An antibiotic commonly prescribed to treat an HIV-related illness might cause coronary problems years later.
Shigella can be especially serious in HIV-positive people with a low CD4 count.
The infections are traumatic, deadly, and avoidable.
Participants who took efavirenz were eleven times more likely to switch up their drug regimen.
Government limits on research hinder patient relief.
In the wake of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Ricans are struggling to get medical attention.
IUD drug users make up a large percentage of HIV transmission rates. Surviving an overdose may lead to recovery.