Advances in HIV and AIDS Control

This book discusses critical issues related to the treatment of HIV infection and related co-infections and challenges in adherence and discordancy. New vaccine approaches discussed may provide the ultimate solution for eradication. Sharing knowledge from various experts in medical and basic sciences improves the quality of care for this persistent global threat. This book discusses emerging advances in HIV-AIDS management to support strategies for control and elimination.

The HIV epidemic has had a significant and profound impact on the world and health resources. Considerable progress has been made in understanding the risks and drivers of the epidemic. Antiretroviral drugs have relieved human suffering and prolonged life. However, access to quality management needs to scale up and be made universal.

1 Brain Aging in HIV-1 Infection
2 Achieving 90-90-90: A Focus on Sero-Discordant Couples
3 Immune Disorders in HIV-Infected Patients Coinfected with Hepatitis C Virus
4 Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Hepatitis B Virus (HIV-HBV) Coinfection
5 Drug-Resistant Bacterial Infections in HIV Patients
6 The Process of Adherence to Treatment in People Living with HIV
7 Neurological Manifestations of HIV
8 Clinical Presentation, Diagnosis and Management of TB-HIV Comorbidity in Children
9 Oral Neoplasms in HIV Positive Patient
10 Latent Tuberculosis Infection: Patho-Biology and Treatment
11 HIV-Associated Cardiovascular Disease
12 Artificial Epitope-Based Immunogens in HIV-Vaccine Design
13 Vaginal Formulations for Prevention of Sexual Transmission of HIV
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