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HIV and Enteropathy
Press Releases

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American Academy of HIV Medicine Launches Institute for Hepatitis C
November 06, 2014  
Institute Expands AAHIVM's Commitment to HCV Care
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Olympian Greg Louganis Shares Personal Experience on Aging With HIV
September 18, 2014 exclusively covers a first-person narrative by Olympian star Greg Louganis on his personal experience of aging with HIV.
Washington, DC:  On the eve of National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day, today announced the addition of ....[ Read more ]

HIV Medical Organizations Challenge Insurer Restrictions to HCV Treatment
September 03, 2014  
The American Academy of HIV Medicine and the HIV Medicine Association are challenging new health plan cost control policies.
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New Clinical Content and Feature Editorial on Shines the Spotlight on Sexual Health for Older HIV Patients
August 13, 2014  
New Provocative Social Media Campaign Ads Also Featured
Washington, DC:  According to a new editorial and updated clinical content on, older adults living with HIV ....[ Read more ]

Record Number of HIV Care Providers and Pharmacists Prepare for AAHIVM Credentialing Exam
August 07, 2014  
The AAHIVM Credentialing Program continues to grow, with Fall enrollment at an all-time high.
Washington, DC: The AAHIVM Credentialing Program continues to grow, with Fall enrollment at an all-time high. This class of ....[ Read more ]

AAHIVM Joins Other Organizations to Request More Clarification for Sunshine Act
July 31, 2014  
The AAHIVM has joined more than 20 medical societies and organizations to address problems with the Physician Payment Sunshine Act.
Washington, DC: The AAHIVM has joined more than 20 medical societies and organizations to submit a letter to the ....[ Read more ]

New Patients Bring New Testing Opportunites
June 27, 2014  
The Affordable Care Act is increasing the need for providers to implement routine HIV testing.
   Washington, DC: On National HIV Testing Day, The American Academy of HIV Medicine (AAHIVM), the nation's leading ....[ Read more ]

Treatment Strategies for Older HIV Patients Recently Updated
June 02, 2014  
The American Academy of HIV Medicine (AAHIVM), ACRIA, and the American Geriatrics Society (AGS) today announced that nearly half of the chapters within the report Recommended Treatment Strategies for Clinicians Managing Older Patients with HIV, the first clinical treatment strategies for managing older HIV patients, have now been updated.
Originally released in 2011, the report has emerged as the premier resource for managing HIV in older patients. ....[ Read more ]

Guide for HIV AIDS Clinical Care Updated
May 29, 2014  
HRSA/HAB has released the the fourth edition of the Guide for HIV/AIDS Clinical Care.
It presents best practices in the clinical management of HIV/AIDS in over 600 pages, 10 sections, and nearly ....[ Read more ]

New CDC Guidelines on PrEP
May 23, 2014  
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released final guidelines on the recommended use of PrEP.
The guidelines recommend PrEP for HIV-uninfected patients with any of the following indications: ·Is in an ongoing relationship with ....[ Read more ]

Local Practitioner Wins 2014 AAHIVM and Institute For Technology in Health Care HIV Practice Award
April 29, 2014  
The American Academy of HIV Medicine (AAHIVM) is pleased to announce the winners of the third annual AAHIVM/Institute for Technology in Health Care HIV Practice Award.
Dr. Joanna Eveland of San Francisco, California and Steve McCrosky of Flagstaff, Arizona, will each receive $10,000 in ....[ Read more ]

World Health Organization Issues Hepatitis C Guidelines
April 10, 2014  
The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued its first ever guidance for the screening, care, and treatment of hepatitis C, a chronic infection that affects an estimated 130 to 150 million people, and one that is responsible for 350,000 to 500,000 death a year.
   The hepatitis C virus is usually transmitted through exposure to contaminated blood. People undergoing invasive medical procedures and ....[ Read more ]