Judge rules that employers are not required to cover PrEP at no cost.
From October 2019 to September 2020, a 21% decrease was seen in outpatient department testing, while increases were observed in other testing strategies.
The researchers found that compared with those reported in 2019, there was a 17% decrease in HIV diagnoses reported to the CDC in 2020.
Mental health struggles may play a larger role in approaching HIV prevention than patients realize. How do symptoms of depression and anxiety affect HIV risk behaviors, and how can health care professionals educate patients and increase prevention?
Researchers evaluated the placental antibody transfer function between women with and without HIV infection and its relationship with compromised neonatal immunity.
Researchers conducted a study that assessed how the COVID-19 pandemic affected outcomes of HIV care, including outpatient visits, HIV viral load surveillance, virologic suppression, and mental health encounters.
Cord blood contained a mutation that blocks HIV entry into cells and came from a partially matched donor.
The first injectable PrEP option for HIV may help reduce inequities among Black and Hispanic/Latino gay and bisexual men
Over 16 years, adults older than 50 years with HIV have almost twice the risk for developing dementia vs those without HIV.
Updates include recommendation to provide all sexually active patients with information about PrEP, use of cabotegravir injections for PrEP.
Researchers conducted a study to assess the effect of antiretroviral therapy on the gut microbiota in children with HIV infection.
Investigators assessed the relationship between HIV infection and impaired pulmonary gas exchange, as well as the influence HIV has on the diffusing capacity of the lungs for carbon monoxide in patients with and without comorbid chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Risk for sudden cardiac death increased among people living with HIV with elevated HIV viral load or low CD4 cell counts.
Investigators conducted a retrospective cohort study to determine the difference in COVID-19 outcomes in patients with HIV infection compared with those without HIV infection.
An appropriate vaccination strategy will follow.
As HIV-exposed, uninfected infants have higher rates of morbidity and mortality than HIV-unexposed uninfected infants, a study was conducted to analyze whether particular infections or immune responses contribute to hospitalization.
Researchers used global baseline data to examine cardiovascular disease risk factors among middle-aged people with HIV.
A body of emerging research is attempting to quantify changes occurring as a result of the impact of COVID-19 on the HIV pandemic.
Findings emphasize the importance of strategies to help HBV-HIV coinfected patients maximize antiretroviral adherence to achieve hepatitis B viral suppression.
Researchers assessed the influence of direct-acting antivirals on gut microbiota by analyzing microbial diversity and composition in patients with hepatitis C virus infection with or without HIV.