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'Hiv' - 517 News Result(s)

  • New HIV Vaccine Shows Promise In Human Trials

    New HIV Vaccine Shows Promise In Human Trials

    An experimental HIV vaccine was well-tolerated and generated immune responses against the deadly virus in healthy human adults, scientists say.

  • Three-Decade-Old Quest For AIDS Vaccine Passes Early Test

    Three-Decade-Old Quest For AIDS Vaccine Passes Early Test

    The three-decade-old quest for an AIDS vaccine received a shot of hope Monday when developers announced that a prototype triggered the immune system in an early phase of human trials

  • Headway On AIDS Threatened By Funding Slowdown

    Headway On AIDS Threatened By Funding Slowdown

    Progress in beating back the AIDS epidemic risks being eroded by a funding shortfall set to grow under Donald Trump's proposed cuts to global health projects, experts and campaigners warned ahead of a major HIV conference.

  • France Lifts Ban On Embalming HIV Deceased

    France Lifts Ban On Embalming HIV Deceased

    France on Thursday lifted a ban on embalming the bodies of HIV-positive people, ending three decades of discrimination in death against people infected with the AIDS virus.

  • Amid Turning Tide, AIDS Claimed 1 Mln Lives In 2016: UN

    Amid Turning Tide, AIDS Claimed 1 Mln Lives In 2016: UN

    AIDS claimed a million lives in 2016, almost half the 2005 toll that marked the peak of the deadly epidemic, said a UN report Thursday proclaiming "the scales have tipped".

  • Antibiotic Resistance Making Gonorrhoea Treatment Harder: WHO

    Antibiotic Resistance Making Gonorrhoea Treatment Harder: WHO

  • Mizoram’s Novel Scheme For HIV Affected

    Mizoram’s Novel Scheme For HIV Affected

    Aizawl: The Mizoram Health Minister Lal Thanzara on Thursday launched the ‘Test and Treat Strategy’ of the Mizoram state AIDS Control Society (MSACS) to improve treatment for HIV affected people in the state. Under the ‘Test and Treat Strategy’, the HIV affected people would be given free Anti Retrovira Therapy (ART) irrespective of the CD4...

  • Six Experts Resign From Donald Trump HIV/AIDS Panel

    Six Experts Resign From Donald Trump HIV/AIDS Panel

    Six top health advisors have resigned from Donald Trump's advisory council on HIV/AIDS, complaining that the US president doesn't really care about combating the illness.

  • 'Freak': Meet Cuba's Last Self-Infected HIV Punk Rebel

    'Freak': Meet Cuba's Last Self-Infected HIV Punk Rebel

    Like many young punks, Gerson Govea saw himself as a misfit. He is considered the last of the most hardcore members of the "frikis," or "freaks," as Cuba's unique breed of hippy-punk dropouts is known. They usually infect themselves with AIDS in order to get into the relative safety and comfort of a state AIDS clinic.

  • 10-Year Lifespan Gain For Some HIV Patients: Study

    10-Year Lifespan Gain For Some HIV Patients: Study

    The life expectancy of HIV-infected people in Europe and the United States has been boosted by a decade since anti-AIDS drugs became available in the mid-1990s, researchers said Thursday.

  • HIV Positive Rape Survivor Can't Terminate Pregnancy Due To Risk: Supreme Court

    HIV Positive Rape Survivor Can't Terminate Pregnancy Due To Risk: Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court today said that an HIV-positive woman, who was raped on the streets of Patna and is 26 weeks pregnant, cannot abort the foetus as a medical report has suggested it would be risky for both.

  • Supreme Court Asks States To Include HIV+ Children In 'Disadvantaged Group'

    Supreme Court Asks States To Include HIV+ Children In 'Disadvantaged Group'

    The Supreme Court today asked the state governments to issue a notification to include children affected with HIV in disadvantaged group for imparting free, compulsory education under the 2009 law.

  • New Law To End Denial, Loss Of Jobs To HIV Positive People

    New Law To End Denial, Loss Of Jobs To HIV Positive People

    People won't be denied or terminated from jobs if they suffer from HIV/AIDS, as per a new law. Besides, those found propagating hatred against people suffering from such diseases will be punished with imprisonment of not less than three months and which can be extended to two years, with a fine of up to Rs 1 lakh.

  • HIV/AIDS Bill Passed in Lok Sabha: 8 Rights The New Bill Grants

    HIV/AIDS Bill Passed in Lok Sabha: 8 Rights The New Bill Grants

    The Human Immunodeficiency Virus(HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) (Prevention and Control) Bill, 2017 has finally been passed in the Lok Sabha on 12th April, 2017.

  • In a Major Breakthrough, Researchers Make Cells Resistant to HIV

    In a Major Breakthrough, Researchers Make Cells Resistant to HIV

    In a path-breaking experiment, scientists at theThe Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) in the United States have discovered a way to make cells resistant to the HIV virus.

  • Protein Discovered May Help Prevent HIV and Cancer

    Protein Discovered May Help Prevent HIV and Cancer

    A new study conducted by researchers at theBoston University School of Medicine (BUSM), deepens the understanding of how vaccines modulate immune responses.

  • HIV and AIDS Bill Passed: 5 Things You Should Know About The Disease

    HIV and AIDS Bill Passed: 5 Things You Should Know About The Disease

    While the government is taking adequate steps to safeguard the rights of HIV and AIDS patients, the National Family Health Survey 2015-16 (NFHS-4) shows that men have more knowledge about the disease than women.

  • The Deadly HIV May Be Spotted in the Brain Using MRI Scans

    The Deadly HIV May Be Spotted in the Brain Using MRI Scans

    According to researchers at University College London, tracking the changes to the brain's white matter using MRI scans can help spot the deadly virus.

  • UN Agency Urges People To 'Make Noise' Against AIDS Discrimination

    UN Agency Urges People To 'Make Noise' Against AIDS Discrimination

    United Nations: The Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) on Wednesday marked Zero Discrimination Day with a “Make Some Noise” campaign, urging people to speak up against discrimination. “Discrimination takes many forms, and can be based on race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or age,” Xinhua news agency quoted UN spokesman Stephan...

  • Aurobindo Plans Second US Plant As Trump Calls For Local Production

    Aurobindo Plans Second US Plant As Trump Calls For Local Production

    Aurobindo, India's fourth biggest drugmaker by sales, makes more than half its revenue in the United States selling everything from HIV/AIDS medicines to anti-bacterials to schizophrenia drugs.

  • How Mother To Baby Transmission Of HIV Can Be Prevented In India

    How Mother To Baby Transmission Of HIV Can Be Prevented In India

    New Delhi: Every year, 6,500 children are born with HIV in India, according to various estimates. One-third of them die before their first birthday and half of them do not get to see their second. National AIDS Control Organisation or NACO’s programme, launched 14 years ago, provides utmost care to the women during pregnancy and childbirth. At BJ...

  • India's health Budget May Rise After Minister Warns Of Funding Crunch

    India's health Budget May Rise After Minister Warns Of Funding Crunch

    In his letter, health minister wrote that he needed an extra $589 million to implement a programme to screen patients for cancer and other illnesses, while the HIV/AIDS treatment programme required an infusion of $74 million.

  • The Benefits of a Mediterranean Diet for Diabetics & HIV Patients

    The Benefits of a Mediterranean Diet for Diabetics & HIV Patients

    A new study throws light on another benefit of following the Mediterranean diet regularly. The research suggests that consuming a Mediterranean diet.

  • Drug Pricing Regulator Fixes Prices Of 33 Essential Drugs

    Drug Pricing Regulator Fixes Prices Of 33 Essential Drugs

    In respect of medicines not under price control, manufacturers are allowed to increase the maximum retail price by 10 per cent annually.

  • Gay Prince On Front Line Of India's War Against AIDS

    Gay Prince On Front Line Of India's War Against AIDS

    New Delhi: From setting up his own charity to hanging condoms on trees, Manvendra Singh Gohil has dedicated himself to fighting the scourge of AIDS since coming out 10 years ago as India’s first openly gay royal. A member of a royal warrior clan and heir apparent to the throne of Rajpipla in Gujarat, Mr Gohil uses his fame and status to educate t...

  • 20-Cent Hand-Powered Blood Centrifuge Developed

    20-Cent Hand-Powered Blood Centrifuge Developed

    Stanford engineers, including those of Indian origin, have built an ultra-low-cost, human-powered centrifuge that separates blood into its individual components in only 1.5 minutes, and may enable precise diagnosis and treatment of diseases such as malaria, HIV and tuberculosis.

  • AIDS Virus Almost Half A Billion Years Old: Study

    AIDS Virus Almost Half A Billion Years Old: Study

    Retroviruses, the family of viruses that includes HIV, are almost half a billion years old -- several hundred million years older than previously thought, claim scientists from Oxford University.

  • Bill Gates Invests $140 Million In Groundbreaking New Technology For HIV Cure

    Bill Gates Invests $140 Million In Groundbreaking New Technology For HIV Cure

    Microsoft founder Bill Gates' charity foundation has invested USD 140 million in the development of HIV-preventing drug implants that could revolutionise the treatment of the life-threatening infection.

  • Once A Killer, Now A CEO: This Man Works To Turn Young Minds Around

    Once A Killer, Now A CEO: This Man Works To Turn Young Minds Around

    John Valverde isn't your typical CEO. He spent 16 years in prison for killing a man accused of raping his girlfriend.

  • Blocking This Protein May Help Combat HIV

    Blocking This Protein May Help Combat HIV

    In a counterintuitive finding, researchers have discovered that blocking a protein that is crucial to initiating the immune response against viral infections may actually help combat HIV.

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