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Men who have sex with men (MSM) seeking support because of chemsex are a diverse group and have a range of behaviours that pose a high risk to their physical health and psycho-social wellbeing, according to research published in Sexually Transmitted Infections. Analysing the needs of gay and bisexual men seeking support from Antidote
Half of gay and bisexual men using PrEP in Australia would be interested in switching from taking daily PrEP to taking on-demand PrEP, and this interest was most strongly associated with having sex infrequently and concerns about long term side effects. The survey was carried out by Dr Vincent Cornelisse and colleagues and
Starting antiretroviral therapy (ART) has significant benefits and entails few risks for individuals with a low pre-treatment viral load, according to analysis of results from a large treatment initiation study published in the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. Prompt initiation of ART was associated with robust increases in CD4 cell count, sustained viral suppression
Tuberculosis incidence in sub-Saharan Africa is falling too slowly to meet global targets of an 80% reduction by 2030, and where incidence is falling, the decline is strongly associated with the extent of antiretroviral coverage in people living with HIV, a study by former World Health Organization modelling experts has found. The findings, published in
A fifth of HIV-positive adults in the United States regularly experience symptoms of anxiety, according to research published in AIDS. Individuals with symptoms of generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) had poor engagement with the HIV care continuum, and also had high rates of poverty, homelessness and drug use. There was also evidence of an elevated prevalence
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