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Further evidence that interferon-free hepatitis C treatment safe and effective for people who inject drugs

Hepatitis C patients on opioid substitution therapy, including those who continue to use illicit drugs, maintained good adherence and had high sustained response rates when treated with sofosbuvir/ledipasvir (Harvoni) or…

Those with HIV infections attributable to heterosexual contact most likely to stay in care

This study published by the CDC in the USA analyses retention in care according to race and the route of infection, and proposes some additional methodological changes in the linkage…

Submit your abstracts to HR17 Canada

The call for abstracts and registration for the 25th International Harm Reduction Conference, taking place in Montreal 14th – 17th May 2017 opened today! You can find further information below and to sign…

Applications now open! Ageing with HIV – Children and Adolescents Conference

As part of the 2nd phase of the Ageing with HIV Project, the EATG is organizing a conference on the topic “New challenges and unmet needs of children and adolescents living and ageing with HIV/AIDS”.…

M-Care training in Brussels, 10-14 November 2016 – Apply now!

The EATG and EATAN now invite all who are interested to apply to participate in our M-CARE Training held in Brussels on 10-14 November 2016 The four-day training is intended…

AIDS Foundation East-West – Online application for community based research training

You can now apply for the AFEW's community based research training through this article from AIDS Action Europe: "Our partner organization AFEW (International) is organising a community-based research programme. The programme…

Pioneering methadone programme in Dar es Salaam gives hope to thousands

The WHO reports on this groundbreaking case in harm reduction, which is still quite rare on the African continent. "In recent years, Dar es Salaam has seen an increase in…

The EATG blog section brings your views and opinions

The EATG blog section is now regularly updated with valuable contributions from our members. These are not official opinions of the EATG, but reflect the lived realities of our members.…

New HIV infections stall, even increase in some regions

HIV and Hepatitis analyses various sources, especially a report in the August edition of The Lancet to conclude that the global drop in the number of new HIV infections, observed…

OptTEST Database: Barring The Way To Health

Check out this new database on legal and regulatory barriers to HIV testing, linkage to care and treatment access across Europe developed by OptTEST partner GNP+ and consultant Lisa Power…