Opinion leading clinicians from London's Chelsea and Westminster Hospital give an overview of the state of HIV treatment in different settings, including those with limited resources.
The Chelsea and Westminster and RDI teams describe the RDI's approach to developing computational models that predict how patients will respond to different combinations of HIV drugs.
The Chelsea and Westminster and RDI teams describe how the RDI's models can be used to help optimise HIV treatment decision-making, using the RDI's free online HIV Treatment Response Prediction System (HIV-TRePS).
The opinion leading clinicians from London's Chelsea and Westminster Hospital give their views of how the treatment of HIV will evolve in the future in different settings, as well as looking back over careers spent in the development and practice of state-of-the-art HIV management.
The HIV Treatment Response Prediction System - using the experience of treating tens of thousands of patients to guide optimal drug selection. Plenary presentation: O131 at: HIV Drug Therapy in the Americas - HIVAmericas.
Computational models that predict response to HIV therapy may reduce virological failure and therapy costs in resource-limited settings. Late breaker oral O234 presentation at: 11th International Congress on Drug Therapy in HIV Infection.