Smartphone-enabled video observation of tuberculosis treatment (VOT) was effective and has multiple advantages over traditional directly observed therapy (DOT). In the full follow-up period, completed
The first documented case of primary resistance to all integrase strand transfer inhibitors (INSTIs) in an ART-naive woman raises questions about universal screening for INSTI
A trial in Malawi showed that self-test kits given to pregnant women for their male partners along with a monetary incentive improved male HIV testing.
As A Strategy for HIV Prevention, Disabling the CCR5 Gene in Embryos Implanted in HIV-Negative Mothers Makes Zero Sense
Dr. Paul Sax weighs in on scientist He Jiankui’s “disturbing” gene-editing experiment, in HIV and ID Observations. Chinese scientist He Jiankui recently announced he used an
In antiretroviral-naive adults with HIV infection, the two-drug regimen was noninferior to a standard three-drug regimen. Two-drug antiretroviral therapy (ART)regimens for ART-naive adults with HIV
Aggressive rollout of preexposure prophylaxis among high-risk MSM in New South Wales was associated with a 31% decline in new HIV infections compared with the
This is encouraging information coming from the United States. Hope African countries will reproduce the same clinical data with aggressive and widespread disease management. Rates of viral suppression among people living with HIV in United Sates nearly tripled over the past two decades