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University Of Pittsburgh: Researchers Found A Way To Detect HIV Virus More Accurately, Paves Way To Close In On A Cure [VIDEO]

Jun 01, 2017 AM EDT The researchers of the University of Pittsburgh have found the way to detect HIV more accurately. The new and more accurate HIV test of the University of Pittsburgh researchers is called the TZA test.

Temple University Research Shows Promise In Eliminating The HIV Virus [VIDEO]

May 02, 2017 AM EDT Scientists from Temple University said that they were able to eliminate HIV virus in mice models using CRISPR

Scientists’ New Technique Can Prevent HIV and Possibly Cure It [Video]

Apr 15, 2017 PM EDT New technique of preventing the HIV infection could possibly also cure it.

Scripps Research Institute Scientists Find New Way In Making Cells HIV-Resistant [Video]

Apr 13, 2017 AM EDT The method allows antibodies to stick to a cell's surface instead of just floating in the bloodstream.

Cardiff University, UCLA Researchers Discover Neuron Protein That Affects Cognitive Abilities and HIV-Related Dementia

Feb 10, 2017 AM EST Researchers from Cardif University and UCLA discovered that reduction of CCR5 neuron protein on the brain will improve memory. It will also treat HIV-related dementia.

HIV Testing Kits in Vending Machines of a University in China

Oct 26, 2016 PM EDT A university in China is now selling HIV testing kits in their vending machines

HIV Trend Increased In 74 Countries Despite The Total Global Decrease

Jul 21, 2016 PM EDT Human Immuno Virus (HIV) has a bad trend over the past decade. It increased in rate in 74 countries worldwide.

Prince Harry Took An HIV Test; People With HIV Were Taught With Basic Digital Camera Skills

Jul 18, 2016 AM EDT The London-based photographer Gideon Mendel, whose work involves contemporary social issues of global concern, had won several prestigious awards for his photos of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Yale-led Study In Africa: HIV Treatment Does Not Go Well With Antimalarials

Jul 08, 2016 PM EDT The Sub-Saharan Africa threatens millions of people's life because of the overlapping burdens brought both by malaria and HIV. A Yale-led study in Africa is researching about the impact made by HIV ...

New York University Meyers' Dr. Yzette Lanier Receives A Whopping $1.2 Million Grant From CDC To Conduct HIV Behavioral Intervention!

Jul 06, 2016 AM EDT Looks like Dr. Yzette Lanier who serves as an Assistant Professor at NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing is on a roll as she was recently awarded a four-year, $1,200,000 grant from the Centers for ...

Half of gay black men in U.S. will have HIV

Feb 25, 2016 PM EST According to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about half of all gay black men and a quarter of gay Latino men in the U.S. will be diagnosed with HIV.

Puerto Rican Drug Injectors More Likely To Contract HIV, Study

Sep 13, 2014 AM EDT Puerto Rican drug injectors are twice more likely to contract HIV than their American counterparts, according to a New York University study.

Researchers find Source of Fungal Infections Affecting HIV/AIDS Patients in Southern California

Aug 22, 2014 AM EDT Duke University researchers have identified the environmental source of fungal infections that have been plaguing HIV/AIDS patients in Southern California for decades.

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