Mother’s Milk

Could breast milk possibly be protective against HIV? by Chael Needle The benefits of breastfeeding in resource-poor countries while mothers and infants are on differently tailored...

Preventative HIV Vaccine

Express Lane A Vaccine Candidate Seeks to Prevent—Not Just Control—HIV Infection by Chael Needle Preventative HIV vaccine research has taken another step. The candidate, a granulocyte-macrophage colony stimulating factor...

First Line

A treatment for advanced HIV-associated Kaposi’s sarcoma is relaunched by Chael Needle Newly acquired by Galen from Gilead Sciences, DaunoXome (daunorubicin citrate liposome injection) is an...

A Shot in the Dark

Therapeutic Vaccine Research Toward a Functional Cure Shows Promise by Jeannie Wraight Until recently, therapeutic vaccines and immune-based therapies (IBTs) were all but shunned by the...

Care Crusade

HIVHealthReform.org offers chances to learn about & advocate for new policies by Chael Needle The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, created by the Obama administration,...

Building Success

When it comes to Effective HIV reform, don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater by Mariel Selbovitz, MPH, and Leslie G Selbovitz, MD LifeGuide Extensive progress in...

Protecting the Pipeline

LifeGuide HIV drug development faces challenges by Jeannie Wraight and Mariel Selbovitz, MPH Triple and now quad drugs like Gilead’s Atripla and their new compound known...

Treatment as Prevention

LifeGuide A community perspective on PrEP delves into its pros & cons by Jeannie Gibbs Post-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is the provision of antiretrovirals (ARVs) to HIV-negative...

Status Update

LifeGuide Based in San Diego, a prevention model aims to reach everyone Everybody should be tested for HIV. That message is the basis for Lead...

When in Rome

The 6th IAS Pathogenesis Conference doesn't really end after the closing session by David Miller In 1987 I attended my first AIDS conference, beginning twenty-four years...

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