Two new studies from the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections highlight the issue of HCV reinfection in HIV+ MSM in Europe and the US.
Veronica Hackethal, MD
How much do you know about alcohol consumption in women? Quiz yourself with these 5 cases.
One of 2 new first-of-kind studies on HPV and infertility suggests that high-risk HPV may ascend to infect the upper genital tract, causing endometriosis and affecting fertility.
Sexually transmitted infection cases have reached an all-time high at an alarming speed. Test your knowledge of different treatment options with our new case challenge.
Dapagliflozin, icosapent ethyl, and bempedoic acid were found to reduce clinical or surrogate CV endpoints in studies presented at ACC.19, March 16-18, in New Orleans, LA.
Sample: A 36-year-old former IV drug user tests positive for chronic HCV and wants to know the likelihood of cure if she completes treatment. How should you counsel her?
A new study found that age at menopause accounts for 10% of the link between menopause and coronary heart disease. Get more details in this quick slideshow.
A new study assessed which aspects of common menopausal symptoms (ie, vasomotor, physical, psychosocial) are the strongest predictors of poor quality of life.
A new study found that direct-acting antiviral treatment is linked to decreased risk of liver cancer, liver-related death, and all-cause mortality.
Results of the largest study of its kind may help quell longstanding controversy surrounding the impact of DAA therapy on recurrence of HCC.