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- Genotype testing at HIV diagnosis may not provide clinical benefit for most patients and may not be cost-effective compared with current treatment accoring to Emily Hyle, MD & Justine Scott, MPH, et al. t.co/5CIYQgz6Z3
- National #HIVTestingDay is 2 days away. Learn what you need to know about #HIV testing: t.co/gpQJM593aA t.co/1N9S7YQGl5
- Current Issue: Delivery of TDF/FTC for Pre-exposure Prophylaxis to Prevent HIV-1 Acquisition in Young Adult Men Who Have Sex With Men and Transgender Women of Color Using a Urine Adherence Assay t.co/L2uBOlHTB1
- Quitting smoking can help people w/ #HIV have a better quality of life & fewer HIV-related symptoms. Quitting is possible, and we can help! t.co/kbU3BHS0Ke t.co/tP4OBwHDz4
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.