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The Daily Free Press
THC for HIV: Researchers connect psychoactive ingredient of medical marijuana to HIV treatment
Researchers at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center found that THC, one of the primary psychoactive ingredients in marijuana, helped treat the effects of SIV, an autoimmune disease similar to human HIV.
APS Elects New 2014 Officers
Barbara Alexander, PhD , Rudy M. Ortiz, PhD , and Bill Yates, PhD , were also announced as new APS Councillors.
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Mouledous formerly was Broadmoor's director of pre-construction services and rejoined the firm after serving for several years as a vice president of The Lemoine Co.
Medical News Today
Marijuana may protect the immune system against HIV and slow disease progression
New evidence that chronic intake of THC, the primary psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, can protect critical immune tissue in the gut from the damaging effects of HIV infection is reported in AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses , a peer-reviewed journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers.
Marijuana may halt HIV spread
Washington, Feb 19 : A new study has shown that chronic intake of THC, the primary psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, can protect critical immune tissue in the gut from the damaging effects of HIV infection.
Can marijuana protect the immune system against HIV and slow disease progression?
AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses , now celebrating its 30th year of publishing groundbreaking peer-reviewed research, presents papers, reviews, and case studies documenting the latest developments and research advances in the... New Rochelle, NY, February 18, 2014A-New evidence that chronic intake of THC, the primary psychoactive ingredient in ... (more)
LSU Health Sciences Center honors Peggy and Jack Laborde, Dr. Joseph LaNasa Jr. and Dr. James Leonard
The Louisiana State Health Sciences Center, UroTigers Alumni Society and LSU Health Foundation joined forces for "A Dinner to Benefit Urology," at which supporters were honored, and funds were raised to support the mission of education and research in the Department of Urology.