March 22nd 2023
Stem cell transplants are not being proposed as treatments for HIV, but this case and a handful of others offer promising confirmation that HIV is not entirely incurable.
February 17th 2023
Disparities in HIV Prescribing Narrowed As Federal Guidelines Changed, Study FindsJanuary 4th 2023
But disparities among White, Black and Hispanic patients were largest among those with private insurance, according to findings reported in JAMA. The researchers speculate that differences in dealing with prior authorization may have widened disparities in the prescribing integrase strand transfer inhibitors (INSTIs).
They Are Still There. Barriers to HIV Testing and Care.November 1st 2022
In a conversation with Managed Healthcare Executive®, Genoa Healthcare Sales Director Jennifer Finocchiaro discusses social determinants of health, the LGBTQ+ community and the demographic contours of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
University of Miami Researchers Are Studying Links Between COVID-19, HIV and Evolution of New VariantsOctober 5th 2022
People with HIV are more susceptible to getting COVID-19 and having a severe case. Researchers at the University of Miami Miller of School of Medicine are heading up an NIAID-funded study that will use artificial intelligence to observe the overlap of the two infectious diseases and the evolution new variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19.
How President Biden Can Meet His Pledge to End HIV by 2030September 19th 2022
Preexposure prophylaxis and emphasizing the U=U (undetectable = untransmittable) message are central to the efforts to end the HIV epidemic, a goal that the Biden administration picked up from the Trump administration.