Topics :: AIDS treatment
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By Jason St. Amand | Monday Jan 21, 2013
Australian scientists say that may have discovered a new treatment that would prevent HIV from turning into AIDS and might render HIV+ ’cocktails’ eventually unnecessary.
By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday Jan 31, 2012
According to three studies, circumcising heterosexual adult men may reduce the spread of AIDS. Health officials are now trying to have 20 million African men circumcised by 2015 and are counting on new medical devices to do the job.
Friday Jul 22, 2011
It may not even be Labor Day, but AIDS Project RI executive director Thomas Bertrand is thinking October. Sunday, October 2 to be exact. That’s when the 26th annual AIDS Walk for Life will take place at the State House lawn, and he’s looking for walkers
By Curtis M. Wong | Wednesday May 25, 2011
A real, live Indian prince has come out. Now doing pioneer work to prevent AIDS among gay men in his native land, Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil spoke exclusively to EDGE on a recent trip to New York to promote his private charity.
By Jason Parsley | Wednesday May 11, 2011
A proposed reduction in the income threshold under which Floridians with HIV and AIDS could receive help would drastically reduce the number of people receiving vital services such as prescriptions.
Monday Feb 21, 2011
The annual Bailey House Auction and Party will be brimming with famous stars this year. Jane Pauley, Robert Verdi, and a number of Real Housewives are among the celebrity guests who are attending the bash, hosted by fashion designer Carmen Marc Valvo.
By Jason Faulhaber, M.D. | Wednesday Dec 1, 2010
Today, there are dozens of drugs to treat HIV and the various symptoms of AIDS. But how to sort them all out? And how do they work? An acclaimed AIDS physician sorts it all out for EDGE.
By Annie Brown | Wednesday Dec 1, 2010
Could this be the long-sought ’magic bullet’? A researcher says there’s a drug on the horizon that will not only help prevent HIV infection in the healthy, but delay the onset of symptoms and the spread of HIV in those already infected.
By Donna Bryson | Monday Nov 22, 2010
AIDS patients in South Africa are being robbed of their lifesaving drugs so that they can be mixed with marijuana and smoked in a concoction named "whoonga," authorities and health experts say.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Dec 9, 2009
There’s one thing about the Bush administration that some gay activists miss: the previous administration’s commitment to combating AIDS globally. For some, aspects of the Obama administration’s Pepfar (President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief) program fall short by comparison.
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