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Fat gain associated with viral load, not treatment
11 March, 2015
Not treatment but the HIV infection is responsible for fat fain in people living with HIV.
Smoking is the largest contributing factor to non-AIDS related cancers for PLHIV
9 March, 2015
Research show that smoking is the largest contributor to the burden of non-AIDS related cancers for PLHIV.
HIV treatment coverage among key populations low in Cameroon
6 March, 2015
Antiretroviral treatment coverage among men who have sex with men (MSM) and female sex workers (FSW) in Cameroon is extremely low.
Ebola disrupts HIV care in Sierra Leone
4 March, 2015
The resent Ebola outbreak has a devastating effect on HIV services in the effected region making it difficult or impossible for people to access HIV care.
Abstinence and faithfulness programmes not effective
2 March, 2015
Abstinence and faithfulness programmes have no significant impact on sexual behaviour, or reduction in HIV incidence reveals analysis of sexual health data from 22 different countries.
XDR-TB acquired via transmission, not treatment failure
27 February, 2015
The large majority of cases of extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR-TB) in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa, were acquired via person-to-person, and not as a result of treatment failure, as originally believed.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) 86% effective in reducing HIV among MSM
25 February, 2015
The use of ART as PrEP has been shown to be 86% effective in preventing new HIV infections among men who have sex with men, and 96% effective with serodifferent couples.
HIV continues to be a major health concern in Europe
23 February, 2015
HIV remains a major health concern in the European Union and European Economic Areas mainly within key populations such as men who have sex with men, migrants and people who inject drugs.