How Re-Engineering HIV Patients' Blood May Lead To A Cure WVXU
Gene editing, or the process of making specific changes to DNA, is already helping cancer patients and people with certain inherited diseases. The.
"As Much As I Can" Addresses Misnomers About HIV/AIDS TeenVogue.com
There's an infamous Australian advertisement that has a grim reaper tossing a bowling ball down an alley in the direction of scared white families who serve as ...
Jonathan Van Ness Reveals HIV Diagnosis, Former Drug Addiction Variety
“Queer Eye's” Jonathan Van Ness is getting vulnerable in his new memoir “Over the Top.” In a preview of his book with the New York Times, Van Ness opened ...
Billy Porter Praises Jonathan Van Ness for Revealing HIV Status: 'Visibility Is the Point' PEOPLE.com
"We need to take the stigma away from it," Billy Porter told PEOPLE at the Emmy Awards on Sunday night, when he made history with his win.
FDA Expands Indications for Pifeltro and Delstrigo for HIV Medscape
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) expanded the indications for two HIV drugs to include appropriate patients with HIV-1 who are virologically ...
In a CRISPR first, therapy aiming to cure HIV patient appears safe STAT
An HIV-positive man in China is doing well after receiving infusions of donor cells whose genes were edited with CRISPR 19 months ago, scientists reported on ...
Hundreds participate in HIV, AIDS fundraiser WTHR
Hundreds of people walked along the canal Sunday to raise awareness about HIV and Aids.
PolitiFact Florida: Sen. Rick Scott misleads about 'record funding' for HIV prevention Tampa Bay Times
An investigative report by The Guardian found that when Sen. Rick Scott was Florida's governor, he left millions of federal dollars unspent to fight HIV. That has ...
Initiating HIV Services in ED Critical to Ending Epidemic Contagionlive.com
Jump-starting HIV treatment in hospital emergency department settings could be a key to curbing the spread of the virus.
Meet the HIV-positive man celebrating his 100th birthday New York Post
The world's oldest-living person with HIV is celebrating his 100th birthday -- stunning doctors who call him an "icon of hope" for people living with the disease, ...
Long-acting injectable multi-drug implant shows promise for HIV prevention and treatment Medical Xpress
A new study published today in Nature Communications shows a promising alternative for those who have to take a daily pill regimen. Targeting HIV treatment ...
HIV Statistics: What Are the Current Numbers? U.S. News & World Report
HIV and AIDS have been part of the world's consciousness for 40 years now. In 1979 and 1980, doctors in Los Angeles and New York were suddenly reporting ...
Scientists Use CRISPR Tool in Attempt to Cure HIV WebMD
FRIDAY, Sept. 13, 2019 -- The first attempt to use the gene-editing tool CRISPR to cure HIV infection was unsuccessful but the approach does show promise.
HIV implant targets disease for up to a year The Engineer
US researchers have developed an injectable implant that delivers multiple drugs to prevent and treat HIV and other conditions over long periods of time.
'I was refused a tattoo because I am HIV positive' BBC News
Deejay Bullock says he was "absolutely devastated" to be refused a tattoo because he is HIV positive. The 38-year-old, who was diagnosed a decade ago, said ...