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Genetic Modification of Cells Proves Generally Safe as HIV Treatment Strategy


NIH-Supported Technique Might Help Achieve Drug-Free Control of HIV NIAID Press Release – Scientists today report initial results from humans ...

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LA Hunks of HIV Equal Flex Their Muscles Against HIV Stigma


“HIV Equal” provides testing, awareness through social media photo campaign (LOS ANGELES, CA – DEC. 18, 2013) – HIV Equal ...

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Rose Parade Same Sex Wedding: ‘Love is the Best Protection’

Tournament of Roses Parade

Aubrey Loots and Danny Leclair, a gay male couple from Los Angeles together over a decade, will get married during ...

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New Developments in Case of Stem-Cell Transplant Patients


amfAR Press Release December 06, 2013 – amfAR-funded researcher Dr. Timothy Henrich of Harvard Medical School reported at a conference, ...

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LifeStyles® Condoms And The AIDS Healthcare Foundation Launch #LetsChangeEverything Social Media Campaign For World AIDS Day


For every #LetsChangeEverything update during the campaign,The makers of the LifeStyles brand will donate a condom to the AIDS Healthcare ...

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Speak Out: Let’s Bring HIV Out of the Closet

New Campaign from Greater Than AIDS developed locally with the San Francisco Department of Public Health to Engage Gay and ...

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UNAIDS reports a 52% reduction in new HIV infections among children and a combined 33% reduction among adults and children since 2001


World closing in on Millennium Development Goal 6, globally the AIDS epidemic has been halted and reversed—race is on to ...

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OHSU AIDS vaccine candidate appears to completely clear virus from the body


OHSU Press Release  – Portland, Ore. 09/11/13  – An HIV/AIDS vaccine candidate developed by researchers at Oregon Health & Science University appears ...

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No adverse effects in volunteers following Phase I clinical trial of Sumagen AIDS vaccine


Press Release  September 03, 2013 – Sumagen Canada Inc and Western University announced today that the Phase I Clinical Trial ...

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North Carolina Man Confronts the Stigmas of Living with Epilepsy and Being Gay on New Web Series

Rick Stevens’ candid conversation about his struggles marks a shift in the groundbreaking new web series “Courage with Brenda Snow.” ...

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