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Reservoirs of HIV-infected cells that can’t be reached by antiretroviral therapy associated with an important marker of cardiovascular disease risk

The increased risk of cardiovascular disease observed in people with HIV taking effective antiretroviral therapy, even when they have an undetectable viral load, could be down to reservoirs of HIV-infected cells that cannot be reached by current treatments, according to research from San Francisco published in JAMA Network Open. Researchers found that higher levels of… Read More »

Can’t We Do Better to Support Minorities in Medicine? – MedPage Today

“You’ve heard how successfully each panelist matched for residency and you’ve probably assumed that you can’t relate to us. We’ve all experienced struggle and triumph. I hope by sharing our stories you see yourself in them.” I shared these words with prospective pediatric applicants in a recent virtual webinar. Every year, I seek out a… Read More »

Why can’t diabetes be reversed

If you’re obese and recently diagnosed, it’s something to talk about with your doctor. Taylor’s research, and that of others, suggest that lifestyle modification, such as weight loss and exercise, may have a larger impact on diabetes than experts had thought, Accili says. 2 days a week and a normal diet the other days helped… Read More »