Hep C and Outreach to Hispanics

It's a Hispanic Thing Hep outreach & research are needed for a vulnerable community by Larry Buhl In a presentation at a National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA)...

Oral Care & Viral Reservoirs

Oral Report Could something as simple as oral care affect viral reservoirs? by Jeannie Wraight Research performed at Case Western found increased levels of HIV in the...

Be About It: Hep B in Asian/Pacific Islander Communities

Talking About It A documentary put human faces on hep B in Asian-American communities by Larry Buhl According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

PRO 140

Chronic Relief? A self-injectable monoclonal antibody vies to become a monotherapy by Chael Needle Anti-HIV agents currently being researched these days seem split between (1) improving regimens...

Long-Term Survivors: More Than Surviving

More Than Surviving A new report calls for aging well with HIV by Chael Needle More than half of the 1.2 million people living with HIV in...

Orphaned Vaccines

Sometimes viewing a complex issue in its most simplistic form can help us to understand where a problem lies. HIV is a virus that...

Transcendental Meditation

State of Mind Got stress? Explore transcendental meditation by Robert Zukowski We have talked at length about complementary, alternative and integrative options that impact the body, our...

Medicaid HCV Blockade

Denial Many states restrict DAA coverage to the sickest of hep C patients by Larry Buhl When direct-acting antiretrovirals (DAAs) for hepatitis C were new, some private...

4 CROI Briefs

Another year of the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI 2016) has come to pass. Here are a few less publicized but important...

Women’s HIV Program: Empowerment Is Treatment

Undetectable is a worthy goal, no doubt about it. A suppressed viral load very often means the individual living with HIV is adherent to...