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The HIV Target That We're Not Talking About
Researchers from the University of North Carolina (UNC) analyzed how the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) attacks macrophages – a target that, up until now, was believed to have little to do with infection.
Pregnant women who have both herpes simplex and HIV showed no increased risk for spreading HIV to their babies, a Ukraine study found.
Adults with HIV are generally healthy enough to perform aerobic exercise, according to a literature review.
Although therapies for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) have vastly improved over the years, the infection leads to premature aging.
Pre-clinical study results appear to demonstrate the efficacy of a new long-acting formulation of the HIV medication raltegravir in preventing vaginal transmission of HIV in animal models.
Exposure to violence during childhood can make perinatal human immunodeficiency virus (PHIV) even worse.
Layoffs are tough. But, the economic downturn, lower insurance reimbursements, increased business expenses and the expectation that medical practices “do more with less” may make layoffs unavoidable.
Researchers recently found that Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1 (HIV) virions move similarly to influenza within cells, and that CD4-HIV interactions may mediate type I interferon production.
Researchers reported that providing mass HIV testing can be an effective way to get more people tested, and noted that geographic and socio-economic factors have an impact on such programs.

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