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Outspoken artist Edison Liburd, in St. John's, Antigua. Credit: Desmond Brown/IPS By Desmond Brown ST. JOHN'S, Antigua - At 49 years old, Edison Liburd has established...

By Nathan James Researchers have discovered a "highly aggressive" new strain of HIV, which advances to "full-blown AIDS" three times faster than other known strains...

Columbia Engineers Create Smartphone Accessory for Rapid Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases—HIV + Syphilis—at Point of Care New York, NY — A team of researchers, led...

By Kim Lewis The results of a new study revealed in the medical journal, The Lancet, covering 12 countries in sub-Saharan Africa asks how some...

Men navigate with difficulty around an idea of masculinity that leads them to ignore their own health needs regarding HIV. Credit: Mercedes Sayagues/IPS By Miriam...

Awakening Cells’ Killer Instinct: Scientists Train Immune System to Spot and Destroy Cure-Defying Mutant HIV Luring dormant HIV out of hiding and destroying its last...

By Steve Baragona Researchers have a new lead on why HIV has been so hard to cure, and a potential new strategy for driving the...

DURHAM, N.C. – The antibody response from an HIV vaccine trial in Thailand was made possible by a genetic trait carried over in humans...

Enters into Agreement with Florida Insurance Commissioner Tampa, FL and Washington, DC - The AIDS Institute welcomes an agreement between Humana Medical Plan and the...

FREETOWN - The outbreak of the deadly Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone has dwarfed the campaign against HIV/AIDS, to the extent that patients no longer go to hospitals and treatment centres out of fear of contracting the Ebola virus.