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CROI 2013

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Andy Skean

Assistant Editor
Physician’s Weekly


Andy Skean (click to view)

Andy Skean

Assistant Editor
Physician’s Weekly

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New research is being presented at CROI 2013, the 20th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections from March 3-6, in Atlanta, GA.

Meeting Highlights

The Impact of the CDC’s Opt-0ut HIV Testing Recommendation

Smoking Among Patients With HIV

Health Insurance & Durable Viral Suppression

CD4 Counts in Youth With Behaviorally Acquired HIV

HIV Testing in Commercially Insured Pregnant Women


News From the Conference

“Functional Cure” Seen in HIV-Infected Child

HIV Drugs Ease Inflammation in “Controllers”

Tenofovir Alafenamide Appears Easier on Kidneys

Continuing Cotrimoxazole in Kids on ART Reduces Hospitalizations

Extra Drug Hikes HCV Regimen’s Efficacy

Pre-Exposure HIV Prophylaxis Type Doesn’t Matter

Very Early Antiretroviral Treatment Limits the Size of HIV Reservoir

Select CDC Studies of Interest

VOICE Trial Results

Drug Combo Scores Early Against HCV/HIV

All-Oral Regimens Work in HCV

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