Silk-Protein Film

LifeGuide Blocking the First Step A silk-protein film aims to become an HIV prevention method by Chael Needle   When we think of HIV prevention in sexually active...

Immunochemical Engineering of Cell Surfaces: A Conversation with Dr. Jia Xie

Countdown Researcher Jia Xie discusses a cutting-edge treatment in development by Dann Dulin Block HIV by using the body’s own immune cells? Is it truly possible?! Well, such...

Early Bird

Study results show immediate treatment holds promise as a prevention tool by Chael Needle Treatment and prevention make good bedfellows. That’s the idea underscoring the results...

Ending Disparities

As the United States Conference on AIDS (USCA 2015) will convene shortly (September 10–13) in Washington, D.C.—and its theme is “The Numbers Don’t Lie:...

Janssen Announces FDA Approval of SYMTUZA

The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson announced on July 18, 2018 that the U.S. FDA has approved the use of SYMTUZA, the...

Mighty Mouse

Mighty Mouse A humanized BLT mouse model creates a vital platform for drug discovery by Chael Needle In the early stages of drug discovery, many candidates that...

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...

Targeting Dual Points of Entry

LifeGuide Two Birds, One Stone Researchers make advances with agents that can target dual points of entry by Mariel Selbovitz, MPH Drug discovery and early to mid-stage drug...

AGS-004 Immunotherapy

Treatment Horizons by Chael Needle Fully Personalized An immunotherapy candidate stimulates T-cell responses via patient-specific antigens Previous studies have established immunotherapy candidate AGS-004, both as a single...

Matters of Survival

Is better HIV treatment related to improved survival after an individual is diagnosed with an AIDS-defining opportunistic illness (AIDS-OI)? That was one of the...

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An Aspirin A Day May Keep HIV Away

The Journal of the International AIDS Society (JIAS) has published the results of a study conducted by researchers from the universities of Manitoba, Waterloo...

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