US systematic review finds poor HIV outcomes for trans women and research gap for trans men

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Substantial improvements in HIV care outcomes are needed for trans women in the United States, according to the authors of a systematic review and meta-analysis published recently in AIDS.

The meta-analysis, which focused on trans women due to a lack of data on trans men, found that 78.5% of trans women with HIV had ever received care, 64.6% of those diagnosed were linked to care within three months, and 73.2% of those in care were virally suppressed.

Read the full story at Aidsmap.


Source : Aidsmap

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