BHIVA 18th Birmingham 2012

18th Annual BHIVA Conference, 18-20 April 2012, UK

Half of gay men in London would chose oral PrEP to reduce risk of HIV

Recent infection is common in UK; 30% gay men aged 15-25 infected within a year of diagnosis

One third of HIV positive people at five UK clinics have symptomatic depression: link to adherence and viral suppression – 40% cases are untreated

Hodgkin’s lymphoma: survival normalises to HIV negative rates despite more advanced disease at diagnosis

Promising outcomes from laser ablative treatment of AIN2/3 to prevent anal cancer

KS in the HAART era includes patients with high CD4 and suppressed viral load: importance of KS chemotherapy for some patients in addition to ART

3rd vs 4th generation HIV testing: almost half of UK clinics out of step with national guidelines

Case reports of complications from ketamine use in two MSM on ritonavir-based combinations

Intranasal and topical corticosteroids and risk of Cushing’s symptoms in HIV patients on ritonavir-based combinations

Outcomes from switches to atazanavir/r in London

Intimate partner violence towards HIV positive women in the UK