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Rates of transmitted HIV drug resistance increased only slightly

15 April, 2015

Rates of transmitted HIV drug resistance have only increased modestly in low and middle income countries according to new research published in PLoS Medicine.

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First successful use of synthetic antibodies against HIV in humans

10 April, 2015

Successful trail in humans with synthetic antibodies against HIV

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Early uptake of HIV treatment has doubled in the UK

2 April, 2015

Early uptake of HIV treatment among people living with HIV in the UK has more than doubled over a five-year period between 2008 and 2011.

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OST positively affects treatment adherence for people who inject drugs

1 April, 2015

People living with HIV who inject drugs have a 68% increase in the odds of refilling their antiretroviral treatment (ART) prescriptions after being exposed to opiate substitution therapy (OST).

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Trial studies likely to fail if community not actively involved in study set up

27 March, 2015

A recently published study about the failure of the Vaginal and Oral Interventions to Control the Epidemic (VOICE) trial in the New England Journal of Medicine, argues that the negative outcome of the study was not associated with the non-effectiveness of the product, but the participants deceit and lack of compliance.

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