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Step 6: Treatment Success--Suppressed Viral Load

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  • Immediate ART Initiation: Guide for Clinicians

    Susa Coffey's picture

    Immediate antiretroviral therapy (ART) refers to starting HIV treatment as soon as possible after the diagnosis of HIV infection, preferably on the first clinic visit (and even on the same day the HIV diagnosis is made). This strategy also is known as "rapid ART," "same-day ART," and "treatment...

  • AETCs at the 2018 Ryan White Conference

    Judy Collins's picture

    The AETC Program will be well represented at the 2018 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care & Treatment. Additionally, the AETC National Coordinating Resource Center will be exhibiting an array of AETC Program developed resources and promotional items at Booth #12 in...

  • Recap: 17th Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Clinical Care Conference

    Laura Cheever's picture

    Highlights from Laura W. Cheever, MD, ScM, HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau Associate Administrator and Conference Co-Chair

    The field of HIV/AIDS care and treatment continues to evolve rapidly. Groundbreaking developments in HIV research are regularly presented at international meetings and...

  • in+care Campaign Update: The Results are In

    National Quality Center (NQC) has completed its evaluation of the in+care Campaign -- the largest HIV quality improvement initiative carried out at the national level. We are pleased to announce that the Campaign demonstrated significant improvements in national retention and viral load...