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India's HIV research pioneer Dr Suniti Solomon passes away at 76

Jul 29, 2015

India's HIV research pioneer Dr Suniti Solomon passes away at 76

Indian HIV researcher pioneer Dr Suniti Solomon, the first to bring to the world the prevalence of the infection in India in 1986 and one who successfully led research into the treatment of the deadly virus, passed away at 76. #India #Tamil Nadu #NewsTracker #HIV #Chennai #AIDS #USA #research #HIV infection #Suniti Solomon #Christian Medical College
New HIV infections down by 20 percent in India, says UN

Jul 15, 2015

New HIV infections down by 20 percent in India, says UN

India has been able to achieve a more than 20 per cent decline in new HIV infections between 2000 and 2014, reversing the spread of the virus. #India #NewsTracker #AIDS #HI #Virus #Decline #Disease #HIV infections
Cuba first country to eliminate mother-to-child HIV transmission

Jul 01, 2015

Cuba first country to eliminate mother-to-child HIV transmission

Cuba on Tuesday became the first country in the world to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis, the World Health Organization said #World #NewsTracker #HIV #WHO #Cuba #syphillis #Shareworthy
India scraps import duties on AIDS drugs to battle shortage in Naco efforts

Jun 11, 2015

India scraps import duties on AIDS drugs to battle shortage in Naco efforts

Government officials have previously said about a lack of participation by local drugmakers in the tenders floated by the Naco to procure drugs. #Health #HIV #Cipla #AIDS #PolicyWatch #Aurobindo Pharma #Mylan #NACO #BB Rewari #Antiretrovirals
Relief for HIV patient: Rs 6 lakh paid as compensation after wrongly implicating victim

Jun 10, 2015

Relief for HIV patient: Rs 6 lakh paid as compensation after wrongly implicating victim

In a relief to an HIV patient, whose health deteriorated while serving prison term, Madras High Court ordered government to pay him Rs six lakh compensation. #India #compensation #Madurai #HIV patient
Hunt for AIDS cure accelerates as GSK and US experts link up

May 11, 2015

Hunt for AIDS cure accelerates as GSK and US experts link up

Britain's GlaxoSmithKline , which decided last week to retain rather than float off its HIV drugs business, is to collaborate with U.S. scientists in developing a cure for AIDS. #US #NewsTracker #HIV #Drugs #AIDS #Britain #gsk #cure
Anti-HIV antibody shows promise in first human trial

Apr 09, 2015

Anti-HIV antibody shows promise in first human trial

A new anti-HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) antibody has been found safe and controlling HIV levels for about a month in early human trail, #World #HIV #New York #News #Human trial #antibody
Maharashtra health minister thinks LGBT community needs "psychological treatment"

Mar 24, 2015

Maharashtra health minister thinks LGBT community needs "psychological treatment"

According to Sawant, the LGBT community is in need of "psychological treatment and counselling". #India #Baba Ramdev #HIV #Mumbai #Shiv Sena #LGBT #Homosexual #FacePalm #cure
Boost for future cure as scientists discover 'hiding place' of HIV in human cells

Mar 04, 2015

Boost for future cure as scientists discover 'hiding place' of HIV in human cells

A team of scientists in Italy has discovered the "hiding place" of HIV virus in cells that holds promise for important developments towards new therapies to cure the disease. #science #Health #HIV #AIDS #HealthBuzz #Aids cure #HIV virus #ScienceBuzz #Human Immunodeficiency Virus #HIV hiding place
US drugmaker Merck grants free license for pediatric HIV drug

Feb 24, 2015

US drugmaker Merck grants free license for pediatric HIV drug

Drugmaker Merck & Co. has granted a free license allowing one of its HIV medicines to be made and sold inexpensively for use in young children in poor countries hard hit by the AIDS virus. #US #NewsTracker #HIV #Drugs #drugmaker #Merck #pediatric