The MACS has authored over 1400 publications, contributing to a deeper understanding of HIV, AIDS, and the effects of therapy.
We now need to understand the long term effects of the virus. Even if you are on medications, you still have virus in parts of your body. How do these very powerful drugs affect your long term health, as you age? How do we prevent cardiovascular or renal disease or dementia?
Many MACS publications have guided public health policy.
Learn more about ways that MACS research is making an impact, search through our database of all MACS publications, and see a summary of MACS research in the links below:
Having an impact
MACS Archive of Publications
Slides about the MACS
Working in HIV is important to me because I am a transgender woman. The general public still looks at HIV as a gay disease, and I’m part of a community that proves that wrong. It is not a death sentence. You can live a happy, healthy life.