Antiretroviral therapies have prolonged the survival of HIV patients, but the drugs can have adverse effects on the kidneys.
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Modifying the penile microbiome could potentially reduce HIV acquisition in both men and women.
The number of suspected Ebola cases in the Democratic Republic of Congo has risen to 37.
The HPV vaccine has the potential to reverse the epidemic and prevent thousands of cancers in the US.
Second report highlights ties between Zika and Guillain-Barr syndrome.
Know the signs of extreme response to infection; consider it a medical emergency.
The availability of direct-acting antiviral drugs may enable eradication of hepatitis C virus and improve outcomes.
Patient history, including assessment of travel, necessary to assess risk.
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