Two new simplified treatment options for people with HIV – a new one a day pill, and a monthly injection – have moved a step closer to availability.
A recent small scale study offers tentative hope of one day being able to activate HIV reservoirs so that it can be totally eradicated from the body
HIV treatment could move to weekly or monthly injections rather than pills every day, but what exactly is in the pipeline?
The British HIV Association (BHIVA) has published the latest draft of its Treatment Guidelines including a recommendation that everyone should receive treatment regardless of CD4 count.
A major study has concluded that ARV therapy should be given as soon as possible after HIV infection is detected, ending years of debate around this issue…
The Opposites Attract Study has released its interim results showing no transmissions from partner to partner in serodiscordant relationships…
14th January 2015, NHS providers in England are able to prescribe Tivicay® (dolutegravir) and Triumeq® (dolutegravir/abacavir/lamivudine) for the treatment of HIV-1 infected adults and adolescents aged 12 years or older.
I’ve taken my medication for granted, but recently things are starting to change and I have to be honest, I’m scared.
A new survey aims to capture the publics feelings and preferences on priorities for the next generation of HIV treatments.