In a Comment which forms part of the Series in Lancet, 12 myths about HIV/AIDS are debunked.
A Comment in The Lancet Series on HIV says that HIV infections continue to rise in drug-involved women,especially injecting drug users in Asia and eastern Europe, and in crack-cocaine users in the USA and other countries. ...
(AP) -- The number of people taking crucial AIDS drugs climbed by a record 1.2 million last year to 5.2 million overall, the World Health Organization said Monday - but Bill Clinton says that's still not nearly enough.
(AP) -- Poverty is perhaps the most important factor in whether inner-city heterosexuals are infected with the AIDS virus, according to the first government study of its kind.
The 18th International AIDS Conference opened here on Sunday to UN pleas and activists' clamour for countries not to backtrack in the 29-year war on acquired immune deficiency syndrome.
Introduction of highly active antiretroviral treatment for HIV patients has halved new HIV diagnoses since 1996
A Canadian study being presented at the forthcoming International AIDS Society (IAS) conference shows that the annual number of new HIV diagnoses has more than halved since the introduction of highly active antiretroviral ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- A new study led by Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar researcher Laith Abu-Raddad was the foundation for a report on HIV/AIDS in the Middle East and North Africa presented June 28 in Dubai.
In a policy report published in Science, an internationally recognized peer-reviewed journal, leading experts in HIV/AIDS research have warned that failure to meet a pledge for universal access to HIV therapy and funding ...
Research carried out by the universities of Bristol, Cambridge and Edinburgh found that opiate substitution treatment reduced the frequency of drug use and led to a drop in the risk of death by 13 per cent each year.
Lab work on mice has opened up a novel way of closing a gateway to the AIDS virus, according to a study published on Friday.