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Transgender women and men who have sex with men living with HIV show concerning levels of treatment adherence and condom use but above-average mobile ownership and acceptance of mHealth.
Households affected by HIV face higher healthcare costs but lower income, evidence review suggests.
Around 60% of adolescents do not discuss sex with their parents – but those that do are more likely to use sexual and reproductive health services
Vietnam trial offered people who use drugs buprenorphine during HIV clinic visits to see if was as effective at supporting viral suppression as getting methadone from specialist clinics.
Sex worker study in three cities reports low HIV prevalence – but knowledge on HIV prevention and condom use is falling
Government initiative increases retention in care by a third but struggles to expand treatment access or reduce deaths among people with HIV.
Children living with HIV who experience episodes where they have detectable but low-levels of virus in their blood, while on treatment, are at increased risk of viral failure.
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%.