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Social and structural factors associated with HIV infection among female sex workers who inject drugs in the Mexico-US border region.
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Over the past week, scientist and advocates around the world refocused their attention on the search for an HIV vaccine.
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Front row, from left to right: Jenetta Johnson, Miss Major Griffin-Gracy, Sharyn Grayson.
From June 2nd through June 8th I will ride my bike 545 miles from San Francisco to Los Angeles in AIDS/LifeCycle 12.
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Following a smear campaign targeting his sexuality and HIV status, Kristopher Sharp came out victorious in UHD's election for student body vice president.
The same team of researchers has been utilizing this unique approach to develop its own HIV vaccine candidate, which has so far shown promising results in animal studies.
New, more sensitive detection systems being developed use microspheres to capture HIV antibodies and can measure even small amounts of multiple antibodies at one time.
It is impossible to have a modern conversation about HIV and HIV stigma without having the term "undetectable" used, misused, and abused.
Here is a big privacy win for those living with HIV and AIDS and this win could spread to all patients who need medication.
"Our findings highlight how IL-21 could be important in the development of antiviral vaccines," says research associate Ata Ur Rasheed Mohammed, PhD, the first author of the paper.
More than three years after the United States lifted a 22-year-old travel ban on people living with HIV, "It's my dream that some miracle worker takes me home and reunites me with my mom.
The Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS in Arizona has received a $3 million gift for its capital campaign to finish construction on its new health and wellness center, according to an SWHIV statement.
NEW DELHI: Fire in the Blood directed by Dylan Mohan Gray has won the 2013 DOXA Feature Documentary Award, the main prize at the DOXA Documentary Film Festival, which concluded recently in Vancouver.
The integration of mental health interventions into HIV prevention and treatment platforms can reduce the opportunity costs of care and improve treatment outcomes, argues a new Policy Forum article published in this week's PLOS Medicine .