Category Archives: HIV/AIDS

First long-acting injectable treatment for HIV represents an exciting step forward, should be optimized with equity, investment

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First long-acting injectable treatment for HIV represents an exciting step forward, should be optimized with equity, investment Dr. Rajesh Gandhi is the Co-Director of the Harvard Center for AIDS Research and the site leader of the MGH Clinical Research Site in the Harvard/Miriam AIDS Clinical Trials Unit and a scientific member of the Department of […]

How do I know which adolescent girls are at greatest risk for HIV?

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Innovative approaches can help find vulnerable young women in need of HIV prevention services The following is a guest post by Michelle Li, MS, and Quinn Lewis, MIA, of Data.FI project In sub-Saharan Africa, adolescent girls and young women are disproportionately impacted by HIV and are more likely to become infected, compared to their male […]