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HHS Awards $14.5 Million for Local and State HIV/AIDS Planning
The funding is awarded to health departments representing 57 geographic areas to expand treatment and prevention efforts for HIV/AIDS.
Compounding at Melrose Pharmacy
Community Pharmacy Consultant Bruce Kneeland talks with independent pharmacy owner Theresa Dickinson, RPh, discuss compounding at Melrose Pharmacy in Phoenix, Arizona.
FDA OKs Pifeltro, Delstrigo for Use in Virologically Suppressed Patients with HIV
Doravirine (Pifeltro, Merck) and doravirine/lamivudine/tenofovir/disoproxil fumarate (Delstrigo) were initially approved for the treatment of HIV in adults with no prior antiretroviral history.
Long-Term Trends in HIV Mortality Show Prevalence of Underlying Infection
An autopsy-based study examined long-term trends in HIV-related mortality among individuals living with the disease in New York City.
Evolving Strategies in the Management of HIV: An Update for Pharmacists
New and emerging strategies in the management of HIV
Trending News Today: Investigational Long-Acting HIV Injection Shows Efficacy in Study
Top news of the day from across the health care landscape.
Study: Worse Cancer Outcomes in Older Patients with HIV Not Due to Treatment Differences
HIV-related immunosuppression may contribute to an elevated risk of cancer-related morbidity in elderly patients with the disease.
Interventions Demonstrate Success for Increasing Viral Load Suppression in HIV
A study in the Bukoba municipality of Tanzania has suggested that scaling up HIV testing, improving linkages to HIV care, and strengthening retention of antiretroviral therapy interventions can help increase viral load suppression (VLS).
Counseling Patients with HIV/AIDS
It is prudent for pharmacists to stay current with these therapies and prevention strategies, as they are well-positioned to educate and support patients in their illness.
CDC Study Demonstrates Need for More HIV Prevention Efforts Focusing on High-Risk Populations
A study by the CDC has made several findings around injection practices and sexual behaviors among HIV-positive persons who inject drugs.
HIV Vaccine Demonstrates Durability Against Hard-to-Fight Strains
Vaccine found to provide durable protection against the “death star” HIV strain, which is notably hard to fight.
Single Tablet Regimen for HIV Studied in Women and in Virologically Suppressed Patients With Known Resistance
Data from a pair of phase 3 trials were recently presented at the 10th International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2019) in Mexico City.
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