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The National Institutes of Health awarded grants for HIV cure research to these 10 organizations. One focuses on pediatric populations.
A grant from AIDS group amfAR helps researchers explore that question and also study COVID-19 “long-haulers” living with HIV.
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We asked participants and presenters at the #AIDS2020Virtual what was compelling to them about the gathering. Here are their responses.
A recent survey found that pharmacies are insufficiently educating the public about unused opioid and antibiotic disposal.
A recent study found that factors such as mental health and food security were associated with higher rates of successful HIV treatment.
In a win for abortion opponents, the Trump administration limits funding of research using fetal tissue.
In San Francisco, homeless people accounted for 1 percent of the population but 14 percent of new HIV cases.
Funding from Gilead Sciences’ “HIV Age Positively” initiative will go to these 30 U.S. groups.
Because the scientists use fetal tissue.
The clinic is home to the “San Francisco Model of HIV Care” and other influential services and approaches.
Gilead Sciences’ second round of cure grants supports these five research projects.
Cure studies typically require a temporary break in HIV treatment, often with little promise of a personal benefit to the participant.
He’ll replace Scott Wiener and be the first SF supervisor living with HIV.
Plus, the BEAT-HIV Delaney project spells out its “three research pillars.”
Watch videos of Shandi, Prada and more to mark the April 18 debut of NTHTD.
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