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HIV & AIDS Health Center

News Related to HIV & AIDS

  1. New Vaginal Gel Stops AIDS Virus

    March 4, 2009 -- A new kind of vaginal gel prevents sexual transmission of the AIDS virus in monkey studies. The anti-HIV ingredient in the gel is glycerol monolaurate or GML. It's already FDA approved as an ingredient in cosmetics and medicines. "The results are very encouraging. They point to a no

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  2. 1 Million U.S. AIDS Cases

    Feb. 19, 2009 -- AIDS has now struck more than 1 million Americans, the CDC's latest HIV/AIDS numbers show. As of 2007, there were 455,636 Americans living with AIDS. In the 34 states that report HIV infections, there were 571,378 Americans living with HIV or AIDS at the end of 2007. In 2007 -- for

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  3. 'Major Advance' in HIV Gene Therapy

    Feb. 16, 2009 -- A one-time gene therapy that puts an anti-HIV RNA weapon into blood cells is safe and, in higher doses and stronger form, could make the body resist the AIDS virus, a clinical trial suggests. This "major advance in the field" is the largest clinical trial ever to test genetically al

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  4. Vaginal Gel Cuts Women's HIV Risk

    Feb. 10, 2009 -- For the first time, a woman-controlled product -- the PRO 2000 vaginal gel -- has been shown to protect women from getting HIV during sex. Protection is far from complete: The gel cuts HIV risk by 30% -- or by 36%, if women who went off the gel during a pregnancy are excluded. But i

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  5. Doctors: Test All Patients Over 13 for HIV

    Dec. 1, 2008 -- Doctors should routinely offer all their patients over age 13 a blood test to screen for HIV, the American College of Physicians (ACP) urges in new guidelines. The organization, which represents more than 126,000 internists, internal medicine subspecialists, residents, and medical st

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  6. Earlier HIV Treatment Boosts Survival

    Oct. 27, 2008 (Washington, D.C.) -- Hundreds of thousands of lives could be saved if treatment for HIV-infected patients were started earlier than current guidelines suggest, researchers report. The guidelines now call for initiating antiviral therapy in any person who develops symptoms of AIDS or w

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  7. Can Circumcision Cut HIV in Gay Men?

    Oct. 7, 2008 -- Circumcision offers little HIV protection to gay/bisexual men -- overall. But it might cut HIV risk in predominantly insertive partners. It's now clear that circumcision reduces heterosexual men's risk of getting HIV from sexual intercourse. Can circumcision reduce HIV infection rate

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  8. More Americans Living With HIV

    Oct. 2, 2008 -- The CDC says 1.1 million Americans were living with HIV in 2006, up 11% from 2003. The new estimates are relatively good news. Thanks to better treatment, people with HIV are living longer than ever before. More people with HIV means more people who can spread the AIDS virus, yet new

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  9. Virus Hunters Track Early HIV

    Oct. 1, 2008 -- It's like finding a piece of the past. Researchers looking into the virus that causes AIDS have found HIV in a 1960 tissue sample of an infected woman from what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo). Researchers, led by Michael Worobey, PhD, at the University of Arizona,

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  10. CDC: Young African-American Men Get Most HIV

    Sept. 11, 2008 -- HIV is striking African-Americans with "alarming" ferocity, according to a new CDC report. Just last month, the CDC reported that the overall U.S. HIV epidemic was much worse than we'd thought. Now the CDC points to groups for whom the HIV epidemic is vastly worse: Young (aged 13-2

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