Posts Tagged ‘aids research’

30 Years Since AIDS, Much Needs to be Done

On this week 30 years ago, the disease later to be known as AIDS was first diagnosed. From a group of gay men in Los Angeles, the disease has proven that it spares no one as it has spread across the world, especially in developing countries. As of now, there are 33.3 million people globally […]

Research Shows Five-Drug Therapy No Different from Standard

Researchers are disappointed in announcing during the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections that an experimental treatment involving intensified antiretroviral drugs had no difference in effect compared to standard therapy for acute and early HIV. The experiment lasted 48 weeks, with one group of patients being given five experimental drugs and the other being treated […]

Doctors Claim Their Patient is Cured from HIV, But…

A group of doctors in Berlin, Germany, claimed that a patient of theirs who had both leukemia and AIDS no longer has any HIV cells in his system after he has undergone cell transplant for his leukemia three years ago. However, the doctors are quick to caution that the case has impractical implications in treating […]