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HIV therapy leaves unrepaired holes in the immune system's wall of defense

HIV therapy leaves unrepaired holes in the immune system's wall of defense

HIV DNA persists in spinal fluid despite treatment, linked to cognitive impairment

HIV DNA persists in spinal fluid despite treatment, linked to cognitive impairment

Study: HIV patients continue treatments if health care providers are compassionate

Study: HIV patients continue treatments if health care providers are compassionate

Scripps CHAVD wins $129 million NIH grant to advance new HIV vaccine approach

Scripps CHAVD wins $129 million NIH grant to advance new HIV vaccine approach

Alcohol reduction associated with improved viral suppression in women living with HIV

Alcohol reduction associated with improved viral suppression in women living with HIV

Novel method can help clinicians identify individuals most in need of PrEP

Novel method can help clinicians identify individuals most in need of PrEP

Two new studies develop algorithms to identify patients at risk of acquiring HIV

Two new studies develop algorithms to identify patients at risk of acquiring HIV

Mice cured of HIV in an experiment sparks new hope

Mice cured of HIV in an experiment sparks new hope

Researchers completely eliminate all traces of HIV from infected mice

Researchers completely eliminate all traces of HIV from infected mice

Large prevention trial launched for people exposed to multidrug-resistant tuberculosis

Large prevention trial launched for people exposed to multidrug-resistant tuberculosis

NIH offers $377,971 grant to develop disposable HIV-1 viral load microchip

NIH offers $377,971 grant to develop disposable HIV-1 viral load microchip

Invasive cervical cancer rates are high among women with HIV in South Africa, Latin America

Invasive cervical cancer rates are high among women with HIV in South Africa, Latin America

Study emphasizes need for better education to improve health care for LGBTQ

Study emphasizes need for better education to improve health care for LGBTQ

Long-acting contraceptives do not increase risk of HIV, concludes new study

Long-acting contraceptives do not increase risk of HIV, concludes new study

Russian researcher announces plans to create more CRISPR-edited babies

Russian researcher announces plans to create more CRISPR-edited babies

Study finds significant increases in rapid ART initiation after adoption of WHO’s ‘Treat All’ policy

Study finds significant increases in rapid ART initiation after adoption of WHO’s ‘Treat All’ policy

NIH awards $23 million grant to study the diseases affecting people with HIV

NIH awards $23 million grant to study the diseases affecting people with HIV

People living with HIV have increased risk for heart diseases and face health challenges

People living with HIV have increased risk for heart diseases and face health challenges

University of Miami establishes AIDS Research Center to curb HIV epidemic

University of Miami establishes AIDS Research Center to curb HIV epidemic

HIV treatment via community-based clubs can reduce retention of patients in care, study finds

HIV treatment via community-based clubs can reduce retention of patients in care, study finds