April 1, 2018 - Volume 77 - Issue 4

  • Paul A. Volberding, MD
    William A. Blattner, MD
  • 1525-4135
  • 1077-9450
  • 15 issues per year
  • Infectious Diseases 20/84
    Immunology 45/150
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Achieving Greater HIV Prevention Impact Through CDC's National HIV Behavioral Surveillance System
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PrEP is feasible and effective for African women in discordant relationships with high adherence and has a significant impact on reducing new HIV infections..”--Dr. William Blattner, JAIDS Co-Editor-in-Chief

Read the article: PrEP Use During Periods of HIV Risk Among East African Women in Serodiscordant Relationships


​​“Despite multiple risk factors for HIV acquisition perception of risk was low in over 50% of adolescents and young women from Malawi at highest risk, documenting a major gap requiring mechanistic study.”--Dr. William Blattner, JAIDS Co-Editor-in-Chief

Read the article:  Predictors of HIV, HIV Risk Perception, and HIV Worry among Adolescent Girls and Young Women in Lilongwe, Malawi​

​​“Physical and sexual intimate partner violence is common in perinatally infected youth and is associated with adverse consequences for HIV onward transmission pointing to the need for targeted interventions in this high risk group..”--Dr. William Blattner, JAIDS Co-Editor-in-Chief

Read the article:  Dating violence against HIV-infected youth in South Africa: Associations with sexual risk behavior, medication adherence, and mental health​


Current Issue Highlights


CD32 Expression of Different Memory T Cell Subpopulations in the Blood and Lymph Nodal Tissue of HIV Patients and Healthy Controls Correlates With Immune Activation

Wittner, Melanie; Dunay, Gábor A.; Kummer, Silke; More

JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 77(4):345-349, April 1, 2018.




Brief Report: Disclosure, Consent, Opportunity Costs, and Inaccurate Risk Assessment Deter Pediatric HIV Testing A Mixed-Methods Study

Wagner, Anjuli D.; O'Malley, Gabrielle; Firdawsi, Olivia; More

JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 77(4):393-399, April 1, 2018.

Brief Report: “Give Me Some Time” Facilitators of and Barriers to Uptake of Home-Based HIV Testing During Household Contact Investigation for Tuberculosis in Kampala, Uganda

Armstrong-Hough, Mari; Ggita, Joseph; Ayakaka, Irene; More

JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 77(4):400-404, April 1, 2018.


Isoniazid Preventive Therapy for People With HIV Who Are Heavy Alcohol Drinkers in High TB-/HIV-Burden Countries: A Risk–Benefit Analysis

Freiman, J. Morgan; Jacobson, Karen R.; Muyindike, Winnie R.; More

JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 77(4):405-412, April 1, 2018.

Brief Report: Assessing the Association Between Changing NRTIs When Initiating Second-Line ART and Treatment Outcomes

Rohr, Julia K.; Ive, Prudence; Horsburgh, Charles Robert; More

JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 77(4):413-416, April 1, 2018.