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IAS launches HIV & COVID-19 webinar series
Responding to the global COVID-19 crisis the International AIDS Society (IAS) is organising a series of webinars to address COVID-19 and its impact on people living with HIV around the world. The webinars are intended to provide access to, and discussion of, the latest science and best practices in relation to HIV and COVID-19. The webinars will share data from every stage of the pandemic, especially from lower- and middle-income countries. The initial webinar, 'COVID-19 and HIV: What you need to know', will be broadcast on Friday 3rd April at 09:00 CEST (08:00 UK).
28 三月 2020 16:12
Abbott launches new point of care Coronavirus test with results in five minutes
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new point of care test from Abbott that can provide a SARS-CoV-2 result in as little as five minutes. The molecular test runs on Abbott's established ID NOW platform which can be used in a clinical ...更多
28 三月 2020 15:53
HIV conferences cancelled amid global pandemic
Three HIV conferences due to take place this Spring/Summer have been cancelled as the Coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc around the world. Both the International AIDS Society (IAS) AIDS 2020 conference in San Francisco, scheduled for July, and ...更多
我的生活+在东欧和中亚地区组织的信息和教育活动 "U=U" （“无法检测到等于不可传播”，#UnqualsU，#НравноН）旨在传达一个信息，即HIV阳性者在病毒载量无法被检测到时，不能将病毒通过性行为传染给另一个人。 许多研究表明，在血清不一致的夫妇中，HIV阳性伴侣接受ARV治疗并保持无法检测到的病毒载量，则没有HIV性传播病例的发生。