published on: February 1, 2016
Gilead Sciences has filed for approval of Truvada as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) against HIV with the European Medicines Agency.
Published on: January 29, 2016
Individuals who start HIV treatment very soon after contracting the virus may be at lesser risk of later developing cognitive decline than other HIV-positive individuals.