Healthy lifestyle may mitigate genetic risk for Alzheimer's, study shows
Different HIV subtypes, or clades, predominate in various geographic regions around the world. Clade C HIV is common in southern A...
Pipeline of PrEP Alternatives Grows, but There Are No Easy Answers
However, a new study published in the journal Current HIV/AIDS Reports, notes that cost isn't the only significant barrier. Ma...
More homicides committed on hotter days in SA
The article's lead author, Associate Professor Matthew Chersich, from the Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute, told Cit...
HIV Patients with Compassionate Care Providers Remain in Treatment Longer
Adults with human immunodeficiency (HIV) who receive compassionate and respectful care from their primary health care providers ar...
Stamping Out HIV Stigma in Mississippi
She and Reed-Owens primarily focus on HIV work, which they have been doing ... "We're very proud of the work we do around...
Global Phase 3 Study Will Determine Efficacy of HIV Prevention Vaccine
Janssen, in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the HIV Vaccine Trials Network (HVTN), is launching a p...
HIV cases in decline in Louisiana
"I feel as though we will actually see the end of HIV in our lifetime," Fran Lawless, director of the Office of Health P...
HIV DNA persists in spinal fluid despite treatment, linked to cognitive impairment
Many people living with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and using ... Even though ART does not cure HIV, the medicines can ...
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