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1 hr ago | EDGE
PrEP researchers Walid Heneine, Gerardo Garcia-Lerma, Peter Anton, and Craig Hendrix during a 2011 CROI panel HIV researchers from across the globe came together in Boston last week from March 3-6 for the annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections .
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3 hrs ago | Science Daily
One person's unique ability to fight HIV has provided key insights into an immune response that researchers now hope to trigger with a vaccine, according to new findings.
7 hrs ago | AlertNet
Three Louisiana insurers agreed on Monday to continue to accept payments from a federal program for low-income people with HIV/AIDS to cover their Obamacare insurance premiums, the carriers said during a hearing in U.S. District Court.
11 hrs ago | Infection Control Today
National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is observed on March 10 to raise awareness about how women can protect themselves and their partners from HIV by getting tested, using condoms, and checking with their healthcare provider about medicines that prevent and treat HIV.
12 hrs ago | Washington Times
The Iowa Supreme Court is considering whether to uphold the conviction of an Iowa man with HIV who was imprisoned for not telling a partner he carried the virus when they had sex in 2008.
13 hrs ago | Business Journal
Seattle BioMed said it's received a seven-year, $9.8 million grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to develop a vaccine targeting HIV/AIDS.
15 hrs ago | ThinkProgress
Today marks National Women and Girl's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day , a day focused on educating, advocating and supporting women and girls in the U.S. who are living with this disease.
15 hrs ago | Aidsmap
A number of studies at last week's Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections examined whether people with HIV had an elevated risk of heart attack and other manifestations of cardiovascular disease.
16 hrs ago | TwinCities
After years of running Minnesota's largest needle exchange, Brian Warden is beginning to see something new among the increasing numbers of suburban and rural heroin users coming to trade in used needles.
One of my earliest memories of consuming media is watching barely-understood but scary news reports about AIDS in the late 1980s; today, it's conceivable that many young people might not learn about the disease until they have to take sex ed.
A child born HIV-positive in Mississippi continues to do well and without any sign of the virus in her system.
Researchers say they have genetically modified the immune cells of 12 HIV positive patients in hopes of making their cells immune to infections.
HEALTH minister Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda has called for a need to scale up HIV/AIDS campaign to ensure that there is increased abstinence and condom use.
Acadiana CARES is the Acadiana area organization that is entrusted with providing case management and other vital services to persons who are HIV positive or may be at risk of contracting the disease.
The public awareness campaigns surrounding HIV/AIDS have been a staple of urban billboards, bus shelters, and LGBT magazines for decades.
Presence of IgM antibodies which sensitize HIV-1-infected cells to cytolysis by homologous complement in long-term survivors of HIV infection.
The baby infected with AIDS virus, was cured of the disease with "early treatment, a New Zealand Herald report reveals.