A new research paper is stirring up controversy among scientists interested in using DNA editing to treat disease.
Researchers have found an enzyme that targets and "wakes" inactive HIV hiding in reservoirs, which might be the last step towards finding an HIV cure.
Researchers study patients to find cure for HIV that reaches beyond bone marrow transplant recipients.
Is the human species developing responses to HIV now that we've been exposed to the virus for more than a generation?
Diehard academic types might be surprised to see My Brother's Keeper and others on this list.
The hope for a cure to HIV has existed since the beginning of the epidemic, but even as it appears we are on the verge of a cure, hope, and vigilant personal responsibility are more important than ever.
A drug showing promise in waking HIV reservoirs may harbor risk of brain damage — and possible death.