HIV continues to be prevalent worldwide, with no cure currently available. Fortunately, the management of HIV with antiretroviral therapy has been improving for many years. For patients, this success has led to an increasing life expectancy. Today, in addition to the ongoing management of HIV, long-term concerns and co-morbidities are also critical to consider.

It is important to support and educate healthcare professionals as they work together to further their understanding of HIV management and the new challenges that are arising.

To meet this challenge, Clinical issues in HIV  will publish case study-based articles to present current clinical practice, thinking and issues in HIV.

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