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Lou PorteroInfectious Diseases | May 8, 2024
The CDC warns HCPS of an increase in invasive meningococcal disease, mainly due to the bacteria Neisseria meningitidis.
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Lou PorteroHIV | May 6, 2024
Limited access to healthcare, driven by factors like employment discrimination, suggests a link to increased risk behaviors.
Lou PorteroDermatology | April 30, 2024
less than 60% of US patients with chronic inflammatory disease (CISD) receive the requisite testing
Lou PorteroInfectious Diseases | April 26, 2024
new guidance released by the CDC, Americans who test positive for COVID no longer need to isolate for five days. 
Lou PorteroHIV | April 17, 2024
In people Living with chronic HIV, viral damage to the gut may lead to increased intestinal permeability (leaky gut).
Katie KoskoHIV | April 11, 2024
People with HIV and intellectual and developmental disabilities are less likely to receive an HIV diagnosis.
Katie KoskoHIV | April 10, 2024
A hospital-wide intervention showed improvement in HIV PrEP delivery in Black and Hispanic women.
Rebecca AraujoPublic Health | April 10, 2024
Concurrent vaccination was associated with a more durable SARS-CoV-2 neutralizing antibody response.
Katie KoskoHIV | April 9, 2024
Demographic factors may impact which HIV-positive women receive LAI versus oral ART.
Katie KoskoHIV | April 8, 2024
Peer navigation and a mobile app might be the solution to closing the gap in care for Hispanic and Black people with HIV.
Katie KoskoHIV | April 8, 2024
Patients with HIV and cancer have worse outcomes due to disparities in treatment.
MarkAlain Déry, DO, MPH, FACOIHIV | April 8, 2024
Vatsana Chanthala and MarkAlain Déry, DO, MPH, FACOI, discuss programs in New Orleans that address disparities in HIV care.
Katie KoskoHIV | April 9, 2024
Disparities in HIV diagnoses among Black and White populations have decreased since 2017.
MarkAlain Déry, DO, MPH, FACOIHIV | April 8, 2024
MarkAlain Déry, DO, MPH, FACOI, interviews Vatsana Chanthala about disparities in HIV care.
Rebecca AraujoPublic Health | March 26, 2024
A fourth dose of the COVID-19 vaccine led to similar antibody titer levels in patients with cancer as in healthy controls.
Katie KoskoHIV | March 9, 2024
Nearly 2 in 10 people living with HIV who initiated antiretroviral therapy were lost to follow-up.
Katie KoskoHIV | March 8, 2024
Researchers created the HBCU-HIV Prevention Project to determine its usefulness in reducing risk of HIV.
Katie KoskoHIV | March 7, 2024
Two years of pitavastatin use can help lower noncalcified plaque volume and inflammatory biomarkers in people living with HIV
Katie KoskoHIV | March 6, 2024
To end the HIV epidemic in Black communities, it’s crucial to have Black voices among those making decisions.
Katie KoskoHIV | March 6, 2024
HIV prevention, diagnosis, and care differ widely among adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
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