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Opioid agonist therapy (OAT) must be widely disseminated and increased in Ukraine in order to optimize HIV prevention and treatment goals, according to a recent study published in The Lancet.
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Antiretroviral therapy may not be entirely effective in restoring the immune protection resulting from viral infections or childhood vaccines received prior to becoming HIV-positive.
 
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The findings support the inclusion of these patient populations in ICI-based clinical trials and treatment.
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Hospitalization offers unique opportunities to engage out-of-care individuals with the ultimate goal of improving their HIV outcomes and reducing health disparities.
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The app takes the authoritative, evidence-based 2015 World Health Organization pre-exposure prophylaxis guidelines and adapts for a mobile device.
 
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The loss of immunity, also referred to as “HIV-associated immune amnesia,” could be related to why people with HIV who are on ART still have shorter lives on average than people without HIV, the study noted.  
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Dosing based around the frequency of sexual activity provides adequate protection for men vulnerable to HIV infection.
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Study shows a high burden of sexually transmitted infections among both individuals starting and persistently using PrEP.
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Among eligible MSM, PrEP use is associated with lower levels of HIV anxiety, a mental health benefit that could be incorporated into initiatives that aim to increase uptake. 
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Through the Ready, Set, PrEP program, qualified patients from across the United States can access PrEP medication for the prevention of HIV, for free.
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Program allows women in sub-Saharan Africa who visited any of 16 different maternal-child health centers to receive a behavioral assessment designed to provide information about HIV risk, learn about PrEP, and obtain a prescription for PrEP, if desired.