The test may help clinicians tailor HIV therapy for their patients.
Age, racial/ethnic, and risk category disparities exist among patients who discontinue preexposure prophylaxis treatment after initiation.
A recent study supports the efficacy of interprofessional collaboration in linking patients with HIV to care services.
Researchers sought to assess the acceptance of opt-out HIV screening in outpatient settings in the United States.
Researchers examined the prevalence of HIV drug resistance patterns among HIV-infected infants using 3 nationally representative surveys in South Africa that evaluated the effectiveness of national programs to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV.
Approximately 1 in 5 people with HIV also has prevalent DM, and control of hemoglobin A1c levels in these patients may have a beneficial effect on CD4 counts.
Researchers sought to evaluate differences for missed-visit compared to kept-visit measures among different subgroups of people living with HIV.
Investigators analyzed the relationship between HIV, hepatitis C virus, and peripheral artery disease in women.
In women with HIV and diabetes mellitus, CD4+ lymphocytes may contribute to the development of diabetes mellitus.
Immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome occurs commonly in infants and young children with HIV initiating ART in countries with a high prevalence of HIV and TB.
The novel Fujifilm SILVAMP TB LAM assay offers superior diagnostic sensitivity while also maintaining specificity, compared with standard assay.
USPSTF has updated its recommendations on HIV screening and has assigned a Grade A for a new recommendation to offer PrEP for all persons at high risk for HIV infection.
There is zero risk for HIV transmission in serodiscordant gay couples through condomless sex when the partner with HIV is receiving suppressive ART.
Truvada is approved in combination with safer sex practices for HIV-1 PrEP to reduce the risk of sexually acquired HIV-1.
Doravirine resistance is uncommon in people with HIV who have been treated with non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors.
Significant levels of cytomegalovirus DNA are common in older African children with perinatally acquired HIV infection.
Sustained virologic response to the HCV in patients with HCV and HIV coinfection is associated with a lowered risk of diabetes and mortality.
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%.