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Anti-cancer Immunotherapy to Fight Persistent HIV

ANTI-CANCER IMMUNOTHERAPY TO FIGHT PERSISTENT HIV

CRCHUM researchers are exploring a potential therapeutic approach for treating HIV patients with persistent virus

Bio Roundup: New CRISPR Feud, A NY Splash, Pharma vs. Congress & More

BIO ROUNDUP: NEW CRISPR FEUD, A NY SPLASH, PHARMA VS. CONGRESS & MORE

If you're into congressional spectacles, stay tuned later this month. A group of top biopharma executives-the full roster isn't known...

 
 
 
Trump's Goal of No New HIV Cases by 2030 Is Possible, Health Officials Say

TRUMP'S GOAL OF NO NEW HIV CASES BY 2030 IS POSSIBLE, HEALTH OFFICIALS SAY

Federal health officials Wednesday outlined how they plan to achieve the goal of no new HIV cases in the U.S. by 2030, announced by...

Trump Makes Big HIV Promises In State Of The Union Despite Poor Track Record

TRUMP MAKES BIG HIV PROMISES IN STATE OF THE UNION DESPITE POOR TRACK RECORD

The president announced a 10-year plan for reducing the spread of the disease across the U.S.

 
 
 
Trump Highlights Health Agenda And Vows To Lower 'Unfair' Drug Prices

TRUMP HIGHLIGHTS HEALTH AGENDA AND VOWS TO LOWER 'UNFAIR' DRUG PRICES

The president's State of the Union address laid out a series of goals, including lowering prescription prices, pursuing an end to the...

OTAGO BIOETHICISTS CALL FOR MORE ROBUST SYSTEM OF ETHICAL GOVERNANCE IN HUMAN GENE-EDITING

University of Otago bioethicists are calling for a more robust system of ethical governance in human gene-editing in the wake of the...

 
 
 
Over 3700 surgical patients may have been exposed to HIV in New Jersey, proving yet again that hospitals are dangerous to your health

OVER 3700 SURGICAL PATIENTS MAY HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO HIV IN NEW JERSEY, PROVING YET AGAIN THAT HOSPITALS ARE DANGEROUS TO YOUR HEALTH

Thousands of patients may have contracted HIV, hepatitis B, or hepatitis C - or possibly all of the above - while being treated at...

More than 3,000 patients possibly exposed to HIV, hepatitis at New Jersey surgery center

MORE THAN 3,000 PATIENTS POSSIBLY EXPOSED TO HIV, HEPATITIS AT NEW JERSEY SURGERY CENTER

The New Jersey Department of Health called it "an abundance of caution" to suggest that people be tested.

 
 
 
Thousands Of Patients Warned Of Potential HIV, Hepatitis Exposure

THOUSANDS OF PATIENTS WARNED OF POTENTIAL HIV, HEPATITIS EXPOSURE

Patients who were treated at HealthPlus Surgery Center in New Jersey have been notified following infection control breaches.

Surgery Center May Have Infected Thousands

SURGERY CENTER MAY HAVE INFECTED THOUSANDS

After an investigation, a New Jersey outpatient surgery center is urging anyone treated there between Jan. 1 and Sept. 7, 2018, be...

 
 
 
How an HIV Diagnosis Inspired Friendship in Sierra Leone

HOW AN HIV DIAGNOSIS INSPIRED FRIENDSHIP IN SIERRA LEONE

Photo by Michael Nii Adjei for Partners In Health Aminata Kebbie sits with her daughter, Susan, whom she safely delivered at the PIH-supported...

Gilead Sciences Commits $150M to Agenus in Cancer Drug R&D Pact

GILEAD SCIENCES COMMITS $150M TO AGENUS IN CANCER DRUG R&D PACT

For the second time this week, Gilead Sciences has partnered with a Boston-area biotech, this time with a deal that covers up to five...

 
 
 
Administration stops NIH scientists from obtaining fetal tissue, possibly threatening HIV research

ADMINISTRATION STOPS NIH SCIENTISTS FROM OBTAINING FETAL TISSUE, POSSIBLY THREATENING HIV RESEARCH

Science magazine reported that the move put the brakes on a preclinical HIV study and follows the cancellation of a contract between...

 
 
 
HIV Risk Found To Be Higher Among Young Black Gay Men: Study

HIV RISK FOUND TO BE HIGHER AMONG YOUNG BLACK GAY MEN: STUDY

Young black gay men have been found to be at a higher risk of developing HIV, even when these people are less likely to be engaging...

Gene Mutation of the Black Death may Offer Clues in Treating Liver Disease

GENE MUTATION OF THE BLACK DEATH MAY OFFER CLUES IN TREATING LIVER DISEASE

Study shows how CCR5-delta 32 gene mutation could protect HIV patients in treating liver disease.

 
 
 
The migrant caravan trying to invade the USA is actually a DISEASE caravan that's infested with HIV, tuberculosis and other infectious diseases

THE MIGRANT CARAVAN TRYING TO INVADE THE USA IS ACTUALLY A DISEASE CARAVAN THAT'S INFESTED WITH HIV, TUBERCULOSIS AND OTHER INFECTIOUS DISEASES

Thousands of migrant invaders trying to rush the United States border via Mexico are reportedly now having to undergo medical treatment...

6 common myths about HIV you should stop believing now

6 COMMON MYTHS ABOUT HIV YOU SHOULD STOP BELIEVING NOW

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , 1.1 million people in the United States are living with human immunodeficiency...

 
 
 
'Proud' Chinese Geneticist Says Another Baby-Gene Editing Volunteer Is Pregnant

'PROUD' CHINESE GENETICIST SAYS ANOTHER BABY-GENE EDITING VOLUNTEER IS PREGNANT

He Jiankui is now facing ethical questions over his alteration of the embryonic genes of twin girls born earlier this month to help...

An 'alarming' number of new HIV cases were diagnosed in Europe last year

AN 'ALARMING' NUMBER OF NEW HIV CASES WERE DIAGNOSED IN EUROPE LAST YEAR

A report from the World Health Organization has revealed nearly 160,000 people were diagnosed with HIV in the continent last year....