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...
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Responding to TB

LifeGuide Rapid Response Why advances in point-of-care TB diagnostics determine the future of the AIDS crisis by Mariel Selbovitz, MPH   TB—one of the greatest killers and what appears...

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...

An HIV Injectable Regimen Comes of Age

Without the Pill Box? The First Long-Acting Injectable Regimen for Individuals Living with HIV Comes of Age by Mel Baker A funny thing happened on the way to...

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...

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...

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...

Restoring Immune Balance

Chronic inflammation means the immune system is imbalanced—a natural immune response has persisted, or immune regulation is not working properly. Research has shown that...

Fast-Tracked or Foiled?

Last month, the Member States of the United Nations adopted the “Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS: On the Fast-Track to Accelerate the Fight...

Monoclonal Antibodies

Stronger Punch? Monoclonal antibodies provide new hope for easier dosing by Jeannie Wraight With multi-drug, once-a-day therapies now available for use, the push for additional easier to...

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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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