Monthly Archive: September 2016

4-ADVANCED CLINICAL ASPECTS OF HIV/AIDS

4-ADVANCED CLINICAL ASPECTS OF HIV/AIDS

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It’s not enough to test for HIV and treat it – social factors matter too

It’s not enough to test for HIV and treat it – social factors matter too

Giving HIV-positive people access to antiretrovirals as soon as they become infected is an important step in controlling the infection. The challenge lies in making sure people who know they are infected actually take the drugs.   Author: Deenan Pillay, Director of the Africa Centre for Population Health and Professor of Virology, University of Kwazulu-natal

Seven lessons from AIDS 2016

Seven lessons from AIDS 2016

The 21st International Aids Conference that recently took place in Durban raised important issues on ARVs and treatment as prevention.   Author: Kerry Cullinan