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Study Suggests a Way to Stop HIV in its Tracks

When HIV-1 infects an immune cell, the virus travels to the nucleus so quickly there's not enough time to set off the cell's alarm system. Loyola researchers have discovered the protein that helps the virus travel so fast. Without this protein, the virus became stranded in the cytoplasm, where it was detected by the viral defense system.

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Los Alamos Research Fundamental to First Efficacy Study for Mosaic HIV-1 Preventive Vaccine

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international partners are announcing the first efficacy study for an investigational HIV-1-preventive “mosaic” vaccine. Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson are joining forces with The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and National Institutes of Health on this study, and they have enlisted the aid of top researchers worldwide to conduct the trial.

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Discovery Puts the Brakes on HIV's Ability to Infect

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In a study led by the University of Delaware and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, researchers discovered a "brake" that interferes with HIV's development into an infectious agent. This mechanism prevents the capsid - the protein shell covering the virus - from forming.

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New Multipurpose Device to Help Prevent HIV and Pregnancy

To help empower women in low- and middle-income countries and improve their health, the U.S. Agency for International Development through the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) awarded RTI International a $4.8 million cooperative agreement to develop a dual-purpose drug delivery device for both HIV and pregnancy prevention that can be successfully used in these settings.

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World AIDS Day: New Research and Experts Available from Johns Hopkins Medicine

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Experts from Johns Hopkins Medicine are available to talk about AIDS/HIV, and there is new research from Johns Hopkins on the topic.

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Male Circumcision and Antiviral Drugs Appear to Sharply Reduce HIV Infection Rate

A steep drop in the local incidence of new HIV infections accompanied the rollout of a U.S.-funded anti-HIV program in a large East-African population, according to a study led by researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

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National Comprehensive Cancer Network Introduces New Guidelines for Patients with a Form of Cancer Associated with HIV and AIDS

Brand new NCCN Guidelines® map out best practices for treating patients with AIDS-related Kaposi sarcoma.

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The Risk Remains Real: HIV/AIDS / VIH/Sida : Le Risque Demeure Bien Réel

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Leading Expert Available to Discuss HIV/AIDS Ahead of World AIDS Day

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Preventing HIV: Rutgers Experts Raise Awareness of Treatment

Health officials are urging people at risk for HIV to take a daily pill that provides near-total protection against transmission







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