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US, EU protest UN decision to bar non-govt groups from AIDS meet

May 18, 2016

US, EU protest UN decision to bar non-govt groups from AIDS meet

The United States and the European Union are protesting a UN decision to bar at least 20 non-governmental groups from taking part in a major AIDS conference in June. #United States #United Nations #NewsTracker #HIV #European Union #UN #LGBTI
Guwahati: Child tests HIV-positive after blood transfusion

May 10, 2016

Guwahati: Child tests HIV-positive after blood transfusion

A three-and-half-year-old child, who was being treated for burn injuries at Gauhati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH), allegedly contracted HIV positive virus after transfusion of blood. #NewsTracker #HIV #Guwahati #Blood transfusion
Single antibody infusions found promising against HIV

Apr 28, 2016

Single antibody infusions found promising against HIV

A single antibody infusion can protect monkeys against infection with an HIV-like virus for up to 23 weeks, researchers have found. #NewsTracker #Health #HIV #HIV virus #FHealth #antibody infusions
Here is how HIV virus evades immune system

Apr 18, 2016

Here is how HIV virus evades immune system

Scientists have identified a human (host) protein that weakens the immune response to HIV and other viruses. #NewsTracker #Health #HIV #AIDS #Immune system #HIV virus #FHealth
Combined HIV, hepatitis C vaccination a possibility soon, say researchers

Apr 13, 2016

Combined HIV, hepatitis C vaccination a possibility soon, say researchers

Researchers have for the first time found it possible to generate simultaneous immune response against diseases such as Hepatitis C virus and HIV #NewsTracker #Health #HIV #University of Oxford #hepatitis C #FHealth
HIV drug may check skin cancer becoming drug-resistant: Study

Mar 15, 2016

HIV drug may check skin cancer becoming drug-resistant: Study

A drug prescribed for patients affected with HIV infection is likely to prevent skin cancer developing resistance at the initial stages, finds a new study. #NewsTracker #HIV #Skin cancer #Human Immunodeficiency Virus #HIV drug #drug-resistant
Watch out! Dating sites may be spreading HIV, claim researchers

Feb 29, 2016

Watch out! Dating sites may be spreading HIV, claim researchers

Dating websites and apps may be behind the growing number of newly HIV-infected men in the US, a new study has said #NewsTracker #Health #HIV #Dating #HIV positive #dating apps #Dating websites
How Charlie Sheen's disclosure led to surge in HIV coverage

Feb 23, 2016

How Charlie Sheen's disclosure led to surge in HIV coverage

Soon after the disclosure by actor Charlie Sheen on TV that he was HIV-positive, there has been a surge in both news coverage of HIV and Google searches for information about HIV #World #Google #Hollywood #Charlie Sheen #HIV #News Coverage
A bird? A plane? It is a 'Super Condom': New non-latex invention kills HIV virus even after breaking

Dec 16, 2015

A bird? A plane? It is a 'Super Condom': New non-latex invention kills HIV virus even after breaking

Researchers including an Indian-American professor have developed a non-latex condom which contains antioxidants and can kill the virus even after breaking #NewsTracker #HIV #AIDS #research #HIV Prevention #Condoms #AIDS awareness #Reproductive healthcare