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The child known as the "Mississippi Baby" - an infant seemingly cured of human immunodeficiency virus infection whose case was reported in the New England Journal of Medicine last fall - now has detectable levels of HIV after more than 2 years of not taking antiretroviral therapy without evidence of virus, according to a report from the National ... (more)
ENUF is a crowd-sourced campaign that uses the experiences of people living with HIV to challenge stigma and discrimination, while celebrating the resilience of HIV-positive people in overcoming these challenges.
The Affordable Care Act has established basic core health requirements for insurance plans offered in the U.S. that support those diagnosed with life-threatening chronic diseases, including HIV.
As the old killer makes a comeback, the World Health Organization is urging precautionary measures for one group in particular: men who have sex with men.
A young girl who made headlines around the world when she appeared to have been "cured" of HIV soon after birth has now tested positive for the AIDS virus.
Jhpiego, an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University, with funding from the US President's emergency Plan for AIDS Relief , has donated computers and hospital equipment worth GHA 100, 000 to the Ghana Armed Forces of the 37 Military Hospital.
The 9th Annual Saddle Up LA: an AIDS benefit trail ride and BBQ is set for Saturday, July 12 at 3pm.
PANAJI: Impasse over continuation of 13-odd "HIV positive" students in a South Goa school has deepened with more parents now resolving to withdraw their wards from the school in protest against management's decision to not cancel admission of these children.
HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, does its damage by decimating immune cells. But it also lies dormant in some cells, creating a reservoir that can restart an active infection long after the active virus has been cleared by treatments.
ASHLEY HALL: The World Health Organization is urging all sexually active gay men to take drugs normally used to treat HIV in order to prevent infection happening in the first place.
A U.S. girl born with the AIDS virus and in remission for years despite stopping treatment now shows signs that she still harbors HIV - and therefore is not cured.
After 24 years, the health care charity Miracle House has announced they will shutter operations after one final fundraising drive for closing costs.
The World Health Organization has thrown its weight behind a controversial strategy for curbing the spread of HIV/AIDS: Today the organization strongly recommended that men who have sex with men consider taking a daily pill that prevents infection with the virus.
In an effort to reduce the barriers that come with HIV testing, the procedure will be part of regular patient care for all northern communities.
A child flies a kite with a red ribbon during a World AIDS Day event in Beijing November 30, 2008.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 02:01 am
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