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Clues Found to Long-Term HIV Suppression
South African child with HIV reaches 8-plus year survival after only 40 weeks of antiretroviral therapy in infancy.
More Patients With HIV Living in Remission
The degree of the success for HIV remission vary in different parts of the country.
Some HIV Patients With Low Viral Load Forgo Treatment
Prolonged delay in antiretroviral treatment among patients necessitate scrutinization of the current guidelines for HIV therapy.
Top 5 HIV Drugs in the Pipeline
Long-acting HIV medications could solve problems with adherence, reduce costly laboratory tests to monitor their efficacy, and bring down drug costs.
Brain Connectivity Inhibited in HIV-Positive Youth
HIV infection may affect cognition in young patients.
Antiretroviral Treatment Postpartum Improves Health in HIV-Positive Mothers
Continuing ART post-delivery shows benefits in women with early stage HIV,
What Influences COPD Risk in HIV-Positive Patients?
The risk of comorbid chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder in patients infected with HIV may be underestimated.
The Risk of COPD in Patients With HIV
Comorbid chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder may be underestimated in patients with HIV.
How Does Hiding HIV Infection Impact Adherence?
Study examines whether sharing HIV status has an impact on depression or anxiety symptoms.
Sharing HIV Status Not Found to Impact Adherence
HIV non-disclosure not found to have an adverse impact on depression or anxiety symptoms.
New Treatment Approach Can Improve Exhaustion in Multiple Sclerosis
Managing fatigue is a significant burden in multiple sclerosis.
Lifestyle Changes May Improve Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms
Wellness initiatives may help multiple sclerosis patients better manage symptoms of the disease.
Empaglifloxin Improves Blood Pressure in Diabetes
Phase 3 trials showed that empaglifloxin can reduce blood pressure in type 2 diabetes patients.
Asthma Drug Shows Promise in Phase 3 Trial
Benralizumab reduced the annual rate of asthma exacerbations by up to 51%.
Patients With Multiple Sclerosis Need Greater Activity Level
Minimizing sedentary behavior offers potential benefits for people with multiple sclerosis.
Expanded Public Health Programs Could Reduce Spread of HIV
The annual rate of 50,000 new HIV infections has not dropped in over a decade.
Iron Accumulation in Brain a Mysterious Sign in MS
Iron accumulation may precede more pronounced brain atrophy.
MS Study Finds White Matter Declines Before Grey Matter
Evidence shows demyelination and neuroaxonal abnormalities occur in both the white and grey matter of MS patients.
MS Risk Declines as Education Level Rises
Study finds presence of additional environmental risk factors affect the etiology of multiple sclerosis.
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