The new European AIDS Clinical Society (EACS) HIV clinical guidelines recommend antiretroviral treatment for all living with HIV. What are your thoughts? Please fill in this survey from Design-Redefined.co.uk and tell them what you think.
The new European AIDS Clinical Society (EACS) HIV clinical guidelines were released at the 15th European AIDS Conference which brings Europe into line with the rest of the world by recommending HIV treatment upon diagnosis for everyone living with HIV.Other changes in the new guidelines include a positive recommendation for pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), which brings them into line with the US, World Health Organization (WHO) and British HIV Association (BHIVA) guidelines. PrEP is “recommended” for “men who have sex with men and transgender individuals, who are inconsistent in their use of condoms with casual partners or with HIV-positive partners who are not on treatment,” and “may be considered” for “heterosexual men and women who are inconsistent in their use of condoms and are likely to have HIV-positive partners who are not on treatment.”