HIV infection had ravaged Amber's immune system, but not her spirit. Here: her story told by the physician who continues to walk with her.


A new study investigates the impact of epidemiologic factors on time trends for AIDS-defining and non-AIDS-defining cancers.

The downward trend in incidence parallels increased life-expectancy among infected patients stabilized on HAART. However, a new study finds that not all populations are equally affected.

A recent study uses results of advanced coronary vessel imaging to compare the presence and extent of subclinical atherosclerosis in HIV-infected and non-infected men.

Prevention counseling has been shown to reduce sexual risk-taking among HIV-infected patients. A new study shows, however, that very few of the highest-risk patients receive intervention.

Treatment for HIV infection initiated within 3 months of diagnosis can shorten time to viral suppression, a new study finds.

Antiretroviral therapy has greatly reduced the incidence of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. But, a new study finds the risk is still high even at low levels of HIV infection.

These presentations provided a wealth of data suggesting that very early treatment of HIV may help control viremia and achieve remission over time in pediatric patients.


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