Dispatches From Seattle
Updates from the 2015 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections.
No Reused Needles
The World Health Organization calls for universal use of smart syringes.
A new molecule effectively blocked a simian version of HIV from attaching to immune cells.
An aggressive form of HIV appears to surface in Cuba.
Rare ocular syphilis strikes six, blinding two, in Washington state.
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People with HIV have high rates of smoking, low rates of quitting.
Ninety-one percent of HIV passes from those unaware of status or not in care.
Kidneys from donors with HIV transplant well into HIV-positive recipients.
Early HIV treatment advantage is lost if treatment is interrupted.
HIV Coinfection Doubles Risk
Pregnant women with hep C have 6% chance of passing virus to baby.
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Early human trial of potential HIV functional cure approved.
Critiquing UNAIDS HIV prevention goals, AVAC calls for honed strategy.
New guidelines for bone care among people with HIV.
HIV viral rebounds predict fibrosis in HCV-coinfected people.
Success or Underreporting?
Only one case of occupational HIV acquisition confirmed by CDC since 1999.
Currently approved HIV drugs at a glance.