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Today, as he sits in his Saratoga home feeling better than he has in years, he ponders a question no one can answer. "Why did I make it and other people didn't?" he asks. "There's a part of me that has a little bit of survivor guilt."...Now, for
Rating In Summary Incest is a crime we often sweep under the rug and refuse to deal with, but with what possible consequences? I had not heard from Helma in over three years, so when I got a phone call from her two weeks ago, it came as a surprise...
Earlier this month, doctors announced that a baby had been cured of an HIV infection . Now, using a similar technique, it appears that 14 adults have likewise been successfully treated for the disease. The trick, say the scientists, is to tackle the
Nearly 200 U.S. mothers this year will learn that their newborns are HIV-positive and that they will need a steady dose of antiretroviral medicines most likely for the rest of their lives. Stopping those medications, doctors say, will lead to certain
Hot on the heels of a report a few weeks ago about a baby being "functionally cured" of HIV , a new study by researchers at the Institute Pasteur indicate that this same result could be attained for 10 percent of patients. Their study was tiny it
Early HIV drugs 'functionally cure about one in 10' Health and science reporter, BBC News HIV, in green, bursting out of a white blood cell it has hijacked Rapid treatment after HIV infection may be enough to "functionally cure" about a 10th of those
The Ugandan government's draft 2013/2014 budget allocates US$38.5 million to enrol a further 100,000 people living with HIV on life-prolonging antiretroviral (ARV) drugs. Information Centre (AIC). "We need the governments commitment to increase the
The study included 3,300 people with HIV with an average age of 43, who were on antiretroviral therapy and had undetectable HIV levels and high levels of CD4+ immune cells...Researchers followed up three years later with the study participants, and
A precious baby boy from Minnesota became the latest victim of state-sponsored medical terrorism recently after Child Protective Services (CPS) forcibly abducted the otherwise healthy child from his birth mother and her family right after his birth.
Zimbabwe have welcomed the government's move to address the problem of HIV drug resistance by introducing third-line antiretroviral drug (ARVs). But it remains unclear how the cash-strapped government will finance this, as procuring the drugs will