Topics :: HIV treatment
By Andrew Clark | Thursday Dec 27, 2012
Late last month, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton unveiled PEPFAR, the State Department’s "blueprint" to combat AIDS in the coming years, including bringing transmission to a minimum.
By Joe Siegel | Friday Dec 7, 2012
Rhode Island AIDS service organizations gathered at the State House for World AIDS Day, but admitted that without additional funding, HIV will continue to be a serious public health problem in the Ocean State.
By Rachel Breitman | Friday Nov 30, 2012
An HIV vaccine to inoculate high-risk populations against the virus is three decades in the making, and progress continues to be slow. An upcoming trial of a Novartis product is planned for 2015, but even if successful, won’t be widely available til 2021.
By Andrew Clark | Wednesday Nov 28, 2012
While HIV/AIDS may be a manageable disease for first-world countries, in Africa, the global epidemic rages, with little resources to treat the infected. And alarming numbers of new infections continue in the Caribbean, Southeast Asia and Central America.
By EDGE | Monday Nov 26, 2012
Ask the Doc looks at vaccines for people living with HIV/AIDS, including the recent meningitis vaccines, for pneumococcal pneumonia, for HPV, or even just a yearly flu shot.
By David De Bacco | Saturday Nov 24, 2012
The AIDS Project Los Angeles quarterly Town Hall focused on HIV cure research in their "HIV Matters" Town Hall. Featured writers included Berlin patient Timothy Ray Brown and keynote speaker Dr. David DiGiusto.
By Antoinette Weil | Tuesday Nov 20, 2012
The Boston Living Center and Victory Programs enjoy a longtime tradition as they invite people living with HIV/AIDS and their guests to a free Thanksgiving feast tonight at Hynes Convention Center.
By Andrew Clark | Saturday Nov 3, 2012
The Gay and Lesbian Latino AIDS Education Initiative and House of Blahnik merged forces to form Project Mobilize, Educate, & Engage, a task force to pioneer the advocacy for awareness and treatment of HIV in the transgender community.
By Louise Adams | Thursday Nov 1, 2012
Grassroots organization Food for Thought provides meals and support for people with HIV in Sonoma County, and hosts festivals that help raise funds to keep their programs open.
By Jason St. Amand | Monday Oct 15, 2012
The president of Gambia, a tiny West African country, claims that his remedy of herbs can cure HIV and AIDS.