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Judge Marc T. Treadwell, of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia has issued a permanent injunction against dietary supplement manufacturing company BioAnue Laboratories of Rochelle, GA and its owner/operators, Gloria and Kelly Raber, ordering them to stop illegally marketing its products as treatments for disease, and ... (more)
The technique, called 'passive immunotherapy,' may prove to be an effective substitute for the antiretroviral medications now used to control HIV, lead researcher Dr. Tae-Wook Chun said.
Here in her capacity as global ambassador and President of the International AIDS Society , that question followed her once again on her first visit to Seattle, where she took center stage August 27 at a public forum hosted by Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center.
They were dancing with a purpose in Easthampton Friday night for a Latin Dance Bash at Eastworks on Pleasant Street.
You've heard it. You've condemned it. You think it's anti-gay bigotry to say it.
New research has shown that broadly neutralizing antibodies can block HIV from entering into or replicating inside of CD4 cells in a laboratory setting.
Los Angeles-based porn producers are exercising an industry-wide moratorium - a temporary prohibition of activity - after one star is suspected to be HIV-positive.
HIV is the virus that causes AIDS. According to metro health the number of people infected with HIV increased 11 percent in 2013.
Writer Francisco White interviews these young people to bring awareness and heightened attention to the challenges they face.
Last month, the near possibility of an HIV cure was crippled; the "Mississippi baby" - a child believed to have been functionally cured of HIV - was found to have the virus once again.
A laboratory study led by scientists from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, part of the National Institutes of Health , lends further weight to the potential effectiveness of passive immunotherapy to suppress HIV in the absence of drug treatment.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University say that even though a baby in Mississippi who was initially thought to have been cured of HIV later relapsed, there may have been important information gleaned from the case.
Researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center and University of Nebraska Medical Center have received a $3.4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study an experimental drug combination that appears to rid white blood cells of HIV and keep the infection in check for long periods.
Adult-film studios locally and nationwide were asked to halt production Thursday after a performer tested positive for HIV, a trade group for the industry announced.
The 23rd annual "Dance for Life" gala benefiting HIV/AIDS care took place in the Grand Ballroom of the Chicago Hilton.
Applying the benefit of hindsight, researchers at Duke Medicine have reanalyzed the findings of two historic pediatric HIV vaccine trials with encouraging results.
Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 02:27 am
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