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Latest medical news and features from Medscape HIV/AIDS

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Latest medical news and features from Medscape HIV/AIDS

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Here's What's New in the HIV Treatment Guidelines

4/20/2018
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Dr Paul Sax reports on a new recommended HIV treatment option and thanks Marty Hirsch for his skillful leadership of the guidelines working group.

Duration:00:05:27

This Novel, 1-Month Regimen to Prevent TB Is Practice-Changing

3/26/2018
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Dr Paul Sax reports on an intriguing two-drug regimen that could become the standard of care in preventing TB.

Duration:00:03:12

The SWORD Study: A New Two-Drug Combo for HIV

3/1/2018
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Dr Paul Sax highlights the findings of the SWORD study of dolutegravir-rilpivirine and outlines the clinical implications.

Duration:00:03:31

A Call for Early HIV Diagnosis

1/29/2018
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Increased routine and targeted HIV testing is needed to reduce diagnosis delays.

Duration:00:05:25

Oral HPV Infection Rate Is Alarmingly High in US Men

1/25/2018
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A large population-based study argues for more rigorous efforts to vaccinate against HPV infection and prevent subsequent head and neck cancers, says Dr Markman.

Duration:00:03:05

Protect Patients From a Surge in STDs

1/16/2018
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The latest surveillance report reveals that sexually transmitted infections are again on the rise.

Duration:00:04:13

Shingles and Shingles Vaccine: An Update

1/5/2018
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A recently approved shingles vaccine seems to be more effective in preventing the virus. Drs Rapuano and Meghpara from Wills Eye Hospital discuss its role for patients.

Duration:00:05:48

Why Quarantine 'Makes No Sense' in Controlling HIV

10/30/2017
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Controversy spurred by comments from Georgia state representative Dr Betty Price on HIV is addressed by Dr Paul Sax.

Duration:00:03:26

Early HIV Therapy and Remission: 'Both Sides of the Coin'

8/11/2017
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Dr Paul Sax discusses very early antiretroviral therapy in two cases presented at IAS 2017, in which one patient remains in remission and the other does not.

Duration:00:04:19

A Front-Line Defense Against HIV in Hispanics/Latinos

8/7/2017
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The high burden of HIV among Hispanic and Latino men can be addressed by first making testing a standard of care.

Duration:00:04:43

Emerging Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea: What's New and What Now?

3/6/2017
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We are starting to lose our last line of defense against drug-resistant gonorrhea. What can be done?

Duration:00:04:03

The World Is Not Prepared for Pandemics

11/15/2016
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Results of a comprehensive, international study have spurred a new framework for combating infectious diseases threats, says Dr Victor Dzau, president of the National Academy of Medicine.

Duration:00:03:04

'Same-Day' ART Initiation: Better Retention in Care, Outcomes

9/21/2016
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Initiating ART on the same day as HIV diagnosis led to better retention in care and patient outcomes in a trial in Haiti.

Duration:00:02:39

Using Video Games Instead of Drugs for Mental Health

9/20/2016
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Eric Topol speaks with Adam Gazzaley, a neuroscientist studying the therapeutic potential of video games to treat a number of brain diseases and mental disorders.

Duration:00:18:17

PrEP: Simple and Effective Yet Underused

11/30/2015
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Despite being an important way for clinicians to protect their patients from becoming infected with HIV, PrEP continues to be underused.

Duration:00:04:18

Topol: Doctors Are Getting Squeezed

2/18/2015
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As a practicing physician, Dr Eric Topol is well aware that doctors are getting squeezed. Here is his solution on how to fix it.

Duration:00:02:17

HIV Care Saves Lives

1/12/2015
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CDC Director Tom Frieden shares the nation's most important strategy to help people with HIV live longer and to end the HIV epidemic.

Duration:00:02:49

Smoking and HIV: A Risky Combination

12/22/2014
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Antiretroviral therapy can extend lives for patients with HIV, but these gains can be wiped out by tobacco. Find out how you can help your HIV-positive patients quit smoking.

Duration:00:05:24

The Year in HIV: Prevention, Treatment, Complications, Cure

12/9/2014
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Dr Paul Sax reviews the top stories in HIV medicine in 2014, with a focus on practice-changing clinical trial results.

Duration:00:03:52

'Cutting for Stone's' Verghese Talks Prose, Patients With Topol

10/9/2014
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Eric Topol interviews bestselling author Abraham Verghese on his ideas for improving the practice of medicine, and his passion for writing.

Duration:00:23:42