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Over 400 clinicians around North Carolina gathered at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-Chapel Hill), home of the North Carolina Translational and Clinical Science (NC TraCS) Institute, for the HIV Clinical Update conference. The event armed providers with the latest clinical more

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We've made a lot of progress in the fight against HIV and the recent announcement of a second patient in remission reignited hope of cure on the horizon. In her widely read article A cure more

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Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative (CTSC) KL2 Scholar alumna, Allison Webel  RN, PhD, FAAN, received a four-year, $3-million grant from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to fund her study “A Nurse-Led Intervention to Extend the HIV Treatment Cascade for Cardiovascular more

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After years of public health efforts, health care at the Los Angeles County Jail has significantly improved and the facility now typically provides full access to treatment for inmates who have HIV -- including medications to keep the infection in check. But after they are released, many former more

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Researchers from the University of Rochester Medical Center are studying whether drugs used to keep HIV patients alive could be damaging their brains. Early results from their clinical study, which was partially supported by the CTSA, suggest that these drugs do not pose a threat to the brain - more

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