The current standard of care for initial treatment of human immunodeficiency virus 1 (HIV 1) infection is a three drug antiretroviral regimen.
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A massive scale up of HIV/AIDS treatment programs at urban primary care sites in Zambia has produced favorable patient outcomes.
This represents the first free textbook on HIV/AIDS that is available in the developing world.
An HIV prevention program emphasizing both abstinence and condom use may help decrease risky sexual behavior among Latino adolescents.
the proteins might be used to develop medications that could boost the body's impaired daily response to bacteria in HIV/AIDS patients and others with compromised immune responses.
HIV mutation is clue to why only some people develop AIDS dementia.
Findings demonstrate a substantial reduction in the incidence of several opportunistic infections in HIV infected children.
Researchers found evidence that male circumcision (MC) could reduce the chance of becoming infected with HIV.
AIDS study suggests new way of measuring vaccine effectiveness.
it may one day be possible to immunize healthy individuals against HIV 1, the virus that causes AIDS.
HIV disease model details survival benefits of HIV therapies.
We can tell HIV positive men that others in their position rarely regret the fact that other people know their status.
When individuals are infected with both HIV and TB, they are more likely to progress from latent TB infection to active TB.
Findings point to possible novel ways to fight AIDS, immune disorders, sepsis.
There is no syndrome that causes increased belly fat and decreased facial and limb fat among HIV positive men who take antiretroviral drugs.
Some HIV medications lead to the development of drug resistant HIV when patients take as few as 2 percent of their medications.
Johns Hopkins scientists say an infected person's HIV subtype is a better predictor than viral load for determining rapid death from AIDS.
Male circumcision reduced by 30 percent the likelihood that the female partner would become infected with the virus that causes AIDS.
Swaziland's National Emergency Response Council on HIV/AIDS (NERCHA) announced the start of Young Heroes, an AIDS program of sponsorship of orphan families with monthly donations for food and clothing.
The number of hospital admissions for HIV infection declined just before approval of life prolonging protease inhibitor drugs known as the "AIDS cocktail."