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Highlights: Wrap-up from CROI 2019

3-12-2019Last week HIV.gov covered HIV research coming out of the 2019 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections.
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CDC Research Highlights from CROI 2019: Molecular Surveillance, PrEP Use among MSM, and Ending the HIV Epidemic (video)

3-8-2019Dr. Jonathan Mermin and Dr. Eugene McCray joined us to share highlights of some of the CDC-supported studies presented at the conference.
Dr. Carl Dieffenbach and Anne Rancourt at Day 3 of CROI 2019

Promising New PrEP Findings and More: Dr. Dieffenbach’s HIV Research Highlights from Day 3 of CROI 2019

3-7-2019Updates from CROI 2019: Promising advance in PrEP option, understanding HIV-associated inflammation, spreading the word about treatment as prevention and #U=U. …
Hands hold a pill box for the week.

HIV-Related Immune Activation May Predict Weight Gain and Exacerbate Complications, Especially in Women

3-7-2019New NIAID-supported research sheds light on the relationship between weight gain in people with HIV and immune activation that can give rise to complications.
Photo of a woman and an posing together and smiling at the camera: Dr. Dieffenbach and his colleague Anne Rancourt

HIV "Cure" Update and More: Research Highlights from CROI 2019 (video)

3-6-2019As the first full day of presentations at the 2019 CROI began to wrap up, we spoke with Dr. Carl Dieffenbach about some of the new HIV research highlights …
A PopART study health worker draws blood from the finger of a study participant for an in-home HIV test.

HIV Prevention Study Finds Universal "Test and Treat" Approach Can Reduce New HIV Infections

3-5-2019NIH-sponsored trial in southern Africa suggests that home-based HIV testing and referral to care works where health workers worked house-to-house.

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