HIV-related illness

The rebellious man: Next-of-kin accounts of the death of a male relative on antiretroviral therapy in sub-Saharan Africa

The HIV response is hampered by many obstacles to progression along the HIV care cascade, with men, in particular, experiencing different forms of disruption. One group of men, whose stories remain untold, are those who have succumbed to HIV-related illness. In this paper, we explore how next-of-kin account for the death of a male relative.
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Early antiretroviral treatment reduces risk of AIDS and HIV-related illness

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Michael Carter

Early antiretroviral therapy significantly reduced the risk of AIDS and HIV-related illness in a large study in low and middle-income countries, according to the final results of the HPTN 052 study published in Lancet Infectious Diseases. Participants in this large multi-site study were randomised to take immediate or delayed HIV therapy. Overall, participants in the early treatment arm had a lower risk of AIDS, tuberculosis, symptomatic HIV disease and also some non-HIV-related illnesses.

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