American Indians and Alaska Natives had the third highest rate (above Caucasians) of AIDS diagnosis in 2004, despite having the smallest population.
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Needs of HIV-infected adolescents not being met.
South Dakota has reported more than 30 new cases of HIV.
National Women and Girls HIV AIDS Awareness Day theme: "Taking action to save our lives"
The grant will allow University Hospitals Case Medical Center, a top-ranked AIDS Clinical Trials Unit, to continue and significantly expand the work of its clinical research.
A statewide campaign designed to encourage North Carolinians to get educated about and get tested for HIV and AIDS.
Sensational depictions of the so-called 'down low' or 'DL' lifestyle may unwittingly influence health research and hamper HIV prevention efforts in the African American community.
Developing a safe and effective vaccine to protect people against HIV is one of the most important goals in public health.
A bill that would allow doctors to test patients for HIV as part of routine medical care.
Unlike much of the constantly mutating virus, this protein component is stable and appears vulnerable to attack from this specific antibody, known as b12, that can broadly neutralize HIV.\n
A mouse protein, whose human equivalent is related to defense against HIV 1, inhibits the infection and spread of a mouse tumor virus.
HIV prevention, treatment, care and support by 2010 require efforts to encourage greater collaboration between public health agencies and faith-based organizations.
A public health campaign to encourage people to get tested for HIV.
The ability to vaccinate those already infected with the AIDS virus, thereby inhibiting the virus' progressive and debilitating effects, would allow individuals to fight off normal infections, live longer.
Four King County men have tested positive for similar HIV viruses.
Debuting third annual Black AIDS Awareness Campaign in an effort to improve the overall health of all Michigan residents.
Relationship between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) HIV prevention budget and HIV incidence in the U.S.
HIV infection rates continue to escalate at an alarming pace among African American men and women.
Addressing the impact of HIV and AIDS on the state's African American community
Gene therapy still holds great promise as a way to harness the insidious power of viruses such as human immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV).
Coinfection a growing problem, may signal need for earlier treatment.
This model also helps explain why some HIV patients experience short "blips" of viral activity, despite relatively low viral concentration.
The position of the international scientific community on the root causes and nature of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Benghazi was neglected during the trial of Bulgarian nurses and the Palestinian doctor.