Highlights of AIDS 2014
Source: 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014)*


Highlights of AIDS 2014

In this downloadable slideset, David A. Cooper, MD, DSc and Joel E. Gallant, MD, MPH, review key studies presented at the 2014 International AIDS Conference.
Format: Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt)
File size: 2.00 MB
Date posted: 8/13/2014
  • Strategic ART Switching: If It’s Not Broken, Should We Still Fix It?

    David A. Wohl MD - 5/27/2015    4 comments / Last Comment: 7/2/2015
    How do the DHHS guidelines and recent switch studies affect our decision to change regimens in virologically suppressed patients?
  • Switch Strategies in Virologically Suppressed Patients: My Take on New Data From Recent Scientific Meetings

    Anton L. Pozniak MD, FRCP - 1/22/2016    15 comments / Last Comment: 11/14/2016
    Several recent studies have highlighted new approaches to ART switching. Some may expand our options for optimizing long-term virologic suppression in our patients; each should be scrutinized carefully before incorporating into practice.
  • The Imperative for Women-Initiated HIV Prevention Technologies

    Quarraisha Abdool Karim PhD - 7/8/2016    1 comment / Last Comment: 7/11/2016
    Professor Quarraisha Abdool Karim, PhD, introduces her take on one of the key challenges for women at risk of HIV infection and evolving strategies for prevention. At an upcoming symposium in Durban, Catherine Hankins, MD, PhD, FRCPC, CM, and a multidisciplinary panel of experts will continue this discussion by providing their perspectives on 3 global challenges to treatment and prevention of HIV in women.
  • Will Healthcare Reform Challenge Our Ability to Prescribe Single-Tablet Regimens?

    William G. Powderly MD - 5/18/2015    3 comments / Last Comment: 6/22/2015
    I recently encountered an unexpected challenge in my clinic after prescribing a single-tablet regimen for a newly diagnosed HIV-infected patient.
  • IAS 2015: A Preview of Key Data to Be Presented in Vancouver

    Chris Beyrer MD, MPH - 7/17/2015    6 comments / Last Comment: 8/3/2015
    Here is my take on the most anticipated studies that will be presented in Vancouver this year.