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Study identifies new structural drivers of Uganda’s HIV epidemic alongside the persistence of known drivers such as stigma and gender-based violence.
Two-thirds of people with second-line treatment failure can reach viral suppression following adherence support in West Africa.
Delayed language development found in HIV-negative two-year-olds exposed to the virus during pregnancy.
Vouchers can play a role in empowering more women to take up early contraceptive services after pregnancy.
Qualitative study in Mozambique highlights how structural challenges around viral load monitoring can disempower health workers and people living with HIV.
New study finds that questionnaire can improve self-report measures of adherence in children at low-cost.
Differentiated care models need further investigation to support people living with HIV with taking their antiretroviral treatment (ART).
Giving patients their viral load test results on the same day improves viral load suppression rates and motivates patients to remain healthy.
Community Adolescent Treatment Supporters (CATS), a type of peer mentor in Zimbabwe, are a powerful tool to improve treatment outcomes and psychosocial wellbeing for young people living with HIV.
Although older adults in Uganda showed a high regard for the importance of antiretroviral treatment, structural factors such as wait times and ageism still provide barriers to adherence.