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A woman who was infected with HIV in 1992 may be the first person cured of the virus without any sort of medication or any kind of transplant whatsoever, researchers reported on this week. Many are claiming that it's was read more about First-Time Ever! Woman Cured of HIV with NO Medication or Transplant
What’s the worst thing you can say to the nurse in an emergency room? Ever wonder what really happens behind closed curtains in the emergency room? What really goes on in the ER—and on the way there? Below, doctors, nurses read more about Secrets The ER Staff Won’t Tell You
The 23rd International AIDS Conference, originally scheduled for San Francisco/Oakland in late July was held virtually in early July 2020 (Yuck! I’m getting sick of virtual conferences!). Among the very interesting scientific and medical developments presented was the case of read more about Another HIV Cure?
Ok, you’re probably tired of me promising that long-acting antiretroviral therapy would soon be available through your doctor. The product I’ve been talking about the most is a combination of the drugs cabotegravir and rilpivirine. Cabotegravir is an integrase inhibitor, read more about Long-acting Medications for HIV Treatment and Prevention
Doctors aren't perfect. But sometimes, patients unknowingly do things that may sabotage successful treatment. Are you doing certain things in the doctor's office that prevent you from getting the quality care you need? Most doctors see their relationship with their read more about 9 Doctor’s Office Mistakes You’re Making
The Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections held in early March in Seattle, Washington, featured over a thousand scientific research presentations primarily focused on HIV, but also TB, hepatitis and other infections. Some of them were very high impact, like read more about Improving The Lives Of HIV Patients