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NYU Research: Borderline Personality Disorder Strongly Associated with Risk of STI/HIV Transmission Among Incarcerated Heterosexual African American Males

The study is the first to examine severity of BPD symptoms and STI/HIV risk behaviors in a sample of incarcerated men, demonstrating ...

Promoting abstinence, fidelity for HIV prevention is ineffective

In a study of nearly 500,000 individuals in 22 countries, researchers could not find any evidence that these programs had an impact ...

Funding decline for a U.S. government HIV/AIDS initiative raises concerns

UCLA research reveals a 33% drop in key part of PEPFAR budget from 2013 to 2014 ... Full story

Decline in HIV cases in Norway in 2015

221 new cases of HIV were diagnosed in Norway in 2015, a decline from 249 cases in 2014. The main decline is among men who have sex with men (MSM), according to a new report from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. There is little change in the HIV situation among the other groups compared with 2014. ... Full story

‘Fireflies’ Light the Way to Understanding Female HIV Transmission

Glowing virus maps points of entry through entire female reproductive tract for first time ... Full story

An HIV Prevention Pill for Transgender Persons

UC launches first in the nation demonstration project; UC San Diego School of Medicine part of effort ... Full story

New study will test the effectiveness of at-home HIV testing for male couples

ANN ARBOR—Relationships bring with them lots of issues: Who will do the laundry? The cooking? Pay the bills? ... Full story

New study tests the effectiveness of at-home HIV testing for male couples

ANN ARBOR—Relationships bring with them lots of issues: Who will do the laundry? The cooking? Pay the bills? ... Full story

HIV prevention trial tests virus-blocking antibody

Despite years of research, there is no preventive vaccine against HIV. Now, a clinical trial sponsored by the National Institutes of Health will provide people with one of the things a vaccine is supposed to stimulate in the body -- antibodies that neutralize the virus – with the aim of preventing viral infection. ... Full story

Botswana study shows 96% rate of viral suppression for patients on HIV drugs

Ahead of many Western nations, African country close to meeting new UNAIDS testing and treatment targets ... Full story

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