Category Archives: CROI 2013

20th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections

Wrapping up CROI 2013, Part 2: Saving babies, reaching young women, and men who have sex with men making a difference

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Science Speaks spent March 3 – 6 at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, covering breaking research news and discussions. Today we will wrap up with a look at how the President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief affects infant mortality, what combination prevention means to young South African women, and where men who have […]

Wrapping up CROI 2013, Part I: TB on the verge, VOICE trial point to future research needs, sequestration consequence points to rough road ahead

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Science Speaks spent March 3 – 6 at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, covering breaking research news and discussions. Today and tomorrow we will wrap up with summaries of sessions, and questions they raised. Today Science Speaks will look at a obstacle for researchers, while presentations pointed to directions for future studies First […]

CROI plenary highlights TB progress, urges care in use of new drugs

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Science Speaks is in Atlanta, Georgia this week and will be live-blogging from the 20th CROI — Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections from Sunday to Wednesday, covering breaking developments from investigators on cure research, new antiretroviral agents, hepatitis, tuberculosis and treatment as prevention. ATLANTA, GA — Andreas Diacon from Stellenbosch University in Cape Town […]

PEPFAR settings see impacts of testing, clinic size, gender on timely initiation of care

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Science Speaks is in Atlanta, Georgia this week and will be live-blogging from the 20th CROI — Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections from Sunday to Wednesday, covering breaking developments from investigators on cure research, new antiretroviral agents, hepatitis, tuberculosis and treatment as prevention. The following is a guest post by HIVMA executive director Andrea […]

Project ACCEPT: More community-based testing and support = less HIV incidence

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Science Speaks is in Atlanta, Georgia this week and will be live-blogging from the 20th CROI — Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections from Sunday to Wednesday, covering breaking developments from investigators on cure research, new antiretroviral agents, hepatitis, tuberculosis and treatment as prevention. The following is a guest post by HIVMA executive director Andrea […]

HIV Self-Testing and ART Initiation at Home: Promising Results from Blantyre Malawi

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Science Speaks is in Atlanta, Georgia this week and will be live-blogging from the 20th CROI — Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections from Sunday to Wednesday, covering breaking developments from investigators on cure research, new antiretroviral agents, hepatitis, tuberculosis and treatment as prevention. ATLANTA, GA — In an area with 18 percent HIV prevalence, […]

CROI plenary: Without focus on MSM epidemic, “an AIDS-free generation is not going to be achievable”

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Science Speaks is in Atlanta, Georgia this week and will be live-blogging from the 20th CROI — Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections from Sunday to Wednesday, covering breaking developments from investigators on cure research, new antiretroviral agents, hepatitis, tuberculosis and treatment as prevention. ATLANTA, GA—Three decades after the AIDS epidemic was noted first among […]

ART for life looks promising for women of Malawi

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Science Speaks is in Atlanta, Georgia this week and will be live-blogging from the 20th CROI — Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections from Sunday to Wednesday, covering breaking developments from investigators on cure research, new antiretroviral agents, hepatitis, tuberculosis and treatment as prevention. ATLANTA, GA — Striking data on early outcomes from 18 months […]

Lusaka study: Starting antiretroviral treatment keep patients coming back

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Science Speaks is in Atlanta, Georgia this week and will be live-blogging from the 20th CROI — Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections from Sunday to Wednesday, covering breaking developments from investigators on cure research, new antiretroviral agents, hepatitis, tuberculosis and treatment as prevention. ATLANTA, GA — For years, as the benefits of early treatment […]

Then there were two? Physician researcher presents the very different case of functionally cured toddler

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Science Speaks is in Atlanta, Georgia this week and will be live-blogging from the 20th CROI — Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections from Sunday to Wednesday, covering breaking developments from investigators on cure research, new antiretroviral agents, hepatitis, tuberculosis and treatment as prevention. ATLANTA, GA — To put this in perspective, about 70 million […]