ART price reduction to be ensured in Kyrgyzstan
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ART price reduction to be ensured in Kyrgyzstan

More than 100 experts in the HIV/AIDS response area from all over the country convened at a round table in Bishkek (Kyrgyz Republic) on November 13 to discuss the issues of increasing access to medicines and ensuring the transparent functioning of medical institutions. The meeting ...

November 14, 2017
ECUO  News  
Roundtable on ART accessibility is being carried out in Bishkek
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Roundtable on ART accessibility is being carried out in Bishkek

The round table with government officials, leading country and international experts in the area of HIV/IDS response on expand the availability of medicines and ensuring transparency of medical institutions is being held in Bishkek (Kyrgyz Republic) today. The event is organized by ECUO PLWH and the ...

November 13, 2017
ECUO  News  
Discussion on PrEP at the XVI European AIDS Conference (Video)
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Discussion on PrEP at the XVI European AIDS Conference (Video)

Today the XVI European AIDS Conference hosts a separate session on PrEP in Europe. Right now you can join the session online on Facebook or view its record here: “This year, the XVI European AIDS Conference puts special emphasis on the group “women living with HIV”, a range of sessions and discussions on the contemporary PrEP methodologies, new test methods and drugs interaction. A lot of information presented about the co-infection: how to treat it correctly, comparison of ...

October 27, 2017
ECUO  News  
ART in pictures. HIV treatment explained
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ART in pictures. HIV treatment explained

This publication explains some of the ideas and science behind HIV and treatment.  Each section includes a picture and summary notes. Additional text in each section tells a more detailed story. The resource was developed as an advocacy course for HIV positive people. Nearly everyone who is HIV positive has ...

June 30, 2017
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HIV: ART has added 10 years to lives of first-world patients
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HIV: ART has added 10 years to lives of first-world patients

Antiretroviral therapy (ART) has increased life expectancy by a decade in young Europeans and North Americans treated for HIV. Substantial declines in mortality emerged especially for those starting treatment between 2008 and 2010, pointing to the positive effect of evolving therapies and earlier detection. Reporting in ...

May 12, 2017
EATG  News