World AIDS 21 Durban 2016

21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016), 18-22 July 2016, Durban, South Africa

Four day a week ART: sub-optimal drug levels but few virological failures

Large disparities in costs of antiretrovirals between low- and middle-income countries

High risk of virological failure and loss to follow up postpartum in South Africa

Birth weight and preterm delivery outcomes of vertically vs non-vertically infected HIV positive pregnant women

High death rates among HIV positive women postpartum accessing ARVs

Higher rates of eye complications in HIV positive people on ART

Short reports on selected Durban posters

21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016), 18-22 July 2016, Durban, South Africa

AIDS 2016: online access to conference programme

ZERO: no linked HIV transmissions in PARTNER study after couples had sex 58,000 times without condoms

ZERO HIV transmissions in PARTNER study: most widely reported i-Base article

PrEP studies at AIDS 2016: includes first preclinical data with EFdA

Dual therapy with dolutegravir + 3TC keep viral load undetectable: 48 week results from PADDLE study

Once-daily raltegravir at last available: 48 week results from ONCEMRK study

Dual long-acting cabotegravir plus rilpivirine injections: 48-week results from LATTE-2

Dolutegravir is superior to boosted atazanavir in women in the ARIA study

PROMISE results support WHO recommendations for pregnant and breastfeeding women: more needs to be done to improve ART acceptability and adherence

Sub-Saharan African countries moving quickly to recommend “Treat All”

Efavirenz associated with suicide risk in analysis from START study

CD4:CD8 ratio is more sensitive marker of risk than CD4 counts in analysis from START study

Treatment in primary HIV infection is significantly more likely to normalise CD4:CD8 ratio

Publications launched at AIDS 2016