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Ending the HIV epidemic in black communities requires more than staying the course

Ending the HIV epidemic in black communities requires more than staying the course
Infectious Disease News, February 2018
Melanie A Thompson, MD
Guest Commentary

Commentary: Ending the HIV epidemic in black communities

February 7, 2018
Feb. 7 is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. To mark the occasion, Melanie A. Thompson, MD, chair of the HIV Medicine Association, discusses the disproportionate

HIV-positive, exposed children more likely to have worse neurodevelopmental outcomes

February 2, 2018
Children who are HIV-positive or have been exposed to HIV are at increased risk of having poorer outcomes regarding cognitive and motor development when compared with

NIH launches phase 3 trial assessing dolutegravir in pregnant women

January 26, 2018
The NIH announced that it has launched a large international trial to compare the safety and efficacy of current WHO-recommended first-line ART and two other HIV…
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Healthy Baby/Healthy Child

Preventing HIV Infection—What Pediatricians Should Know About HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis

Pediatric Annals, January 2018, Volume 47 Issue 1
I recently diagnosed my first adolescent patient with new-onset HIV. As a primary care pediatrician, these cases are…
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Menstruation: September 2015

Keck School of Medicine of USC and Pediatric Annals

Menstruation is still considered a key developmental milestone, signaling not only passage into young adulthood but…
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American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference & Exhibition

American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference & Exhibition

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VIDEO: Option B+ discussed at CROI 2016

February 27, 2016
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