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Danish Study Targets HIV Reservoir, in Latest Search for HIV Cure

Danish researchers have begun testing panobinostat, an HDAC inhibitor, in 15 patients, in an attempt to find an HIV cure. HDAC inhibitors, which are traditionally used to treat cancer, are now being studied for their potential to flush HIV out of... Read more »
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Study Questions Role of HDAC Inhibitors in HIV Cure Research

The Keystone Symposia conference "Frontiers in HIV Pathogenesis, Therapy and Eradication " is taking place this week in Whistler, Canada. A poster presentation at the meeting by Jana Blazkova (click here and scroll down to see the abstract) from... Read more »
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HIV News & Views: New HIV Gene Therapy Breakthrough; "Stop Saying God Can Cure My AIDS"; and More

HIV News & Views, January 31, 2013 January 31, 2013 Top Stories at TheBody.com Read Past Email Newsletters Change/Update Subscription Blog Central HIV Treatment & Health Issues HIV News &... Read more »
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Cure for HIV/AIDS (CURE 2009) (CURE 2009)

Hi,I have been wondering why it is so difficult for HIV/AIDS cure to be found especially for Americans who nothing is impossible for. I am from Africa living with HIV. Would there ever be a cure for this deadly disease and when?...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello,See below. I have nothing new to add at this time.Dr. Bobcure (CURE)Feb 6, 2009 what are the limitations in finding the cure for hiv Response from Dr. Frascino Hi, Time for an HIV cure reality check, as this question comes up frequently. Care... Read more »

new future hiv cure with tre recombinase enzyme

Hi Keith, l read in national paper that tre recombinase enzyme can elimate the hiv virus from infected cells in 3 months... but we know hiv is tricky and hides in your dna,the german reseach team want to come up with a extra enzyme to target other...
Keith Henry, M.D.

Response from Keith Henry, M.D.

University of Minnesota, School of Medicine
Too early to say whether that treatment will pan out. There is no treatment currently under clinical study that is likely to result in a cure at the present time. Current treatments can keep HIV under control and possibly lead to a normal life... Read more »

new cure for HIV ???

AUSTRALIAN scientists have revealed the most complete picture yet of the way HIV maintains its grip on the body, pointing to new ways to combat it. The Melbourne-based research has explained how the virus hides dormant versions of itself in a...
Nelson Vergel, B.S.Ch.E., M.B.A.

Response from Nelson Vergel, B.S.Ch.E., M.B.A.

Program for Wellness Restoration
Yeah, this is promising. But we get press releases like this one at least once a month now. The key is who gets funding for these studies and which approaches are actually shown to work once human trials start. A lot of promising approaches have... Read more »

No cure or vaccine on the distant horizon. Really? (CURE 2009) (CURE 2009)

You are claiming many times that a cure or a vaccine is not even on the distant horizon and that we shouldn't hope for a treatment break or change for the next years. I was reading about the phase II trials of Geovax for a preventive vaccine...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hi,Actually, I'm probably one of the most optimistic people on the planet. However, I'm also a scientist. There are a number of vaccine trials ongoing. However, even a phase II trial is a very long ways away from being ready for primetime.... Read more »
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new cure or not

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
Has BYU prof found AIDS cure?
Compound could be long-sought breakthrough
By Bob Mims
The Salt Lake Tribune



Researchers, including a BYU scientist, believe they have found a new compound that could finally kill the HIV/AIDS virus, not just slow it down... Read more »