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Steven G. Deeks, MD
Professor, UCSF Positive Health Program at San Francisco General Hospital
Satish Pillai, PhD (moderator)
Assistant Adjunct Professor of Medicine, UCSF
Drs. Steven G. Deeks and Satish Pillai discuss whether there might be a cure for HIV infection in the future.
Dr. Arthur J. Ammann discusses the benefits of early antiretroviral treatment for all HIV-infected individuals regardless of CD4 count or clinical status.
Dr. Paul A. Volberding examines the evolving system of health care payment in the United States and the implications of the recent Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act for the future of HIV treatment.
Drs. Gabriel Chamie and Annie Luetkemeyer discuss the risk and benefits of testosterone replacement therapy and examine the long-term implications for HIV-infected patients receiving antiretroviral treatment.
Dr. Ian R. McNicholl discusses the benefits of medication reconcillation and offers a list of best practices for primary care providers in managing that task.
Dr. Hiroyu Hatano discusses the mechanisms of suboptimal immune recovery in patients receiving antiretroviral treatment and offers suggestions for means of better understanding this increasingly important area of HIV research.
Susan Buchbinder, MD, and Albert Liu, MD, discuss the promising results from their recent study of ARVs for HIV prevention in high-risk populations.
Elvin Geng, MD, MPH, discusses retention in care as a crucial component of successful HIV care in resource-limited settings and an area in need of better methods of study.
In this commentary, Mark Jacobson, MD, discusses HIV neuroretinal
disorder, a condition that is common (but incompletely studied) in persons with
advanced HIV disease and that may be related to immune dysregulation.
The HIV InSite Expert Commentary series features brief perspectives from UCSF faculty on topics of current interest in HIV care, policy, and prevention.
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