Gateway to Justice

It’s a state with a relatively low prevalence of HIV, but a high number of convictions for HIV non-disclosure and some of the nation’s...

Barring HCV Treatment

Last fall the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS) ended its policy of excluding prisoners from any hepatitis C treatment...

Broad Spectrum Antivirals: Part II

Beyond One Bug, One Drug Broad spectrum antivirals shift the drug model paradigm, part II by Jeannie Wraight In the October issue of A&U, Destination: Cure explored...

HCV Treatment Choices & Coverage Restrictions

Decisions, Decisions There are HCV treatment choices to make, but often few options by Larry Buhl If you’ve tested positive for the hepatitis C virus (HCV), there...

Finding Relief

Approximately thirty to sixty percent of people living with HIV and on antiretroviral therapy (ARVs) experience diarrhea. Reoccurring and frequent diarrhea is often reluctantly...

The Road to Wellness

Every morning I wake up and go to the medicine cabinet. Inside it are the pills for my high blood pressure. Really, it’s all...

HIV Modernization Movement—Indiana

Modernizing Laws An Indiana coalition takes the first steps toward reforming HIV criminal codes by Chip Alfred Following the success of Colorado’s “Mod Squad” , a new...

Broad Spectrum Antivirals: Part I

Spectrum Analysis Broad spectrum antivirals shift the drug model paradigm by Jeannie Wraight The recent spread of emerging pandemic viruses such as Zika and Ebola has increased...

PrEP Math

PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) is fairly new, but the HIV prevention tool is not yet having a huge impact on public health. According to the...

Snorting Utensils & Hep C Risk

Last Straw New research shows snorting utensils carry a high risk of transmitting HCV by Larry Buhl The risk of contracting the hepatitis C virus (HCV) and...