In this Viewpoint, Anthony Fauci discusses the limits of current treatment and prevention approaches to the HIV epidemic and proposes that the addition of an HIV vaccine is necessary to slow and end it.
A 57-year-old man presented with a history of HIV, hyperlipidemia, and major depressive disorder reporting depression and insomnia. He was taking bupropion but recent life events led to increased depressive symptoms. How would you proceed?
This analysis examines intervention communities in rural Uganda and Kenya in an ongoing cluster randomized trial to assess the change in the proportions of HIV-positive residents diagnosed with HIV, treated with ART, and achieving HIV viral suppression.
This Arts and Medicine essay reviews the 2017 ArtAIDSAmerica Chicago exhibit, which highlights work that expresses the suffering, grief, and anger caused by the AIDS crisis in the pre-ZDV era.
This Arts and Medicine essay reviews David Frances’s book, How to Survive a Plague, an extensive account of the AIDS activists in the 1980s and 1990s who effectively mobilized to provide medical treatment and support for those suffering from the disease.
In this Viewpoint, former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Thomas Frieden and colleagues review the Center’s 2010 Winnable Battles initiative, and discuss target areas where they met and fell short of their public health goals.
This Arts and Medicine essay reviews the play Roz and Ray, which explores the evolving relationship between a hematologist and the father of twin boys with hemophilia who contract HIV during the early AIDs epidemic.
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