Top Stories on January 10, 2017
Top Stories on January 10, 2017

A new provider training centralizes the lived experiences of black gay and bisexual men, and transgender people. Heather Boerner takes an in-depth look.

This Week in HIV Research: Vitamin D May Protect Against HIV; and Protease Inhibitor Monotherapy

This week, a study examines how two precursor forms of vitamin D may help protect against HIV infection.

Paul Sax, M.D., Top Stories in HIV Medicine for 2016

From cure research to developments in prevention and vaccines, Paul Sax, M.D., identifies what he considers the five most most important HIV-related stories of last year.

NIH Launches First Large Trial of a Long-Acting Injectable Drug for HIV Prevention

The study will examine whether a long-acting form of the investigational anti-HIV drug cabotegravir injected once every 8 weeks can safely protect men and transgender women from HIV infection.

Young Gay Men of Color Accept PrEP, but Struggle With Adherence

At the PrEP Summit, I Saw the Hope and Challenges of HIV Prevention Today

Patient Navigators for Hepatitis C Patients Found Useful in New York City
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