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The experts have high hopes for a treatment that will be given at an early stage of infection, most likely a cocktail that includes an immunity booster and a virus killer...Proof of vaccine feasibility lay with a Thai study dubbed RV144, which in
French researchers identified the virus that causes the disease...Entitled Imagine the Future, the three-day conference builds on the 30th anniversary on Monday of the isolation of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). The Nobel-winning achievement,
Can we do the card-trade thing? she asked Mr. France, who was wearing a gray blazer over a sweater and a pair of jeans...Next up was a man in his 50s, who said he was making a self-financed film about cannabis prohibition and the war on drugs. Your
P Death wasn't being responded to as a public health problem, David France says...It was left to religious leaders to explain or respond to the epidemic...He adds: That's the hostility we all saw in the beginning, the early days...To achieve this
55 editor In the event that control and elimination of HIV is realised in the next few years, maintaining this success is going to be hard without a vaccine. Vaccine 2012 conference which ended Wednesday (Sept.12) in the American city of Boston.
Employers Move to Adapt Health Law (WSJ): Two key parts of the health law take effect today, a requirement for employers to give insurance-company refunds to workers and the inclusion of contraception and other health services in workers' insurance
Conference, which has brought more than 23,000 delegates from 195 countries to Washington July 22-27. As professionals and activists plunged into their discussions in the first days of the meeting, an alternate slogan for the event might have been "
Rating An international group of scientists on Sunday called for all adults who test positive for HIV to be treated with antiretroviral drugs right away rather than waiting for their immune systems to weaken...Research Consortium of Atlanta, urging
Well, in 2012 we've reached a point where the science has given us a number of interventions, particularly in the form of treatment and prevention of HIV, that if in fact we scale up the implementation of these by making treatment available by
Anthony Fauci, director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. "We don't even know if a cure is possible...Some 34 million people around the world are living with human immunodeficiency virus, which has killed 25 million