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HIV & AIDS Health Center

News Related to HIV & AIDS

  1. Circumcision May Reduce Risk of HIV Infection

    July 26, 2005 (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) -- Circumcision may protect against infection with the virus that causes AIDS. In a study of more than 3,000 young men, those who were circumcised were 65% less likely to be infected with HIV compared with those who were not circumcised. "Circumcision prevented

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  2. Fears of AIDS 'Superbug' Eased

    July 25, 2005 (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) -- Fears of an AIDS superbug were alleviated Monday when researchers reported that they have homed in on the source of a New York City man's HIV infection. Concerns had existed since February when officials from the New York City Department of Health and Mental

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  3. HIV Test Recommended for All Pregnant Women

    July 5, 2005 -- An HIV test should be added to the list of medical tests every woman in the U.S. receives during pregnancy, according to new guidelines. "Having a test for HIV during pregnancy is one more thing a woman can to do to try to assure having a healthy infant," says Diana Petitti, MD, vice

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  4. FDA Approves New HIV Drug

    Aptivus is an HIV protease inhibitor. It is made in capsules. Aptivus should be given with another drug, Norvir (ritonavir) to treat HIV-infected adults, according to an FDA news release. When used with Norvir, Aptivus was shown to be an effective treatment for patients who had already used many HIV

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  5. More Than 1 Million Americans Living With HIV

    June 14, 2005 -- More than 1 million people in the U.S. were living with HIV at the close of 2003, according to the latest CDC data on the virus that causes AIDS. Researchers presented the report at the 2005 National HIV Prevention Conference in Atlanta this week and say the findings are both good a

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  6. AIDS Taking on a Female Face

    June 9, 2005 - The face of the typical AIDS patient is fast becoming female. It's happening all over the world -- and the U.S. is no exception. If you think this can't be so, follow Frances H. Priddy, MD, MPH, on her rounds at Atlanta's Grady Memorial Hospital. The Grady AIDS ward mirrors AIDS acros

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  7. HIV/AIDS Cases Growing in U.S. Adults Over 50

    May 13, 2005 -- A growing number of older Americans are living with HIV and AIDS, but few may be receiving advice on how to avoid spreading the disease, experts told lawmakers Thursday. Infection rates aren't increasing in either younger or older people, health officials say. But the widespread use

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  8. 'Short Lag' Seen In Kids' HIV Treatments

    May 10, 2005 -- New pediatric HIV treatments have "a short lag" before catching on, a study in The Journal of the American Medical Association shows. The lag is reported by researchers including Susan Brogly, PhD, of the Center for Biostatistics in AIDS Research. Great strides have been made in deve

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  9. Common Antibiotic May Fight HIV Brain Disease

    April 26, 2005 -- An antibiotic is getting attention for its possible protective effects against brain disease linked to HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. In a study in The Journal of the American Medical Association, researchers report that the antibiotic minocycline helped curb brain inflammation a

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  10. Women With HIV May Not Need Yearly Pap Smear

    March 22, 2005 - A negative test for human papillomavirus (HPV) may mean fewer Pap smears for some women with HIV infection. HPV - especially some common strains of the sexually transmitted virus - is linked to cervical cancer. Women who test negative for HPV, and whose last Pap test was normal, nee

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