CROI 2014: early reports
4 March 2014. Related: News.
Simon Collins, HIV i-Base
CROI 2014 was held in Boston from 3-6 March 2014. Brief reports and notes from the meeting will be posted here as ahead of press articles for the next issue of HIV Treatment Bulletin (HTB).
Webcasts from the conference are now online. Some posters are also available online as PDF files.
Unfortunately, abstracts from the conference are no yet online as html pages and can only be accessed by downloading a PDF file of the abstract book:
CROI 2014 abstract book (PDF download)
Our first reports from CROI 2014 are now published online in the March/April issue of HTB.
- No HIV transmissions with undetectable viral load: interim PARTNER study results show need for longer follow-up
- Viral load rebound rate of 35% using ritonavir-boosted PI monotherapy: results of five-year PIVOT study
- Atazanavir, raltegravir and darunavir virologically equivalent in naive patients but significant differences for tolerability: results from ACTG 5257
- NNRTI resistance found in 12% of people stopping treatment with undetectable viral load: implications for stock-outs
- HIV related infections remain the leading cause of maternal deaths in South Africa despite the availability of ART
New pre-press reports
Additional reports will continue to be posted to this page as they become available.
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