Why We Need a Vaccine

As with any viral outbreak, the two main goals from Day One of the known HIV epidemic/pandemic have been controlling the spread of the...

Toxoplasmosis & HIV

A new study published in the Journal of Immunology suggests that co-infection with toxoplasmosis (toxo), a parasitic infection common in people with AIDS, may...

Questioning the Cure

When first discussing the potential of writing a monthly column on HIV cure, my editor here at A&U Magazine asked a very valid question....

RIVER Study: Kick & Kill Vaccine Strategy

RIVER Dry Kick and kill strategy study yields disappointing results by Jeannie Wraight Latent HIV resides in cells in blood and tissue which we collectively call the...

APPROACH Study

Mosaic Design APPROACH, a preventive vaccine study, seeks to address more than one clade by Jeannie Wraight Over the past thirty-plus years, strategies such as Treatment as...

HIV reportedly “cured” in patient in London

For only the second time in the history of the AIDS pandemic, a patient with HIV in London seems to have been freed of...

Translation Inhibitors as Therapeutic Strategy

Cure Research with a Heart Translation inhibitors may be part of a therapeutic strategy by Jeannie Wraight To date there are over 100 documented cases of HIV...

JAK Inhibitors

JAK of All Trades Researchers look to JAK inhibitors as part of hiv treatment & eradication by Jeannie Wraight R research on three Janus kinase inhibitors (JAK...

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Meet Clay Brown: Fiction by Christina Renee Milliner

Meet Clay Brown by Christina Renee Milliner “My name is Clay Brown, I’m 19, and I was born with HIV.” Four sets of questioning eyes glared at...

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