Tamara ThomasHIV | November 10, 2023
Researchers found that people living with HIV had an increased number of inflammatory factors like IL-6 or sTNFR1.
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Tamara ThomasHIV | October 17, 2023
Despite girls being 60% of study babies, researchers observed that baby boys sustained undetectable HIV viral loads.
Tamara ThomasHIV | September 8, 2023
Researchers observed that of the men assigned circumcision, none tested positive for HIV during the 12-month period.
Tamara ThomasHIV | July 19, 2023
HIV is 2.5 times more common in people who use mental health services than the general population.
Urban Health Today EditorsHIV | April 4, 2023
People living with HIV are far more likely to be diagnosed with depression and commit suicide than population controls.
Tamara ThomasInfectious Diseases | February 22, 2023
Transgender women have a 66X higher risk of HIV than the general population and even greater for transgender women of color.
Lou PorteroInfectious Diseases | February 14, 2023
Experts say there's a lack of awareness about the high rate of the virus among Black women, linked to men who sleep with men.
Lou PorteroInfectious Diseases | January 30, 2023
The study's authors stressed the importance of HIV testing for all sexually active individuals who may have monkeypox.
Lou PorteroHIV | November 21, 2022
HIV stigma and discrimination experiences in an HIV health care setting vary by race, gender, and English proficiency.
Lou PorteroHIV | October 5, 2022
A federal judge in Texas ruled in September against the mandate requiring that employers provide health insurance ...
Lou PorteroHIV | September 22, 2022
Dr. MarkAlain Déry, MPH discusses the ongoing inequities in HIV medication access. ...
Lou PorteroHIV | August 23, 2022
New technology offers a new and unique treatment for AIDS which may be developed into a vaccine or a one-time treatment ...
Kaitlyn BebbinoHIV | June 8, 2022
Dr. MarkAlain Déry, MPH talks about the recently discovered, more infectious “VB Variant” strain of HIV and why ...
Lou PorteroHIV | March 8, 2022
Men who patronize sex workers may be more predisposed to Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). A series of surveys carried ...
Lou PorteroHIV | January 4, 2022
The epidemic, HIV, which has devastated patients globally since the 1980s has recently been on the decline among women ...
Lou PorteroHIV | January 4, 2022
The St. Stephen Ministry of Augusta was created to care for infected people when HIV was still seen as an untreatable killer.
Lou PorteroHIV | January 4, 2022
The American multinational retail corporation, Walmart Inc., has decided to leverage its vast pharmacy network to make ...
Lou PorteroHIV | January 4, 2022
During the commemoration of World AIDS Day on Wednesday, December 1st, 2021, President Joe Biden declared that the U.S. ...
Lou PorteroHIV | January 4, 2022
A study by the University of California, Los Angeles on HIV-positive Black and Latino men who have sex with other men ...
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