Posts Tagged ‘hiv 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 […]

Newly-Discovered Antibodies Could Pave the Way for HIV Vaccine

After several years of research, a group of scientists have finally found antibodies that could be the bases for an HIV vaccine. These researchers, representing the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, claim they have discovered three human antibodies that can neutralize more than 90 percent of the current HIV-1 strains. Although there were […]