Bottom line: HIV probably does increase risk but not as much as some of the more traditional modifiable risk factors (like smoking). Hopefully, in the future the START study results whether treatment practices should be changed. .
Why are we blogging?
The JSI and WORLD EDUCATION CENTER for HIV and AIDS launched this blog as an effort to share more widely among our JSI and World Education staff worldwide, as well as external colleagues, reports from the XVIII International AIDS Conference in Vienna, Austria.
I’ve been fortunate to attend international HIV conferences for many years. Several of those conferences stand out in my memory for the results they produced. In Vancouver (1996), researchers first announced the results of the highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) clinical trials—changing the future for millions of us living with HIV. In Durban (2000), delegates … Continue reading “USAID IMPACT Blog: Mobile Clinics in India Take to the Road”