New NIH research data show the effects of temporarily stopping antiretroviral therapy on HIV reservoirs and viral loads in patients....
CDC finds certain demographics are living with undiagnosed HIV infection much longer than are others.
New NIH-sponsored clinical trial compares the efficacy and safety of an injectable with the orally distributed HIV contraception.
Researchers find the combination of online forums and health care professional involvement may help reduce the stigma of HIV testing....
Researchers conduct one of the first cross-sectional studies of factors associated with kidney disease in Asian patients with HIV.
This case involves a 49-year-old U.S. Army veteran (service included time in Somalia and Panama) with a history of HIV, diabetes mellitus, and...
The case history has been the cornerstone of clinical learning since the first record of medical encounters in...
SAN DIEGO – Accepted donors with tattoos increased 13-fold in California and 3-fold in Arizona after statewide regulations were enacted.
BERLIN – Rising rates of methamphetamine use – particularly among men who have sex with men – are raising concerns.
CDC researchers found that the trend of HIV testing is lower in some groups, based on gender and cultural identity.