The HIV pandemic and the COVID-19 pandemic are similar in key ways. Both exposed inequalities, became politicized, and require nuanced messaging.
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A new HIV vaccine shows promise in monkeys for longer-term protection. The work could also help in finding a coronavirus vaccine.
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Revised blood donation restrictions for men who have sex with men have summoned calls for a permanent lifting of the rules. An expert weighs in.
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The right kind of antibodies can mobilize into a fighting force that can take on HIV, researchers report. The new work could lead to an HIV vaccine.
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Domestic violence and illicit drug use plummeted among women who realized they could live decades longer than expected because of a new HIV treatment.
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Our immune systems can fight off a huge range of viral invaders, but HIV can avoid a protein that specializes in hunting viruses. New research explains how.
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Getting better access to testing and primary care for people vulnerable to HIV could be as simple as a telephone call or email among health providers.
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Taking antiretroviral therapies for HIV while pregnant or nursing has little effect on baby brain development, research in Malawi and Uganda shows.
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"Today, HIV is considered a chronic, treatable condition. However, this study found that many patients continue to view it as a death sentence."
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