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July 2019
11th PHC 2019 - 6th Annual Public Health Conference Bangkok, Thailand
19th ICSHER 2019 - 3rd Annual International Conference on Sexuality: Health, Education and Rights Bangkok, Thailand
November 2019
14th HIV/AIDS: Then and Now. A World Conference on HIV, Culture and Memory Dublin, Ireland
18th Scholars International Conference on STD, HIV and AIDS Research Tokyo, Japan
22nd ASICON 2019 Chennai, India
December 2019
16th 02nd International Conference on Women and Child Health Colombo, Sri Lanka
February 2020
5th Viruses 2020 - Novel Concepts in Virology Barcelona, Spain
8th 2nd International Conference on Social Sciences, Humanities, Business Management & Economics Research (SHME) Paris, France
26th International Conference on HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control Pretoria, South Africa
27th ISBER International Conference on Teaching and Learning, Business Ethics, Management, Social Sciences & Humanities MalΓ©, Maldives
27th International Conference on Entrepreneurship, Business, Economics and Management Research MalΓ©, Maldives
29th International Conference on African Studies Pretoria, South Africa
May 2020
16th International Conference on Infectious Diseases Colombo, Sri Lanka
18th 03rd International Conference on Pharmaceutical Sciences Colombo, Sri Lanka
24th 02nd International Conference on Community Medicine and Public Health Colombo, Sri Lanka
25th 03rd International Conference on Non Communicable Diseases Colombo, Sri Lanka
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Lancet

Πρόσφατες δημοσιεύσεις στο περιοδικό The Lancet HIV

Bictegravir and dolutegravir: head to head at 96 weeks

In The Lancet HIV, David Wohl and colleagues1 present 96 week data on bictegravir in a fixed-dose combination with emtricitabine and tenofovir alafenamide versus fixed-dose dolutegravir, abacavir, and lamivudine for initial treatment of HIV, while Hans-JΓΌrgen Stellbrink and co-workers2 report 96 week data on co-formulated bictegravir, emtricitabine, and tenofovir alafenamide versus dolutegravir with emtricitabine and tenofovir alafenamide for the same indication, both from randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multicentre, phase 3 non-inferiority trials.

Is point-of-care early infant HIV diagnosis sustainable?

The high mortality of untreated HIV infection in infants was first documented in a study1 in 2004. However, the cumulative morbidity of late initiation of combination antiretroviral therapy (ART) is less well appreciated. For example, in a large cohort study2 from South Africa, almost 50% of children had advanced HIV disease when starting ART, at a median age of 43 months. The Children with HIV Early Antiretroviral (CHER) study3 provided the first evidence from a randomised controlled trial that initiating ART from a median age of 7Β·4 weeks was not only associated with significantly lower mortality, but also with less disease progression than when ART was deferred until a median age of 21 weeks.

Estimating fiscal space for health: pitfalls and solutions

In The Lancet HIV, Annie Haakenstad and colleagues1 report how much fiscal space for HIV/AIDS could be created in 137 low-income and middle-income countries. The research is timely and extremely important. Given substantial cuts in development assistance for HIV/AIDS,2 domestic financing is essential to sustain the response to the epidemic.

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