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Sponsored Links The fight against HIV has suffered a disheartening setback after the virus reemerged in two patients previously believed to have been functionally cured...Antiretroviral drugs can help control HIV, but currently there is no known cure.
Timothy Henrich, a physician-researcher at the Boston Brigham and Women's Hospital, believed the re-emergence of the virus demonstrates that HIV reservoirs, latent cells carrying the virus, "is deeper and more persistent" than scientists had realised.
Two patients previously thought to be cured' of HIV after undergoing bone marrow transplants have experienced recurrences of the virus in their blood, the Boston Globe reported. HIV's ability to thoroughly hide within the body, according to lead
Wambui is now a trainer of trainers who reaches out to the deaf and dump...Kenya who were tested between 2011 and 2013 turned out HIV positive. In Summary 60-year-old Josephine Leavi has learnt to live with her difficulties taking life as it is. She
From Soshanguve, Mawasha was diagnosed with HIV in 1998 after his health took a turn for the worst. He felt weak and had a persistent cough, but Mawasha never thought his condition was serious. He was shocked when the doctor asked him if he had ever
In Summary Out of more than 11,000 people infected with the virus, only 800 were taking drugs Thousands are living with the virus without taking the recommended Antiretroviral drugs for fear of stigmatisation advertisement Thousands of HIV-positive
Thus, even as the State continues to focus on the goal of preventing new HIV infections in the general population, the major challenge in the coming years would be ensuring continued care and support services for those who are surviving with the
Share When a friend in London told me he was HIV-positive in the early 1980s, neither of us really knew what it meant...I was shocked by how much his condition had deteriorated in the couple of years since I'd last seen him, when he had been well
In common with many people diagnosed with HIV in the 1980s, Danny West thought he had just months to live. He became ill, watched friends die and prepared for his own demise at the hands of what was then an unknown virus. Nearly 30 years on, Danny,
Video Video Workplaces must find better ways to help employees overcome mental health issues...Day on Sunday, experts are assessing the fight against the disease and finding worrisome gaps and weaknesses...Access to antiretroviral drugs has expanded