Adult HIV Research
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TREAT Asia’s adult network includes 21 clinical sites that contribute to the TREAT Asia HIV Observational Database (TAHOD), which contains data from nearly 10,000 patients. Using these data, the network’s researchers continue to answer the important questions about HIV treatment facing the region today, including optimizing treatment for patients who have developed resistance to first-line or second-line antiretroviral treatment; improving treatment for those co-infected with hepatitis B and C, tuberculosis, and the human papillomavirus (HPV); and better understanding the relationship of HIV to non-communicable diseases associated with aging, like heart disease and cancer. TREAT Asia is also working to understand and overcome barriers to engaging HIV-positive adults in care.
Countries in the Asia-Pacific region with TAHOD sites (click on map to see specific sites)
Publications and analyses of TREAT Asia’s adult research network can be accessed at http://www.amfar.org/Research-Presentations-and-Publications-TREAT-Asia.
SELECT TREAT ASIA ADULT HIV RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
21st Bangkok Symposium Presents the Latest News in HIV Prevention, Treatment, and Research
TREAT Asia Holds Annual Network Meeting in Bangkok
PERSPECTIVES: How can we improve mental health services for people living with HIV in the Asia-Pacific?
TREAT Asia and amfAR at the 22nd International AIDS Conference
PERSPECTIVES: Are integrase inhibitors the solution to HIV drug resistance in the Asia-Pacific region?
Assessing Failing Second-Line HIV Treatment Regimens: the TASER-2 Study
Simplifying HIV Treatment with Less-Frequent Dosing
HIV Treatment Clinical Brief: Dolutegravir
TREAT Asia Representing Regional Research and Policy Priorities at International HIV Conferences
Early HIV Infection May Hold the Key to a Potential Cure
TREAT Asia Investigators Discuss Advances in Regional HIV Research at Annual Network Meeting
Effective HIV Response Requires Better Use of Key Populations Estimates
amfAR at the 21st International AIDS Conference
U.S. NIH Renews $10 Million Research Grant to TREAT Asia
TREAT Asia Well Represented at Research Conference
TREAT Asia Hosts Think Tanks on Unmet Needs in HIV Care in Asia
Trials Remove Doubts About the Benefits of Early ART
A New TREAT Asia Database Examines Broader Treatment Trends
Investigator Profile: Dr. Jintanat Ananworanich’s Search for the Cure
TREAT Asia at the 2015 IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention