HIV Positive Smokers Who Quit Cut Their Risk of Numerous Cancers

Istock However, unlike HIV-negative quitters, their lung disease risk remains highly elevated for at least five years after kicking the habit. If people living with HIV who smoke quit their cigarette habit, they soon cut their risk of numerous cancers, aidsmap reports. However, unlike HIV-negative people who quit smoking, HIV-positive ex-smokers maintain a much higher,…

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Breast Feeding and HIV – another interesting and relevant paper from CROI

Posted by Virginia Furner on Sunday, 12 February 2017 in Key take home message that will change my clinical practice Clinical posts from members and guests of the Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM) from various international medical and scientific conferences on HIV, AIDS, viral hepatitis, and sexual health.  This…

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Heather Boerner’s – Positively Negative: Love, Pregnancy, and Science’s Surprising Victory Over HIV

Conceiving a child when one or both partners are HIV-positive used to be the stuff of dreams, but today, modern science allows couples to give birth to HIV-negative babies a reality. A short ebook ‘Positively Negative’ by Heather Boerner sheds light on the developments of reproductive health for those living with HIV and the desire…

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