PEPFAR News and Research

RSS
Study uncovers major disparities in preferred HIV medication uptake in low- and middle-income countries

Study uncovers major disparities in preferred HIV medication uptake in low- and middle-income countries

Telehealth-delivered exercise and weight loss program for people with knee osteoarthritis or obesity

Telehealth-delivered exercise and weight loss program for people with knee osteoarthritis or obesity

New $14.5 million NIH grant to support research on HIV treatment and care in Central Africa

New $14.5 million NIH grant to support research on HIV treatment and care in Central Africa

Report highlights global shortfalls to end HIV infections among children and young women

Report highlights global shortfalls to end HIV infections among children and young women

Vaccine nationalism reinforces inequities in access and exacerbates health disparities

Vaccine nationalism reinforces inequities in access and exacerbates health disparities

Phase 1 clinical trial of novel HIV vaccine approach shows promising results

Phase 1 clinical trial of novel HIV vaccine approach shows promising results

Study measures the effects of HIV infection on development of cervical cancer

Study measures the effects of HIV infection on development of cervical cancer

IPM announces WHO's prequalification of dapivirine ring to reduce women’s HIV risk

IPM announces WHO's prequalification of dapivirine ring to reduce women’s HIV risk

Monthly vaginal ring for HIV prevention receives positive opinion from EMA

Monthly vaginal ring for HIV prevention receives positive opinion from EMA

Scaling up use of opioid agonist therapies could help combat Ukraine’s HIV epidemic

Scaling up use of opioid agonist therapies could help combat Ukraine’s HIV epidemic

The OpenHIE community to hold second annual community meeting in Ethiopia

The OpenHIE community to hold second annual community meeting in Ethiopia

Continuation of community-wide HIV testing could lead to reductions in new HIV cases

Continuation of community-wide HIV testing could lead to reductions in new HIV cases

IAS 2019 spotlights challenge of providing HIV services in humanitarian crises

IAS 2019 spotlights challenge of providing HIV services in humanitarian crises

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

Privacy concerns prevent men from getting tested and treated for HIV

Privacy concerns prevent men from getting tested and treated for HIV

UNC-led scientists receive $5.1 million grant to combat cervical cancer in Malawi

UNC-led scientists receive $5.1 million grant to combat cervical cancer in Malawi

Drought in rural Lesotho increases HIV risk among adolescent girls

Drought in rural Lesotho increases HIV risk among adolescent girls

£20 million research hub could improve health, life prospects of African youth

£20 million research hub could improve health, life prospects of African youth

AHF applauds passage of AIDS funding, urges President to sign lifesaving bill

AHF applauds passage of AIDS funding, urges President to sign lifesaving bill

AHF commends the passage of global AIDS funding in the House, calls for swift approval

AHF commends the passage of global AIDS funding in the House, calls for swift approval