Perhaps you’ve seen them while casually Googling for updates on HIV research.
Researchers in Denmark are calling a new treatment that could eradicate HIV from infected cells "promising."
The government orders an end to a vaccine trial after unsuccessful results.
Fourteen people were part of a group of 70, whose treatment had been administered earlier than a typical treatment regimen.
Scientists say this toxin could help develop a vaginal gel or even HIV medication to treat HIV.
A baby girl born with HIV seems to have been effectively cured of the virus.
Scientists at Stanford University have genetically engineered cells that are resistant to HIV, which could lead to an alternative therapy for people on heavy drug treatment plans.
Spanish researchers may have discovered a major breakthrough in the path toward developing a therapeutic HIV vaccine, and possibly a cure.
With scientists working on a promising vaccine, and two more men seemingly cured of HIV, the effort to treat and prevent the virus is gaining scientific momentum.
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