People living with HIV who are diagnosed with cancer should be offered the same treatment as those without HIV; however, considerations should be made for potential interactions and toxicities, according to new practice guidelines from the National Comprehensive Cancer Network.
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The UNC CFAR is hosting a CFAR-wide webinar series commencing in February 2018. The purpose is to give CFARs an opportunity to share and disseminate knowledge about the latest news in research, protocols and techniques arising from their CFARs within the CFAR community.
The joint UNC-Duke Developmental PrEP RFA has been released! Applications require co-PIs from Duke University and the UNC CFAR and are due February 15, 2018. Click here for more details.
Please see details below for the following job opportunity at NIDA:
Associate Director for the AIDS Research Program
GS 15 – Non-supervisory
Ph.D., M.D., equivalent
Researchers at the Duke Human Vaccine Institute have recently developed a tool that more accurately discerns new HIV infections from long-standing ones.