Tag: HIV treatment

A large, well-designed clinical trial called START has confirmed that by initiating anti-HIV therapy early—when their CD4+ cell counts are still relatively high—HIV-positive people can significantly reduce their risk of developing AIDS, other serious illnesses unrelated to AIDS or dying. According to the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), the results from… Read more »

HIV-MEDIC Online Project: Seeking Research Participants

Health and social service professionals and community workers who offer services, support and followup to people living with HIV who are on treatment are invited to share this HIV-MEDIC Online Project recruitment information with their clients. Lifelong optimal adherence to antiretroviral therapy remains a major daily challenge for people living with HIV (PLHIV). Consequently, it… Read more »