A new publication from the EPIC4 Study (CTN 281) found that 73% of Canadian children living with HIV achieved a sustained undetectable viral load
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CTN 301-2 is examining the barriers and facilitators of HIV and STBBI prevention and treatment programs in Alberta rural and urban First Nation and Métis settings.
CTN National Director Dr. Aslam Anis commented on new findings from study which found that the risk of transmitting HIV to a sexual partner is completely eliminated in people on ART.
The goal of this workshop is to provide a multidisciplinary view of the current state of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) in HIV and establish a collaborative platform for related research projects.