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One treatment for HIV and an aggressive form of leukemia?

Scientists at the Laboratory for Molecular Virology and Gene Therapy at KU Leuven have discovered that a protein that plays an important role in...

$8.4 Million Grant to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Funds Five-Year HIV...

Research aims to improve HIV care and prevention among young men of color Researchers at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles have received an $8.4 million grant...

Breast Cancer Drug Fights Lethal Fungal Infection in HIV/AIDS Patients

A drug used to treat breast cancer may soon have another use - as a weapon against a lethal fungal infection that kills more...

The alarming state of HIV in the south

NACCHO Announces New Initiative to Address Disparities in HIV Outcomes among Minority Populations in the South Washington, DC — The National Association of County and City...

Clues Found for AIDS Vaccine Trial Success

By Joe DeCapua In 2009, a study in Thailand proved for the first time that an AIDS vaccine was possible. But scientists were not sure...

Artificial Pancreas Shows Promise in Humans

By Jessica Berman Human clinical trials of an advanced artificial pancreas look promising, according to researchers, who hope the device will help insulin-dependent diabetics avoid...

AIDS, TB Patients Not Forgotten During Liberia’s Ebola Crisis

DAKAR, SENEGAL— With health clinics closed and people afraid to come in for treatment, Liberia's national AIDS commission says they are now going door-to-door to get people to come take their antiretroviral medications. All eyes are on Ebola, but experts say there are other deadly diseases being overlooked in the crisis.

Exercise Pills Promise Benefits Without the Workout

  By Jessica Berman Wouldn’t it be great to take an exercise pill and get all of the benefits of a workout with none of the...

New Harris Study Paints New Face of AIDS

New Survey Showed That Most People Living With HIV Were More Concerned About Their Other Chronic Health Conditions Than Their HIV KENILWORTH, N.J., – Merck...

Argentina Celebrates New Year Free of Trans Fats

By Fabiana Frayssinet Medialunas with coffee and milk, a classic breakfast in Argentina, in a typical Buenos Aires café. From now on, these small croissants...