Orphaned Vaccines

Sometimes viewing a complex issue in its most simplistic form can help us to understand where a problem lies. HIV is a virus that...

Women & PrEP

LifeGuide It's a Man's World Research on women & PrEP needs to keep pace by Jeannie Wraight   Whereas HIV cure and HIV prevention are two very different...

Expediting Research

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and the University of North Carolina at Chapel-Hill (UNC) will launch a jointly owned novel HIV Cure Center, as well as a...

Good News, Bad News

LifeGuide Good News, Bad News The HIV cure front faces disappointment mixed with hope by Jeannie Wraight The past year has been a difficult one in the HIV...

Countdown to a Cure

by Jeannie Wraight As part of the Countdown to a Cure Initiative, amfAR (The Foundation for AIDS Research) will direct $20 million, of a $100...

David Evans

Risk & Reward Activist David Evans weighs in on next steps in cure advocacy & research by Jeannie Wraight In the late 1980s and throughout the ’90s,...

Broadly Neutralizing Antibodies

Another Road Broadly neutralizing antibodies aim for a diverse effect against HIV types by Jeannie Wraight and David Miller Broadly neutralizing antibodies (bNAbs) hold the potential of...

Talking “Cure”

Nobel Prize Laureate and world renowned HIV researcher Françoise Barré-Sinoussi recently made the statement that she does not believe an HIV cure is possible....

Counting Cures

Destination: Cure by Jeannie Wraight Counting Cures Before we start tallying “cures,” let’s strive to define what we mean by “cured?” Several months ago a media frenzy...

Oral Care & Viral Reservoirs

Oral Report Could something as simple as oral care affect viral reservoirs? by Jeannie Wraight Research performed at Case Western found increased levels of HIV in the...

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A Plan for America The Trump administration strives to end the HIV epidemic, but at whose expense? by Jeannie Wraight In this month’s Destination: Cure I’m going...