Middle aged HIV-positive patients have increased risk of `silent` cerebral vascular disease linked to more severe health problems
143  

Middle aged HIV-positive patients have increased risk of `silent` cerebral vascular disease linked to more severe health problems

Prevalence of silent cerebral small-vessel disease (SCSVD) – an important precursor to more serious neurocognitive conditions – is significantly higher among middle-aged HIV-positive patients compared to controls in the general population, according to French research published in Clinical Infectious Diseases.

January 05, 2018

HIV update – 5th January 2017

This week Large drop in HIV diagnoses in London gay men Four sexual health clinics serving large numbers of gay men in London have reported that they diagnosed far fewer gay men with HIV during Hepatitis C virus often found in rectal fluid Our understanding of how ...

January 05, 2017
HIV update – 11th May 2016
87  

HIV update – 11th May 2016

This week HIV transmission and antiretroviral therapy Antiretroviral treatment greatly reduces the risk of transmitting HIV. Several very large studies have now shown that people with undetectable viral load do not Sex after HIV diagnosis To what extent do gay men modify their sexual risk behaviour after ...

May 11, 2016
AIDSmap  News  
HIV update – 27th April 2016
120  

HIV update – 27th April 2016

This week Cheap, imported generic hepatitis C drugs work well A major conference on hepatitis treatment heard lots more good news about the new drugs for hepatitis C. For example, a single pill combining Dropping out of care UK researchers are trying to understand more about the ...

April 27, 2016
AIDSmap  News