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HIVMA releases chronic pain treatment guidelines for patients with HIV

September 14, 2017

All patients with HIV should be screened for chronic pain because research has shown that many suffer from it, according to guidelines published by the HIV Medicine Association.

For those who have chronic pain, HIV clinicians should take a multidisciplinary approach using nondrug treatment as the first-line option, the guidelines’ authors wrote in Clinical Infectious Diseases.

In the Journals

PrEP safe, effective for teens at risk for HIV, yet adherence remains low

September 13, 2017
Although preexposure prophylaxis was found to be safe and well tolerated among adolescent men who have sex with men at increased risk of HIV, rates of medication
In the Journals

Nearly 40% of HIV-positive children in Zimbabwe remain undiagnosed

August 4, 2017
HIV testing through local clinics failed to diagnose more than one-third of HIV-positive children in Zimbabwe, highlighting the need for community-based approaches to…

USAID awards up to $25 million to advance vaginal ring for HIV prevention

August 2, 2017
The International Partnership for Microbicides, or IPM, will receive up to $25 million over 5 years from the United States Agency for International Development to…
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Immunizations for Internationally Adopted Children

Pediatric Annals, August 2010, Volume 39 Issue 8
From 2000 to 2009, nearly 200,000 children were adopted from outside the United States.1 Although numbers have…
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Youth Suicide: August 2017

AKH Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare and Psychiatric Annals

Suicidal ideation and behavior, as well as death by suicide, in children and adolescents present a particularly…
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Gene surgery effectively removes HIV-1 from human cells

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