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  • Britain's David Cameron Apologises Over Infected Blood in 70s, 80s

    Britain's David Cameron Apologises Over Infected Blood in 70s, 80s

    British Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Wednesday to thousands of people who were infected with HIV and Hepatitis C after being treated for unrelated conditions with contaminated blood in the 1970s and 1980s.

  • Tuberculosis is a Major Disease in Odisha's Ganjam

    Tuberculosis is a Major Disease in Odisha's Ganjam

    With over 200 people dying every year, tuberculosis (TB) has emerged as a major killer disease in Ganjam district of Odisha after the AIDS.

  • 1,038 People Have Died of AIDS Since 1990: Mizoram Health Minister

    1,038 People Have Died of AIDS Since 1990: Mizoram Health Minister

    Of the 4,57,678 blood samples tested in Mizoram, 9,894 people were found to be infected with HIV while 1,038 people have died due to AIDS since 1990 till date, state Health Minister Lal Thanzara informed the Assembly today.

  • Depressed Man Kills Wife And 2 Kids, Claims They Were HIV +Ve

    Depressed Man Kills Wife And 2 Kids, Claims They Were HIV +Ve

    A 40-year-old civil engineer allegedly killed his wife and two children in a forest near here, claiming that he committed the offence out of depression as he, his wife and daughter were suffering from AIDS, police said today.

  • New Compound Raises Hope for HIV Vaccine

    New Compound Raises Hope for HIV Vaccine

    Scientists announced a novel drug candidate that is so potent and universally effective it might work as part of an unconventional vaccine.

  • New Drug Shields Monkeys from AIDS: Study

    New Drug Shields Monkeys from AIDS: Study

    Scientists said on Wednesday a new drug tested on monkeys provided an astonishingly effective shield against an animal version of the AIDS virus, a major gain in the quest for an HIV vaccine.

  • A Smartphone Device That Can Detect HIV in 15 Minutes!

    A Smartphone Device That Can Detect HIV in 15 Minutes!

    A team of researchers from Columbia University have developed a low-cost smartphone dongle that can detect HIV and syphilis in just 15 minutes by using a finger-prick of blood.

  • Now, a Low-Cost Smartphone-Based Test for HIV, Syphilis

    Now, a Low-Cost Smartphone-Based Test for HIV, Syphilis

    The mobile lab device costs $34 to make, compared with more than $18,000 for the gold standard diagnostic equipment.

  • Strides Inks Pact With Gilead Sciences for HIV Drug

    Strides Inks Pact With Gilead Sciences for HIV Drug

    In a BSE filing, Strides Arcolab said, "It has entered into a licensing agreement with Gilead Sciences, Inc under which Gilead has extended non-exclusive rights to Strides to manufacture and distribute Tenofovir Alafenamide (TAF), both as a single ag...

  • Girl in China Got HIV Through Blood Transfusion: Report

    Girl in China Got HIV Through Blood Transfusion: Report

    A five-year-old girl in China contracted HIV through a blood transfusion, state media reported, the latest case to shine a light on an issue that has long bedevilled the country.

  • Birth Control Shot May Boost HIV Risk: Study

    Birth Control Shot May Boost HIV Risk: Study

    Women who use a specific type of injectable birth control have a slightly higher risk of HIV infection than those who take the pill, said a study today.

  • Lupin Gets Regulatory Nod to Market HIV Drug in US

    Lupin Gets Regulatory Nod to Market HIV Drug in US

    Drug firm Lupin has received a tentative approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market a generic version of Prezista tablets used in treating HIV infection.

  • Social Media and Behavioural Psychology Can Help Fight AIDS

    Social Media and Behavioural Psychology Can Help Fight AIDS

    The peer leaders also communicated information about HIV prevention and testing to the participants.

  • Lupin Gets US Regulator's Nod for HIV Drug

    Lupin Gets US Regulator's Nod for HIV Drug

    Drug major Lupin has received approval of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market a generic version of ViiV Healthcare's 'Epivir' tablets, used in treating HIV infection, in the American market. Shares in Lupin rose nearly 1 per cent duri...

  • Cipla Bags Rs 1,100 Crore Deal in South Africa

    Cipla Bags Rs 1,100 Crore Deal in South Africa

    Drug major Cipla's subsidiary - Cipla Medpro - has bagged an order worth 2 billion rands (around Rs 1,100 crore) for HIV drugs from the South African government.

  • Unlicensed Cambodian Doctor Charged Over Mass HIV Infection

    An unlicensed Cambodian doctor was charged today over an apparent mass HIV infection in a remote village after admitting he reused needles when treating patients, officials said.

  • China Promises Medical Care for HIV-Positive Boy: State Media

    China Promises Medical Care for HIV-Positive Boy: State Media

    Beijing has pledged to provide medical treatment and a living allowance for an HIV-positive 8-year-old boy who was last week threatened with expulsion from his village, state media reported today.

  • Grandfather Defends Petition to Expel HIV-Positive Boy: Reports

    Grandfather Defends Petition to Expel HIV-Positive Boy: Reports

    The grandfather of a Chinese HIV-positive boy has defended his support for a petition to banish him from their village, media reported Saturday, in a case that has sparked intense soul-searching in China.

  • 143 People Test HIV Positive in Tripura

    143 People Test HIV Positive in Tripura

    A total of 143 people including 15 pregnant women were tested HIV positive this year, an official of Tripura State AIDS Control Society (TSACS) said today.

  • Shame in China as Village Votes to Expel HIV-Positive Boy

    Shame in China as Village Votes to Expel HIV-Positive Boy

    The plight of a Chinese boy with the HIV virus, reportedly pushed to leave his home by 200 villagers who signed a petition, sparked intense online soul-searching in the country on Thursday.

  • He Lost 5 Sons to AIDS

    He Lost 5 Sons to AIDS

    First one of his sons died, then another and another. By 1996, Khalid al-Jabor had lost five children to AIDS, all victims of contaminated blood allegedly exported to Iraq by a French firm now owned by drug giant Sanofi.

  • Cambodia Village Reports Mass HIV/AIDS Infection

    Cambodia Village Reports Mass HIV/AIDS Infection

    Cambodian health authorities on Tuesday said more than 80 people - including children and the elderly - who tested positive for HIV/AIDS in a single remote village may have been infected by contaminated needles.

  • A Biosensor to Peer into Insides of HIV-Infected Cell

    A Biosensor to Peer into Insides of HIV-Infected Cell

    A new biosensor can measure what is going on within HIV-infected cells in real-time and also provide insight on the interactions between the AIDS virus and the tuberculosis causing bacteria within the cells.

  • US Panel Fails to Lift Ban on Gay Blood Donors

    US Panel Fails to Lift Ban on Gay Blood Donors

    A panel of experts convened by US health regulators failed on Wednesday to decide whether a lifetime ban should be lifted on gay men donating blood, following two days of heated deliberations.

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