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Top Stories on November 14, 2017
How Can We Keep People With HIV in Care? New Research Offers Insights

Two recent studies looked at patient and provider issues that impact retention in care, and offered new insights that might help end disparities in the HIV care continuum. on Twitter
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“Caring at Its Essence”: HIV Nurses Recall Pivotal Moments With Patients

At the 2017 Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC) conference, HIV nurses shared their memory of a moment in which their unique perspective made a big difference in the care of a particular patient.

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Starting in the HIV Field? Here’s Advice From People Who’ve Been There

What’s the best way to begin working in HIV without feeling lost or alone? We asked several community leaders to give advice to people who are newly entering the field.

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This Week in HIV Research: Quality of Life Is About More Than Viral Suppression

This week, we get an important reminder that an HIV-positive person’s sense of wellbeing doesn’t start and end with an undetectable viral load.

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Low Dietary Calcium Tied to Low BMD With HCV but Not HIV

New HIV Rate Similar Above and Below Age 45 in 86,836-Person U.S. Study

HIV Remission: The Quest to Turn Lessons From Exceptional Cases Into Solutions

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