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Feeding Stigma: Ending the Ignorance Of Attaching HIV To Hypersexuality

Feeding Stigma: Ending the Ignorance Of Attaching HIV To Hypersexuality

Stop spreading the sexual deviance rumors as a way to make yourself feel better about your sex practices.

By: George M. Johnson

Feeding Stigma: Ending the Ignorance Of Attaching HIV To Hypersexuality

By: George M. Johnson
June 21st
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June 21st
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Feeding Stigma: Ending the Ignorance Of Attaching HIV To Hypersexuality

George's LGBTea: The Continued Importance of Black HIV CBOs and Conferences In HIV Work

George's LGBTea: The Continued Importance of Black HIV CBOs and Conferences In HIV Work

Black CBOs and ASOs matter in 2018.

By: George M. Johnson

George's LGBTea: The Continued Importance of Black HIV CBOs and Conferences In HIV Work

By: George M. Johnson
January 24th
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January 24th
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George's LGBTea: The Continued Importance of Black HIV CBOs and Conferences In HIV Work

Trump-Proposed FY18 Budget Cuts to HIV Funding Exceed $1Billion Globally

Trump-Proposed FY18 Budget Cuts to HIV Funding Exceed $1Billion Globally

...nothing can be trusted until it is actually on paper. 

By: George M. Johnson

Trump-Proposed FY18 Budget Cuts to HIV Funding Exceed $1Billion Globally

By: George M. Johnson
November 21st
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November 21st
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Trump-Proposed FY18 Budget Cuts to HIV Funding Exceed $1Billion Globally

Three-in-One Antibody Protects Monkeys From HIV-Like Virus

Three-in-One Antibody Protects Monkeys From HIV-Like Virus

NIH and Sanofi scientists prepare to test antibody in people.

By: HIV Equal

Three-in-One Antibody Protects Monkeys From HIV-Like Virus

By: HIV Equal
September 21st
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September 21st
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Three-in-One Antibody Protects Monkeys From HIV-Like Virus

How Scientists Cut HIV Out of its Hiding Spots Using "Molecular Scissors"

How Scientists Cut HIV Out of its Hiding Spots Using "Molecular Scissors"

 It has been talked about as a real possibility that has inspired hope for some time now: Genetically editing HIV right out of cells. And while the reality of such gene editing still is most likely a very long way away, scientists in Germany have found a new way to do it that appears safe and totally effective. Reported online this week in the journal Nature Biotechnology , the fascinating paper shows how researchers created a new enzyme called Brec1 to serve as a “molecular scissors” to splice HIV right out of a cell’s DNA. Reported first in the news media by Ars Technica , writer Beth Mole explains in common language how the scientists accomplished such a feat. “With a custom enzyme made through coerced evolution,
By: David Heitz

How Scientists Cut HIV Out of its Hiding Spots Using "Molecular Scissors"

By: David Heitz
February 26th
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February 26th
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How Scientists Cut HIV Out of its Hiding Spots Using "Molecular Scissors"

How One Foundation Is Fast-Tracking HIV Research

How One Foundation Is Fast-Tracking HIV Research

They may not be the largest foundation dedicated to ending HIV, but the Campbell Foundation has a reputation for coming through when important research projects need a boost to continue their momentum.

 

By: David Heitz

How One Foundation Is Fast-Tracking HIV Research

By: David Heitz
February 18th
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February 18th
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How One Foundation Is Fast-Tracking HIV Research

Scientists Find Way to "Kick" HIV Out of its Hiding Spots

Scientists Find Way to "Kick" HIV Out of its Hiding Spots

A drug used to treat alcoholism also wakes up latent HIV reservoirs hiding in the bodies of infected people.

 

By: David Heitz

Scientists Find Way to "Kick" HIV Out of its Hiding Spots

By: David Heitz
February 14th
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February 14th
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Scientists Find Way to "Kick" HIV Out of its Hiding Spots

Could an FDA-Approved Drug be Repurposed as an HIV-Vaccine?

Could an FDA-Approved Drug be Repurposed as an HIV-Vaccine?

A new study shows how an enzyme already approved by the FDA could be used as a part on an HIV vaccine.

By: David Heitz

Could an FDA-Approved Drug be Repurposed as an HIV-Vaccine?

By: David Heitz
February 10th
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February 10th
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Could an FDA-Approved Drug be Repurposed as an HIV-Vaccine?

New Research on HIV's Hiding Spots Gets Scientists One Step Closer to Cure

New Research on HIV's Hiding Spots Gets Scientists One Step Closer to Cure

For a long time, scientists have struggled with how to target HIV hiding in the body's reservoirs. New research may just be the key. 

By: David Heitz

New Research on HIV's Hiding Spots Gets Scientists One Step Closer to Cure

By: David Heitz
January 28th
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January 28th
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New Research on HIV's Hiding Spots Gets Scientists One Step Closer to Cure

Top 10 Scientific HIV Breakthroughs of 2015

Top 10 Scientific HIV Breakthroughs of 2015

From man-made antibodies to laser beams that could deliver medicine, 2015 was a year of incredible scientific advancements.

By: David Heitz

Top 10 Scientific HIV Breakthroughs of 2015

By: David Heitz
December 27th
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Top 10 Scientific HIV Breakthroughs of 2015