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HIV self-testing recruitment strategies, using social media influencers or community organisations, are both effective, but reach different groups of gay men.
HIV drug resistance among treatment-naïve people in China rising rapidly from 2012 and tops 10% in Central China.
A pilot scheme that immediately rebooks and provides a reminder for an HIV retest six months later increases attendance by 25%.
Study among transgender women and men who have sex with men finds those who opt for online supervised HIV-self testing are more likely to test positive but less likely to seek treatment than those testing offline.
The most comprehensive study to date of peer outreach in Vietnam finds it significantly increases HIV knowledge and testing and reduces risky behaviour.
People between the ages of 18-30 who inject drugs in India, are a critical sub-population driving the HIV epidemic in the country.
Increasing exposure to integrated HIV services for men who have sex with men and people who inject drugs in India may be a critical determinant of services’ success.
Study finds that younger populations under 25, transgender women, and new clients least likely to be adherent
Gay men in China could benefit from more information around PrEP to increase uptake and curb new HIV infections in this group.
Despite moderate HIV testing rates among men who have sex with men using apps in Tokyo, more needs to be done to reach those not attached to the gay community.