The best practice people did in the past years helped decrease the problem with infectious diseases. This dramatic success in the United States is a milestone that the legacy should be continued.
No one will ever die of HIV, but it causes for opportunistic disease to end a life. Getting tested earlier, campaign for awareness, and abstinence will help reduce the spread of HIV.
Some HIV-infected – and untreated – children do not develop AIDS. A new study shows that they control the virus in a different way from the few infected adults who remain disease-free, and sheds light on the reasons for this difference.
HIV patients diagnosed with various types of HIV-linked cancers are reportedly experiencing disparities in getting the healthcare treatment they need. Despite the medical advancement in anti-HIV medications, HIV-positive cancer patients remain largely cut-off from the medical healthcare system.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo hopes to reduce HIV/AIDS cases in New York from 3,000 to 750 per year by 2020 and announces a legislation package to boost his efforts.
Charlie Sheen's story about his journey with HIV helped increase awareness, a new study says.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has lifted the lifetime ban on gay and bisexual male blood donors.
A Cambodian court on Thursday held that 56-year-old Yem Chrin intentionally infected others using unsterilized needles.
The Untied Nations is warning of a "hidden [AIDS] epidemic" in the Asia Pacific region.
The new study suggests that all participants at high risk of HIV were able to prevent infection during the trial period of 2.5 years.
Cell to cell transmission of viruses lead to making immune cells suicide machines.
Ban Ki-moon, the United Nations Secretary General, announced that the world is on track to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030.
A protein that stimulate the body's immune system against HIV functioned in rats successfully.
The government of North Korea declared on state television that the scientists of their nation had discovered a new-almost magical-drug, which is capable of both preventing and curing some of world's most deadly diseases such as Ebola, AIDS, MERS, and SARS.
Researchers found a way to starve HIV by blocking its sugar supply in an infected immune cell.
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