Harvard CFAR Twitter Feed
- Quitting smoking can help people w/ #HIV have a better quality of life & fewer HIV-related symptoms. Quitting is possible, and @CDCTobaccoFree can help! t.co/Up5DbGvznz t.co/xiH7DaRdLb
- A mixed-method pilot study funded by @NIMHD investigated the potential for text message reminders to improve antiretroviral therapy adherence in older, African American with #HIV. Read the preliminary results at t.co/26zu8NKbf1
- We can all do our part to #StopHIVStigma by being intentional and thoughtful when choosing our words. Learn more: t.co/5lOSK7eu69 t.co/9kGGPt19L6
- Providers: During 2016-2017, only 38.9% of U.S. adults had ever been tested for HIV, w/ lower testing rates in rural compared with urban counties. Make routine screening part of standard care to ensure patients nationwide are tested for HIV. #ScreenforHIV t.co/AdQIPh2jhl t.co/TKIuYqLkcS
The mission of the HU CFAR is to expand, promote and facilitate collaborative innovative multidisciplinary activities in HIV/AIDS research in order to bring an end to the epidemic.