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Scientific American Article, virus silver bullet (lj001)

Dr. Bob, could this potentially cure HIV in the future??ThanksBenhur Lee may have discovered a medical silver bulletone that can disable HIV, the exotic Ebola virus, the common flu and possibly every kind of enveloped virus on the planet.Working...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hi,I would agree and stress Dr. Greene's comment that from a treatment perspective this is a "very, very early finding." In other words this research is extremely preliminary. So don't look for this agent on your pharmacy shelves... Read more »

JAMA article on virus inhibitory peptide

I happened to see a short article in a May issue of JAMA about a natural peptide found in human... Read more »

Survival of HIV (conflicting info in articles)

Hi, I recenlty review two articles on this site about the survival of HIV outside of the body.... Read more »
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Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report Highlights HIV/AIDS-Related Articles

Several newspapers published HIV/AIDS-related content during the XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto. Headlines appear below. Toronto's Globe and Mail "AIDS Notebook " (Gandhi, Globe and Mail , 8/15). "A Passionate Voice in... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Recent Releases: Newsletter on HIV/AIDS Treatment, Clinical Trials; Hepatitis C Treatment Program; Articles on AIDS Law, Vaccine Research

AIDSinfo E-News : The new, weekly e-mail newsletter from AIDSinfo, a service of HHS , offers updates on HIV/AIDS research, clinical trials, prevention and treatment (AIDSinfo, 2/18). Commitment to Community Program, National Alliance of State... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Lancet Infectious Diseases Publishes HIV/AIDS Articles in Advance of XV International AIDS Conference

The journal Lancet Infectious Diseases in its July 2004 issue published a series of stories relating to HIV/AIDS to coincide with the XV International AIDS Conference , which will be held July 11-16 in Bangkok, Thailand. Summaries of the stories... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Independent Publishes HIV/AIDS-Related Articles in Partnership With Product RED

London's Independent on Thursday published several HIV/AIDS-related articles as part of its partnership with Product RED . The newspaper in May announced that it would become the first media outlet to sign on as a partner in the project, which was... Read more »
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AIDS patient eradicted of HIV virus?

Posted by Mike89406, 4 Replies
Very interesting read while he went through some hardships doing this it sounds like the opening of a possible new door to treatment. The guy hasn't been on Meds for 600 days after a bone marrow transplant.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB122602394113... Read more »

interesting article from aidsinfobbs

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
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Immunosuppression Without HIV-1 Or HIV-2

Organizers of the Harvard-Amsterdam AIDS Conference
assembled a special session to discuss recent reports of AIDS-
defining diseases in individuals without laboratory evidence of
infection with... Read more »

ABC News article

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
Second Opinion
ABCNews.com
February 16, 2000

The Drawbacks of Anti-HIV Drugs
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Taking a Closer Look at 'Cocktail' Therapies

Commentary
By Nicholas Regush

It is taking on the appearance of a mass slaughter. A drug
induced-nightmare
of... Read more »

2001 articles, Men and HIV/AIDS

Posted by Anonymous
The Body, 2001: Men, epidemiology fact sheet:

Over 70% of Hiv infections occur through sex between men and women. Yet in most regions of the world 2/3 or more with Hiv are men. 53% of all people with hiv are men.
5% to 10% occur through sex... Read more »