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Research and Treatment

TREAT Asia Research

TREAT Asia’s research initiatives are specific and responsive to the needs of people living with HIV/AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. The TREAT Asia HIV observational databases—both pediatric and adult—generate invaluable data on disease course and treatment patterns that form the basis of numerous journal articles and scientific presentations. In this way TREAT Asia is advancing scientific knowledge of how best to treat HIV/AIDS in Asia and around the world.

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TREAT Asia Research Roundup

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New Global Pediatric HIV Database to Investigate Critical Research Gaps

Cytomegalovirus Retinitis – A Neglected Disease of Resource-Limited Settings  

Earlier Is Better: Antiretroviral Therapy Initiation in Asian Perinatally HIV-infected Adolescents  

TREAT Asia/amfAR at the 11th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP 11)  

Children Continue to Start HIV Treatment too Late  

Screening For Hepatitis Can Improve HIV Care  

Thai Study Demonstrates Reduced Risk of HIV Infection in Injection Drug Users Taking PrEP  

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HPV–Another Challenge for Adolescent Girls Growing Up with HIV
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HIV Cure Research Gains Momentum  

Investing in Syringe Exchange Results in Future Cost Savings  

Hepatitis B and HIV-Infected Adolescents: Time to Test and Revaccinate

The Clinical and Economic Benefits of Once-Daily Pills

How Long Will People Be Forced to Deal with d4T?

A Partnership that Pushes the Boundaries of Pediatric HIV Research

TREAT Asia Awarded Five-Year NIH Research Grant