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Major treatment trial concludes time is of the essence

28 May, 2015

A major trial reveals the health benefits of early treatment for people living with HIV. The implications of this study could be a game-changer for the delivery of HIV treatment globally.

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Silence as Russia’s HIV epidemic grows

21 May, 2015

Russia is one of a handful of countries where new HIV infections continue to rise. National silence on the issue and conservative laws are perpetuating the Russian epidemic.

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Hope for women in fight against HIV

12 May, 2015

A pan-African study exploring the use of a vaginal ring to prevent transmission of HIV reveals this tool could help to address the power imbalance many women face when trying to negotiate safe safe.

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Implant could revolutionise HIV treatment

7 May, 2015

The development of a subdermal implant to administer antiretroviral treatment could radically change HIV treatment regimens and improve adherence.

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Disclosure not automatically linked to mental well-being

5 May, 2015

Disclosure of HIV status is not associated with reduced depression or anxiety levels, fewer problems with treatment adherence or improved HIV outcomes according to a British study presented at the British HIV Association conference in Brighton last week

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Increased risk of HIV after circumcision

30 April, 2015

Research found that men who have undergone circumcision are at greater risk of HIV transmission immediately after the procedure.

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HIV self-testing kits go on sale in Britain

27 April, 2015

HIV self-test kits are on sale as of today in England, Scotland and Wales

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Best results for women when using PrEP daily

23 April, 2015

Adherence to PrEP significantly improves when taken daily by women.

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