Dr. Jean William Pape has been on the frontline of Haiti’s ever-changing public health needs, from the early days of the AIDS epidemic to the devastating 2010 earthquake. Now, as the country’s fragile healthcare system confronts a massive uptick in…
By Ivette Feliciano, Connie Kargbo
Dr. Anthony Fauci credited playwright and AIDS activist Larry Kramer for "totally" changing the relationship between communities afflicted with a disease and the scientific and regulatory bodies whose work affects them.
By Molly Finnegan
As the world struggles to constrain the new coronavirus, it's worth remembering the discovery of another deadly, global virus and a controversy that played out among the researchers who brought it to light.
By Dr. Howard Markel
Pence has been tapped to lead the nation's response to the novel coronavirus, but critics have raised concerns about his handling of another viral outbreak -- HIV in rural Indiana.
By Gretchen Frazee
By Grace Birnstengel, Next Avenue
"Those of us who are longtime survivors — there are other things popping up now because we weren’t expected to live this long," one HIV survivor said.
Antiretroviral therapy is the standard HIV treatment, but patients are never rid of the virus. A new study raises the possibility of HIV elimination through gene-editing with CRISPR.
By Lauran Neergaard, Associated Press
The surgery is believed to be the first kidney transplant from a living donor with HIV, a milestone for patients with the AIDS virus who need a new organ.
By Carla K. Johnson, Associated Press
The transplant changed the London patient's immune system, giving him the donor's gene mutation and HIV resistance.
By Helen Branswell, STAT
The struggle against HIV may be undergoing a sea change.
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