Tag Archives: Dr. Renee Ridzon

CROI 2016: HIV trial data raises the question of how to end an epidemic when men are “missing but in action . . .”

By on .

Where are the men? In HIV responses across the countries hardest hit by the pandemic, the subject of men comes up often — as sugar daddies who drive HIV acquisition among school girls, as partners of pregnant women living with HIV, and as men who beat their wives — or, as it is more often put […]

HIV briefing panelists: Science yielded answers, now is the time to speed their application

By on .

“In 1985, I managed only dying patients,” Dr. Myron Cohen told a packed room in the Russell Senate Office Building today. By 1995 that had changed, he added. In 2013, he continued, people with HIV stay alive and healthy with one pill a day. Cohen, along with fellow panelists Dr. Chris Beyrer, Dr. Laura Guay, […]