HIV research study accepted for publication in AIDS journal
DAP Health Insights – Monday, June 21, 2021, from David Brinkman, CEO
Dr. Tulika Singh co-authors major HIV clinical research study
The results from DAP Health’s first major clinical research study were posted online by AIDS, a top medical journal, earlier this month. The manuscript also will be published in the journal’s print edition.
Dr. Tulika Singh, associate chief medical officer and director of Research at DAP Health, co-authored the paper, which will be presented at the 11th IAS Conference on HIV Science in July.
The ViiV Healthcare STAT study was one of the clinical research studies underway at DAP Health. It probed whether the antiretroviral drug Dovato could be used in a rapid start setting. Study participants started taking the medication within 14 days of their HIV diagnosis.
Five tips for staying active in the summer
Many people use the word gross to describe days when the mercury spikes past 120 degrees. Many of us sit in the air-conditioning streaming Netflix and praying a transformer doesn’t blow. We forget our workouts as the pounds pile up.
Exercise, though, is one of the pillars of good health. Our bodies need to stay active. The good news is that with a bit of planning and creativity, we can still enjoy leaving our homes during the summer. Take a look. You may get some ideas and enjoy summer.