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[2 studies] HIV Viral Load in US Clinics Over Time: Trends and Predictors from CNICS
  ...in this study "PLWH with undetectable VLs increased from 30% in 1997 to 87% in 2014" ....in Table 2 below integrase inhibitor use increased likelihood of being undetectable by 2.4 fold and Blacks had 52% reduced odds of having undetectable viral load, males had 42% better odds of having undetectable viral load
Reported by Jules Levin
CROI 2016 Feb 22-24 Boston
from Jules: in both of these studies Blacks had much lower rates of viral suppression, IDUs as well
CROI: Durable Viral Suppression Among HIV-diagnosed Persons - United States, 2012-2013....38% are nor durably suppressed - (03/05/16)
.....52.6% for Black/African-Americans, IDUs 47-53%, males had better viral suppression rates than women

J.M. Simoni1, R.M. Nance1, J.A.C. Delaney1, I. Wilson2, F. Aunon1, S.A. Safren3,4, M.J. Mugavero5, K. Mayer3, W.C. Mathews6,K. Christopoulos7, B. Rodriguez8, J.J. Eron9, R.D. Moore10, S. Napravnik9, M.S. Saag5, M.M. Kitahata1, H.M. Crane1
1University of Washington, Seattle, WA; 2Brown University, Providence, RI; 3Fenway Health and Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA;4University of Miami, Miami, FL; 5University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL; 6University of California, San Diego, CA; 7University of California, San Francisco, CA;8Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH; 9University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC; 10Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD






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