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Organ Transplants From People with HIV or Hepatitis C Show Early Success

Organ Transplants From People with HIV or Hepatitis C Show Early Success

Since 2016, 24 transplant centers have transplanted 14 kidneys and 10 livers from deceased HIV-positive donors to HIV-positive recipients. 

By: Grant Schleifer

Organ Transplants From People with HIV or Hepatitis C Show Early Success

By: Grant Schleifer
May 22nd
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May 22nd
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Organ Transplants From People with HIV or Hepatitis C Show Early Success

FDA Approves First Long-Acting Treatment for Multidrug Resistant HIV Infection

FDA Approves First Long-Acting Treatment for Multidrug Resistant HIV Infection

As the first ever long-acting HIV treatment, Trogarzo is administered via intravenous infusion once every two weeks.

By: Grant Schleifer

FDA Approves First Long-Acting Treatment for Multidrug Resistant HIV Infection

By: Grant Schleifer
March 27th
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March 27th
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FDA Approves First Long-Acting Treatment for Multidrug Resistant HIV Infection

Seasons of Risk: Why Gay and Bisexual Men Quit Taking PrEP

Seasons of Risk: Why Gay and Bisexual Men Quit Taking PrEP

A new study reveals the various reasons why gay and bisexual men stop taking PrEP.

By: Grant Schleifer

Seasons of Risk: Why Gay and Bisexual Men Quit Taking PrEP

By: Grant Schleifer
February 20th
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February 20th
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Seasons of Risk: Why Gay and Bisexual Men Quit Taking PrEP

Study Shows Cannabis Could Prevent Cognitive Decline in People with HIV

Study Shows Cannabis Could Prevent Cognitive Decline in People with HIV

This is a follow-up article to a story we posted back in December, 2017.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study Shows Cannabis Could Prevent Cognitive Decline in People with HIV

By: Grant Schleifer
January 2nd
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January 2nd
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Study Shows Cannabis Could Prevent Cognitive Decline in People with HIV

Sunny Benefits: How Oral Vitamin D May Help Slow Down HIV Progression

Sunny Benefits: How Oral Vitamin D May Help Slow Down HIV Progression

Research shows that a vitamin D supplement taken orally can provide benefits to boost the immune systems of people with HIV.

By: David Heitz

Sunny Benefits: How Oral Vitamin D May Help Slow Down HIV Progression

By: David Heitz
June 23rd
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June 23rd
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Sunny Benefits: How Oral Vitamin D May Help Slow Down HIV Progression

Priming the Immune System to Fight HIV: The New Direction for a Vaccine

Priming the Immune System to Fight HIV: The New Direction for a Vaccine

Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute, International AIDS Vaccine Initiative and The Rockefeller University have developed yet another manmade immunogen they say shows promise at priming the immune system to fight HIV.

By: David Heitz

Priming the Immune System to Fight HIV: The New Direction for a Vaccine

By: David Heitz
June 18th
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June 18th
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Priming the Immune System to Fight HIV: The New Direction for a Vaccine

How "Elite Controllers" May Hold the Genetic Key to an HIV Cure

How "Elite Controllers" May Hold the Genetic Key to an HIV Cure

New research shines light on elite controllers ability to naturally fight HIV as a way to produce drug-free remission of HIV.

By: David Heitz

How "Elite Controllers" May Hold the Genetic Key to an HIV Cure

By: David Heitz
June 11th
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June 11th
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How "Elite Controllers" May Hold the Genetic Key to an HIV Cure