Category Archives: Background reading

UK-CAB 67: Friday 23 November 2018

TBC: Friday 23 November 2018 Register for this meeting Venue – Room 101, Birkbeck College Hotel Details Expenses Programme 09.15-09.30 Arrival Tea and refreshments 09.30-10.00 Welcome and introductions UK-CAB updates and company pre-meeting 10.00-11.30 Company meeting: ViiV Healthcare 11.30-11.45 Break 11.45-12.45 U=U, speaker TBC 12.45-14.00 Lunch 14.00-14.45 U=U, speaker TBC 14.45-15.30 Meeting feedbacks. community reps […]

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UK-CAB 66: AIDS 2018 feedback, future ART, cure research

Friday 3 August 2018 Register for this meeting (now closed) Venue Hotel Details Expenses Programme 09.15-09.30 Arrival, tea and refreshments 09.30-10.00 Welcome and introductions: UK-CAB updates and company pre-meeting 10.00-11.30 Company meeting: Janssen 11.30-11.45 Break 11.45-12.45 RIVER Cure Study – Dr Sarah Fidler 12.45-14.00 Lunch – @ Marquis Cornwallis pub 14.00-14.45 Future treatments – Damian […]

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UK-CAB 65: 21 April 2018

BHIVA BASHH feedback – Treatment as Prevention (TasP) – Edinburgh, Saturday 21 April 2018 Venue Hotel Details Expenses Please note: This meeting was held place in Edinburgh, to take advantage of the BHIVA/BASHH conference. Programme 09.15-09.30 Arrival, tea and refreshments 09.30-10.00 Welcome and introductions, UK-CAB updates, company pre-meeting 10.00-11.30 Company meeting: MSD 11.30-11.45 BREAK 11.45-12.45 […]

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UK-CAB 62: HIV generic medication

Friday 21 April 2017 Venue Hotel Details Expenses  Programme 09.20-09.40 Arrival, tea and refreshments 09.40-10.00 Welcome and introductions, UK-CAB updates, Company pre-meeting (Garry to lead) 10.00-11.30 Company meeting: MSD 11.30-11.45 Break 11.45-12.30 CROI feedback – Simon Collins 12.30-14.00 Lunch 14.00-15.15 Invited speakers: Switching to generic ARVs (commissioning) – Janette Harper, NHS England Switching to generic ARVs […]

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STIs and sexual function

STIs and Sexual Function 2009 paper

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Hepatitis C and HCV/HIV Coinfection – from NATAP (June 2002)

http://www.natap.org/2002/june/hep62402.htm natural course of history of disease progression in HCV and HCV/HIV coinfection Transmission of HCV Testing: genotype, viral load, genotype, stopping therapy at week 12 or 24 diagnostic tests: understanding the biopsy, ALT treatment for HCV in mono- and coinfected patients how does HAART affect the liver and what you can do about it […]

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The Body: ACRIA – Treatment Issues for Women

Report on Second Meeting Contents The Body: ACRIA – Treatment Issues for Women This document provides up-to-date information on each of the subjects below. Clicking on the link will take you to the webpage with the article. Language in these pages is very straight-forward and non-technical, so is a good general introduction and a good […]

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Preparation material for the fourth meeting

From NATAP: Co-infection with hepatitis among people with HIV is emerging as a growing problem. For people infected with HIV through needle exposure probably due to drug use, 40% or more may also have hepatitis C. The NATAP Hepatitis Section was started to raise awareness about this problem, and to provide basic education and more […]

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Women and HIV

Below are a series of weblinks to articles about women and HIV. Please print and read ONE for the next meeting. http://www.natap.org/women.htm AIDS is the leading cause of death among African American and Hispanic women ages 25-44 in the US. African American and Hispanic women accounted for 76% of new AIDS cases among women reported […]

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Reading Is Believing? A Guide to Clinical Trial Reports

Matt Sydes and Janet Darbyshire, MBChB Anyone who reads medical journals or other health-related publications, such as BETA, will have come across reports of clinical trials, an essential tool in evidence-based medicine. Clinical trials are a crucial step in medical research and development (R&D); they are used to test new drugs or treatments for a […]

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