Almost 80% of new transmissions from people not aware or aware but not receiving regular care.
Sustained virologic response to the HCV in patients with HCV and HIV coinfection is associated with a lowered risk of diabetes and mortality.
HIV during the perinatal period in the US have declined over recent decades, but its prevalence rates in female adults and adolescents continues to rise.
ViiV Healthcare announced positive 48-week data from the phase 3 ATLAS (N=616) and FLAIR (N=566) studies evaluating a long-acting injectable formulation of cabotegravir + rilpivirine in patients with HIV-1 infection.
Interventions to reduce some traditional risk factors can improve the proportion of non-AIDS-related comorbidities.
There is a significant need for identifying people with HIV infection who are unaware of their infection status and linking them to HIV care.
Prevalence of Mycoplasma genitalium in women living with HIV in Johannesburg, South Africa was 7.4%.
Monthly long-acting cabotegravir and rilpivirine noninferior in 2 randomized controlled trials.
Donor had double copy of gene mutation that confers natural resistance to HIV.
Agency says effective HIV prevention, treatment not reaching those who could most benefit.
Several studies have determined that PLWHIV have a higher risk for 30-day readmission than the general population.
HIV self-test kits combined with financial incentives may encourage men to attend the clinic for post-test HIV services.
More black index patients diagnosed with HIV are interviewed for partner services than all index patients combined.
Growing evidence supports starting individuals on antiretroviral therapy as soon as they are diagnosed with HIV to improve mortality rates.
Increased-risk donors significantly more likely to have positive HBV, HCV screening results.
Risk greatest with higher-dose opioids and opioids with immunosuppressive properties.
Depression is a common comorbidity in people living with HIV, with lifetime prevalence estimates ranging from 22% to 61%.
Investigators sought to determine the association between liver fibrosis and hepatitis B virus genotype G in patients with comorbid HIV and HBV.
A 44-year-old man presents to the hospital with generalized abdominal pain, malaise, subjective low-grade fever, and a bruise on his left shin. He has an extensive medical history including HIV, hypertension, diabetes, and GERD, but he denies vomiting or diarrhea.
HIV-exposed infants have high rates of congenital cCMV infection, and in utero HIV infection seems to be a major risk factor for cCMV.