Daily Archives: October 18, 2012

ID Week: Awareness, treatment options, research needed to address HIV/Hepatitis B coinfection

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SAN DIEGO, CA- With liver disease the second leading killer of people living with HIV and one in every six HIV-positive people in resource-poor settings co-infected with Hepatitis B, efforts to increase awareness, screening, prevention, treatment access and research of effective treatments are needed, Dr. Chloe Thio told an audience at  ID Week, this morning. […]

ID Week: Biomedical prevention efforts must address range of challenges

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San Diego, CA — At a symposium entitled “Challenges and Opportunities in HIV Prevention today at ID Week, Jean Marrazzo offered a summation of the pre-exposure phophylaxis (PrEP) research findings and highlighted some of the nuances and unanswered questions about disparate study results. She began by defining the now widely used term “biomedical prevention” as […]