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New modeling studies highlight urgent need for effective drug policy reforms to prevent HIV

New modeling studies highlight urgent need for effective drug policy reforms to prevent HIV

Simple intervention during routine care reduces alcohol consumption in men with HIV

Simple intervention during routine care reduces alcohol consumption in men with HIV

New method evaluates effectiveness of interventions in mitigating spread of HIV

New method evaluates effectiveness of interventions in mitigating spread of HIV

Extended-release naltrexone appears to help HIV-positive patients reduce heavy drinking

Extended-release naltrexone appears to help HIV-positive patients reduce heavy drinking

PEACHI project develops vaccine strategies targeting both HIV and hepatitis C virus

PEACHI project develops vaccine strategies targeting both HIV and hepatitis C virus

Long-lasting HIV control without antiretroviral therapy is a feasible goal, says expert

Long-lasting HIV control without antiretroviral therapy is a feasible goal, says expert

Initiation of early treatment in HIV-infected infants has undeniable benefits

Initiation of early treatment in HIV-infected infants has undeniable benefits

Updated recommendations for HIV prevention and treatment in adults

Updated recommendations for HIV prevention and treatment in adults

Novel method for rapid, reliable HIV testing

Novel method for rapid, reliable HIV testing

Researchers report first randomized trial results of 'kick and kill' approach to treat HIV

Researchers report first randomized trial results of 'kick and kill' approach to treat HIV

Imaging techniques may help assess immune system recovery in HIV patients

Imaging techniques may help assess immune system recovery in HIV patients

HIV-positive children in South Africa more likely to have developmental disabilities

HIV-positive children in South Africa more likely to have developmental disabilities

Study: Treg cells may protect infants from getting infected with HIV from their mother

Study: Treg cells may protect infants from getting infected with HIV from their mother

Study demonstrates that HIV infection in the brain can be established, maintained by T cells

Study demonstrates that HIV infection in the brain can be established, maintained by T cells

New study unravels secrets of HIV's persistence

New study unravels secrets of HIV's persistence

Natural antioxidant bilirubin may provide cardiovascular benefits

Natural antioxidant bilirubin may provide cardiovascular benefits

New CRISPR/Cas9 system targets regulatory genes of AIDS virus

New CRISPR/Cas9 system targets regulatory genes of AIDS virus

HIV patients on single-tablet regimen show better outcomes than those taking multiple pills

HIV patients on single-tablet regimen show better outcomes than those taking multiple pills

Study underlines importance of early HIV treatment to avoid brain atrophy

Study underlines importance of early HIV treatment to avoid brain atrophy

Study: 40% of people diagnosed with HIV do not disclose their status in rural Mozambique

Study: 40% of people diagnosed with HIV do not disclose their status in rural Mozambique