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The 13th Annual Retrovirus Conference will be held February 5–9, 2006, at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. For details, visit www.retroconference.org.
On September 28, the FDA approved a 10-mg/mL oral formula of FTC. The drug is now indicated in combination with other antiretrovirals for patients as . . .
An experimental vaccine to prevent HIV has elicited such a strong immune response in clinical trial participants that researchers are planning to double trial enrollment . . .
Federal data indicate that the rate of AIDS-related deaths among inmates in jails and state prisons has declined significantly during the past 15 years. For . . .
Data released by the CDC in June indicate that the annual incidence of HIV infection in San Francisco is about 1.2%, the lowest rate reported . . .
As part of the WHO “3 by 5” initiative, the Ugandan government set a goal of providing antiretroviral therapy to 60,000 individuals by the end . . .
HIV treatment guidelines from DHHS/IDSA were recently updated to include the following recommendations:
The World Health Organization has announced that it is unlikely to meet its goal of treating 3 million people for HIV by the end of . . .
From 1999 to 2003, the number of people infected with HIV in the U.S. increased by 15% among women and 1% among men. Most women . . .
Only two thirds of individuals tested for HIV at CDC-funded sites in 2000 returned for their test results. Other such key statistics — as well . . .