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August 2018

Better Retention and Outcomes With One Tablet Therapy for HIV Patients

Patients taking a single tablet to control HIV had better viral suppression and stayed in care at higher rates than patients who took multiple pills.

August 2018

Incidence of NK/T-cell Lymphoma Rises Significantly in the United States

Limited data are available regarding the incidence, survival patterns, and long-term outcomes of natural killer/T-cell neoplasms in the United States.

August 2018

Early Therapy Helps Prevent Non-Hodgkin lymphoma, Other AIDS-related Cancer

Prevention of AIDS-defining cancers, such as non-Hodgkin lymphoma, can be helped by early, sustained antiretroviral therapy, which results in long-term viral suppression, a new study found.

August 2018

Zika Infection Had More Serious Effects in Older Veterans With Comorbidities

Zika virus infection had affected more than a half-million people in the Western Hemisphere by the end of 2016. Among those were more than 700 VA patients with confirmed or presumed possible infection.

August 2018

VA Study: 76% of Primary Care Prescriptions Deemed Inappropriate

The VA's success in reducing unnecessary antibiotic use in its hospitals has not trickled down to its outpatient clinics.

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