Rapid and Sustained Viral Suppression Following Initiation of ART Within 72 Hrs of Diagnosis in Young Persons With HIV in New Orleans

March 8-11, 2020; Boston, Massachusetts
Rapid ART initiation at CrescentCare Health Clinic within 72 hrs of diagnosis and prior to obtaining laboratory results was effective and well tolerated in adults and young persons (18-24 yrs) with HIV.
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Released: March 13, 2020

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