Going Viral

While federal efforts move forward, hepatitis prevention remains unfunded by Larry Buhl During the seemingly interminable debate over health insurance reform, other health legislation was quietly...

Fat Chance

A Treatment for Lipodystrophy-Related Excessive Abdominal Fat Comes of Age by Chael Needle HIV-associated lipodystrophy, abnormalities in metabolism and/or distribution of fat in those living with...

Be Smart

In an Effort to Prevent HCV, One Campaign Is Educating Youth on Body Art Risks by Larry Buhl In the U.S., an estimated thirty-six percent of...

Borrowing Therapies

Two Anti-Cancer Drugs Are Tapped in the Fight Against HIV by Chael Needle New types of drugs are needed in the fight against HIV but some of...

Clearing Hurdles

What can we do to address the obstacles to HCV treatment? by Larry Buhl Hepatitis C (HCV) is a “silent killer” in more ways than one....

REALIZE Gets Real

Hep Talk Hepatitis C Antiviral Telaprevir Moves Closer to Approval by Larry Buhl Researchers in a recent Phase III study are encouraged by the results of a...

Gut Instinct

AIDS Healthcare Foundation Trains a Research Lens on Probiotics by Chael Needle "Probiotics” has become a new buzz word in the dairy aisle—at least two brands...

Revisiting Immunity

NAPWA helps to promote immune-based therapies by Chael Needle At the International AIDS Conference last June, the AIDS Institute and the National Association of People with AIDS...

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