HIVresource


HIVresource publishes news and information about HIV-related clinical trials in the San Francisco Bay Area. Clinical trials are an important way for people to access free medical care while also supporting scientific research to advance our understanding of how to identify, treat, and hopefully one day cure HIV disease.

HIVresource is published quarterly by San Francisco AIDS Foundation. Previously, it was provided by St. Francis Memorial Hospital as HIVCare News.

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HIVresource Fall 2013

HIVresource Fall 2013

The latest on a new rapid HIV test for both acute and established infection, plus updates on bone health and human papillomavirus among young men. Dozens of ongoing clinical trials offering free HIV treatment and care in San Francisco and beyond.
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HIVresource Summer 2013

HIVresource Summer 2013

Updates on a new HIV drug headed to pharmacy shelves, plus the latest research on exercise and brain function in people with HIV. Dozens of new and ongoing clinical trials offering free medical care in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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HIVresource Spring 2013

HIVresource Spring 2013

News on a halted HIV vaccine trial, two drugs on hold in the pipeline, and evolving health insurance options for Californians. More than 40 clinical trials—including 17 new studies—enrolling in and around San Francisco.
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HIVResource Winter 2013

Updates on the HIV drug pipeline, new data on HIV and smoking (and one more reason to quit), and progress toward a therapeutic vaccine for people with HIV. Dozens of ongoing clinical trials offering free HIV treatment and care in San Francisco and beyond.
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HIVResource Fall 2012

New data on heart attack trends, climbing life expectancies for people with HIV, and newly discovered benefits of starting treatment. More than 40 open clinical trials offering free HIV care and treatment in and around San Francisco.
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HIV resource summer 2012

HIVResource Summer 2012

Promising steps toward a cure, a new HIV treatment option for “first timers,” and FDA approval of a drug to help prevent HIV infection. A dozen new studies and more than 30 ongoing clinical trials offering free HIV care and treatment in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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HIVResource Spring 2012

What your CD4 cell count may predict about your life expectancy, and updated U.S. treatment guidelines—with news for older adults. Fifteen new research studies and dozens more ongoing trials, all offering free HIV treatment and care in San Francisco and beyond.
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HIVResource Winter 2012

An update on vitamin D and bone health, the top way for HIV-positive people to avoid lung cancer, and why getting your “labs” done regularly is vital to your health. Dozens of currently enrolling clinical trials—including 20 new studies—providing free HIV treatment and care in and around San Francisco.
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HIV resource Fall 2011

HIVResource Fall 2011

Updated drug precautions for raltegravir (Isentress), and promising new once-daily combo pills in the pipeline. Ten new studies and dozens more open clinical trials offering free HIV treatment and care in the San Francisco Bay Area.


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HIV resource Summer 2011

HIVResource Summer 2011

New HIV treatment options headed to your pharmacy, and why HIV treatment is HIV prevention. More than 40 currently enrolling clinical trials providing free HIV treatment and care in and around San Francisco.
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HIVResource Spring 2011

Two newly approved once-daily formulations, the promise of gene therapy for HIV treatment and prevention, and news about vitamin D for tenofovir users. Dozens of active clinical trials offering free HIV treatment and care in San Francisco and beyond.
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