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Levels of Hidden Pools of Virus in HIV Patients Greater Than Previously Thought
A major issue with trying to permanently cure HIV is that inactive pools of...
- Posted October 25, 2013
Protein in Breast Milk May Help Block HIV Infection in Newborns
A team of researchers has identified a protein in breast milk that could help...
- Posted October 22, 2013
Better Understanding of How HIV Replicates Could Help Researchers Fight Infection
Understanding how HIV replicates is key to finding a way to block the virus....
- Posted September 20, 2013
HIV Can Be Eliminated from the Body with New Candidate Vaccine
A newly developed vaccine against HIV has been shown to be effective against the...
- Posted September 11, 2013
New HIV Vaccine Strategy Increases Targets for the Immune System to Recognize
Increasing the ability of immune cells to recognize HIV infection is being lauded as...
- Posted May 28, 2013
Infant “Functionally Cured” of HIV Infection
Researchers have reported the first “cure” of HIV in a young child. The infant...
- Posted March 5, 2013
Many Patients Don’t Tell Health Care Staff They Are HIV-Positive
The treatment and care of individuals infected with HIV may be impaired, doctors say,...
- Posted February 14, 2013