Boston researchers reveal new evidence of reservoirs after virus reemerges
New report also finds fewer HIV-infections among infants
Strain progresses to AIDS about two years faster
AIDS cases up 113% since 2012 in Eastern Europe
The reservoir of inactive HIV in the body of infected individuals may be up to 60 times larger than scientists anticipated, according to Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) scientists.
The revelation comes 18 months after all treatment ceased
The latest cases of HIV in the pornography industry are fueling AIDS activists to push for state laws demanding condom use among actors.
In the U.S., fewer newborn baby boys were circumcised before leaving the hospital compared to 30 years ago. What’s going on?
Members of the American Medical Association (AMA) voted to end a decades-old ban against gay men donating blood.
Here’s a quick look at the biggest health stories this week.
For the first time, a federally convened panel of experts is recommending HIV testing for all adults based on evidence that early detection of the virus could lead to more effective treatment of infection.
Promising trials hinted that circumcision could lower rates of HIV infection, but until now, researchers didn’t fully understand why
Researchers report a breakthrough in generating powerful antibodies that can neutralize HIV.