Skin disorders in patients with HIV are painful and disfiguring, making prompt recognition essential to ensure timely treatment and preserve ...
Data indicates the need for greater emphasis on linkage to care and retention in care in order to achieve the ...
Current evidence suggests probiotics may be beneficial for patients with HIV or AIDS, potentially alleviating HIV-related symptoms and/or delaying disease ...
In addition to an elevated risk for developing cardiovascular disease, alcohol consumption poses significant health risks in patients with HIV ...
Addressing HIV-related stigma, burden of disclosure, and privacy issues is key to optimizing care in patients with HIV.
Next-generation sequencing technologies promise to improve assessment of the human microbiome, potentially opening the door to a wider set of ...
In the United States and Europe, the risk of HIV transmission from mother to infant had declined to historically low ...
The CDC updated guidelines to the USSPR.
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