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  1. Combined Antiretroviral Treatment and Heterosexual Transmission of HIV-1: Cross Sectional and Prospective Cohort Study, Jorge Del Romero et al., British Medical Journal (2010)

    This study concluded that there is a significant impact of combined antiretroviral treatment on the rate of HIV transmission in heterosexual HIV-discordant couples. The study, which took place in Spain, found that of the 476 couples where the HIV positive ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 9/21/2019 6:03pm

  2. Living With HIV, Global Network of People Living With HIV (GNP+) (2010)

    This document from the Global Network of People Living With HIV (GNP+) is designed to give an overview of the impact of the HIV epidemic from the perspective of HIV positive individuals. It analyses various factors that had an effect—either positive or ne ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/28/2017 2:18pm

  3. HIV Prevalence Rates Among Men Who Have Sex with Men in the Southern United States: Population-Based Estimates by Race/Ethnicity, Spencer Lieb et al., AIDS and Behavior (2010).

    This study estimated HIV prevalence rates among men who have sex with men (MSM) across the Southern United States by race and ethnicity. These estimated rates can help guide resource allocation and assist advocacy, outreach, care, and treatment. The study ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 5/8/2013 1:46pm

  4. HIV Non-Disclosure and the Criminal Law: Establishing Policy Options for Ontario, Eric Mykhalovskiy, Ph.D. et al., Ontario HIV Treatment Network (2010)

     This report was written in response to the growing concerns over the use of criminal law to address the risk of sexual transmission of HIV or AIDS in Ontario, Canada. Working from interviews and surveys with many different stakeholders, the report analyz ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 8/9/2017 2:09pm

  5. Where HIV is a Crime, Not Just a Virus, Edwin J. Bernard, HIV Treatment Update (2010)

    This article discusses the global trend in the creation of laws specifically aimed at criminalizing HIV exposure. At the time of the article, 63 countries had at least one jurisdiction with HIV-specific criminal laws—a number on the rise, particularly in ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 8/16/2017 11:00am

  6. How Reliable is an Undetected Viral Load?, C. Combescure et. al., HIV Medicine (2009)

    A study by the Swiss Federal AIDS Commission on patients who were treated with highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) concluded in 2009 that individuals with a stable, low viral load for at least six months were extremely unlikely to transmit HIV. I ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 12/3/2017 11:34am

  7. The development of antiretroviral therapy and its impact on the HIV-1 AIDS pandemic, Samuel Broder, M.D., Antiviral Research

    This article explores the history of antiretroviral therapy development and the impact the therapy has had on the HIV/AIDS pandemic. It examines the issues this new disease posed to the scientific community, specifically the limitations clinical researche ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 5/8/2013 1:46pm

  8. HIV Treatment in U.S. Prisons, Sarah E. Wakeman and Josiah D. Rich, 4 HIV Ther. 505 (2010)

    This article presents information about the HIV-positive prison population in the United States, and suggests solutions to increase diagnosis, prevent intra-prison transmission, and continue treatment for individuals after their release. The article autho ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 5/8/2013 1:46pm

  9. Sex Work, Criminalization, and HIV: Lessons from Advocacy History, Anna Forbes, BETA (2010)

    Sex workers are frequently omitted from discussions about the links between criminalization, marginalization, and increased HIV transmission. At the IAS 2010 conference in Vienna, substantial attention was focused on the negative impacts that criminalizat ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/14/2017 11:19am

  10. Heterosexual risk of HIV-1 infection per sexual-act: systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies, Marie-Claude Boily et al., The Lancet (2009)

    This study follows up on an earlier study by the same authors examining per-act heterosexual HIV transmission probabilities. It is a systematic review and analysis of all available study data related to the likelihood of heterosexual HIV transmission. The ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 8/16/2017 11:20am

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