Patients with HIV receiving antiretroviral treatment have a higher risk of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma with HBV and HCV coinfection.
The results of a multicenter, cross-sectional study showed that 37% of patients could have been diagnosed with HIV at an earlier stage.
The efficacy and safety of ART have greatly improved with the newer drug classes of antiretrovirals.
Researchers analyzed data from 21 jurisdictions conducting HIV incidence surveillance from 2007 to 2013.
Patients with HIV infection with immediate access to antiretroviral therapy may have a reduced risk of infection-related cancer.
Free self-test kits were advertised among a population of high-risk MSM.
Researchers observed 78 HIV-1 among partners, with an annual incidence of 0.9%.
The use of injectable, extended-release oxymorphone and syringe sharing was linked to an outbreak of HIV infections in Indiana.
A greater understanding of the healthcare issues specific to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community may improve the quality of care.
Patients with HIV infection and elevated viral load are likely to progress to advanced hepatic fibrosis.
Children who were perinatally exposed to HIV are more likely to struggle with psychosocial adjustment during childhood and adolescence.
Many women were found to have poor postpartum virologic control.
More than 30% of women with HIV and no prehysterectomy had abnormal Pap test results.
The relationship between HIV and STI rates and race/ethnicity and partner characteristics should be considered in future HIV intervention.
Antiretroviral therapy in HIV-positive patients did not decrease the progression of arterial inflammation.
Many HIV-positive patients who meet the criteria for COPD are not receiving proper treatment.
Signs and symptoms are not typically observed during acute HIV-1 infection.
Researchers found that shared decision making is effective when managing medication therapy in patients.
A study has found no evidence that programs promoting abstinence can reduce risky sexual behaviors that can increase the risk of HIV.
Instances of new HIV infections decreased by 11%.
The rates of many cancers increase in in HIV positive individuals.
A renal transplant recipient experienced drug interaction-induced calcineurin inhibitor nephrotoxicity after starting a cobicistat-containing combination treatment for HIV.
Patients with HIV have an increased risk of clinical nonadherence, which can be improved with text message alerts.
Pregnant women with HIV who undergo antiretroviral therapy may have an increased risk of preterm birth, low birth weight, and small-for-gestational age infants.
Treatment guidelines must expand to focus on patients co-infected with both HCV and HIV.
Patients with HCV/HIV coinfections had a much higher risk of HCV recurrence.
Overall quality of the studies reviewed was poor, leaving gaps in the development treatment recommendations for MC.
HIV-infected male adolescents present with elevated rates of bone loss due to immune dysregulation, chronic inflammation, and antiretroviral therapy.
Gilead Sciences has received approval to indicate Truvada for pediatric patients with HIV-1.
Men who have sex with men who disclosed their sexual identity to their providers were more likely to receive appropriate health services, including routine HIV testing and hepatitis vaccinations.