Risk of genetically-linked partner infection 93% lower with early antiretroviral therapy.
The number of prescriptions increased over time, from 3746 in 2013 to 14 756 in 2014 and 30 967 in 2015, with significant gains noted in California, New York, Texas, and Florida, accounting for 43% of new PrEP prescriptions.
After finding that the original regimen reduced HIV infection rates among participants in Thailand by 31% over 3.5 years, the study tested immune responses of South African volunteers to a modified RV144 regimen.
Deaths continue 10-year decline, but new infections on the rise in many countries, especially in Africa.
All this week, we report live from the AIDS 2016 conference in Durban.
African study shows women who use dapivirine ring consistently cut their risk of infection.
Screening and treatment for infectious diseases are rarely made available to inmates.
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