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A pilot scheme that immediately rebooks and provides a reminder for an HIV retest six months later increases attendance by 25%.
People on integrase inhibitors found to gain more weight on average than those on other treatment regimens
In all regions, children show significant immune recovery after switching to second-line treatment, but still too many children switch late.
Rapid HIV testing at six weeks more than doubles the proportion of HIV-positive newborns getting a confirmatory diagnosis.
If you’re living with HIV and wondering how the new coronavirus may affect you, here are some tips to help you look after yourself.
Lay health worker-led psychotherapy is an effective and cost-effective strategy to improve mental health outcomes among people living with HIV in low-resourced settings.
People with advanced HIV disease, opportunistic infections, or those not accessing treatment should be extra vigilant during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a new resource, released in advance of World Tuberculosis Day (24 March), the World Health Organization (WHO) has outlined the key considerations for tuberculosis (TB) care services in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
New review suggests that between 50% and 70% of older people living with HIV are being prescribed drugs in error, highlighting treatment challenges for this population.
Two-thirds of South African mothers living with HIV are on effective treatment following the birth of their child, but only one-third of younger mothers are.