Comorbidities, Coinfections, & Complications

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Coinfection Guidelines (Hep, TB, STIs)

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  • HIV and Heart Disease – NIH Explores the Connection

    HIV-positive men and women can now live longer than ever before. A 2013 study found that a newly diagnosed 20-year-old on effective antiretroviral therapy (ART) can expect to live into their 70s, a lifespan only slightly lower than in people without HIV.[1] While this is great news, physicians...

  • Use of Dolutegravir in Dialysis

    Dolutegravir has several characteristics that, in theory, suggest it will not be significantly removed by dialysis: It has a large apparent volume of distribution (17.4 L) and is highly protein bound (98.9%). A small study of 5 HIV-infected patients with end-stage renal disease undergoing...

  • Updated Opportunistic Infections Guidelines

    Introduction

    New guidelines for OI prevention and treatment include major updates to all sections of the document. There are numerous changes in the recommendations for prevention, diagnosis, and management. Among the highlights are the following.

    TreatmentCMV retinitis

    Intravitreal...

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2/20
Institute of Human Virology (IHV) Case Conference
3/8
Optimizing HIV Care for an Aging Population
3/19
HIV Medical Management: Clinical and Didactic Experience for Providers
3/21
Institute of Human Virology (IHV) Case Conference
5/10
HIV and Hepatitis Management: The New York Course
7/25
African American Hepatitis C Action Day
Event type: Awareness Days
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2/8
2018 Breaking Barriers Summit: Getting to Zero