AIDS

Time To Rethink Renal Dosing Of Lamivudine?

Dose reductions of lamivudine may not be necessary for all patients with mild to moderate renal impairment, says Dr Paul Sax. Medscape HIV/AIDS
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Eacs 2019

Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from EACS 2019 Medscape HIV/AIDS
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19 Special-edition Holiday Gifts That Help Fight Hiv/aids With Every Purchase

When you purchase a PRODUCT(RED) holiday gift, a portion is given to the Global Fund where 100% of the money is used to end the spread of HIV/AIDS.
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New Strain Of Hiv Discovered For First Time In Nearly Two Decades

Scientists announced Wednesday that they had discovered a new strain of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, for the first time in nearly twenty years.A study published in the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome first reported by CNN found...
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One Step Closer To A 'game-changing' Tb Vaccine

(MedPage Today) -- Experts welcome news, as TB killed more people last year than HIV/AIDS
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Californians Can Soon Access Hiv Prevention Drugs Without A Prescription

Gov. Gavin Newsom said pre-exposure and post-exposure drugs have "transformed our fight against HIV and AIDS."
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Living Well, Living Longer With Hiv-aids

A nurse scientist at Case Western Reserve University is further expanding her research on aging-related health challenges increasingly faced by people living longer with HIV-AIDS.
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Gene Editing Prevents Hiv Replication, Revealing Potential Cure - Study

Using genetic sequencing, researchers may have identified a therapeutic means of eradicating the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), the disease caused if HIV is left untreated.
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Shuping Wang, Whistleblower Who Exposed China’s Hiv/aids Crisis, Dies At 59

She helped reveal contamination at blood plasma collection sites where an estimated 1 million farmers were infected with the deadly disease.
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87 Years Old, One Sex Partner, Diagnosed With Aids

As the nation takes steps to end the HIV epidemic, the search for every undiagnosed person with HIV becomes harder, so health departments are developing innovative ways to get patients tested. Medscape Medical News
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Ucsa 2019

Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from UCSA 2019 Medscape HIV/AIDS
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Uc San Diego Receives Funding From Ending The Hiv Epidemic Initiative

The San Diego Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) at University of California San Diego has been awarded planning grants to help the federal government achieve its goal of reducing the number of new HIV infections in the United States by 90 percent by...
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Texas Biomed Hires New Primate Center Researcher

The newest Professor at Texas Biomedical Research Institute, Mahesh Mohan, D.V.M., M.S., Ph.D., is an HIV researcher who focuses on what happens at the sub-cellular level when a person is infected with the virus that causes AIDS.
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Hiv-positive New Yorkers Are Living Longer But Still Dying From Underlying Infection, Not Just From...

A review of the autopsy reports of 252 men and women who died of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) in New York City between 1984 and 2016 reveals several long-term trends in combatting the epidemic.
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Botswana Considers Free Hiv/aids Drugs For Migrants

Mary Banda – not her real name - is a 35-year-old HIV positive sex worker from neighboring Zambia who cannot afford life-prolonging anti-retroviral drugs.Like many sex workers living with HIV in Botswana, she also cannot afford to travel back home...
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Fda Warns About 'miracle' Solution Claiming To Cure Autism, Cancer: 'the Same As Drinking Bleach'

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning people against buying or using “Miracle Mineral Solution” — a product being sold online as a remedy for cancer, autism, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis and other conditions — calling it a “dangerous”...
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Providing Meals And More To Those Less Fortunate

In 1988 - sensing a need -  religious leaders began delivering meals to people with HIV and AIDS who couldn't leave their homes. From that simple idea, the non-profit Food and Friends has grown into a Washington, D.C., institution, bringing...
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The End Of Hiv Is In Sight

Ryan White and I would be the same age if he were alive today. He's not. He died in 1990 at the age of 18, right before he was going to graduate from high school, of an AIDS-related respiratory tract infection. For the final few years of White's...
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Pastor Who Stole More Than $631,000 From Aids Charities Claims He’s ‘entitled To It’

A New York City pastor is being charged with stealing money that was allocated to go to help HIV-positive drug addicts to use for Caribbean vacations and gifts for himself. According to the New York Daily News, Bronx Pastor Reginald Williams, of the...
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Is End To Hiv Epidemic In Reach?

(MedPage Today) -- Won't be easy, but it's possible "everywhere" with the tools available, says HIV/AIDS advocate
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