A British man with HIV could possibly be cured after showing no sign of the virus following new experimental treatment.
Scientists developed new technique in measuring the adherence of a patient to their doses of antiretroviral drugs.
Scientists discovered the origin of lentiviruses – an HIV-related retrovirus – and found that earliest evidence of the virus date back 60 million years ago.
The FDA recently approved a new synthetic THC product in liquid form to be used for treating ailments.
A new clinical trial involving rhesus macaques showed that HIV vaccine RV114 is effective in preventing SIV acquisitions.
After years of research, scientists have taken a giant leap in the fight against the incurable HIV/AIDS after successfully devising a way to snip or "delete" the virus from infected cells and prevent it from coming back.
Fake medication - that is, those that fail to meet quality standards - is a global problem, threatening not just public health but important advancements in medicine as well.
The fight against AIDS may have just gotten some help, as a new antibody therapy developed by scientists may suppress the HIV infection that causes it, according to new research.
Cuba is facing a widespread and deadly epidemic of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) that can progress into AIDS some three times faster than the most common strains of the virus. Now researchers have identified what makes this HIV different and deadlier than most.
In a breakthrough study against the virus that causes AIDS, scientists have identified a new HIV-agent that could create an effective vaccine in the future.
Researchers have struggled over the years to find a cure for AIDS, and while an effective HIV vaccine has eluded them thus far they are still making progress. But now new research finds that llamas, of all things, may hold the key to combating this fatal disease.
A new computer model developed by scientists at the University of Southern Denmark has proven itself to be a powerful ally in the fight against AIDS, according to recent research.
The origins of the AIDS global pandemic has been traced to the 1920s in a small city called Kinshasa. Now an international team of scientists are saying that this information can help us better understand the history of the deadly disease.
Cats may be the key to fighting AIDS, which kills millions of people in the United States alone each year, lending a helping paw in the search for anti-HIV drugs, according to a new study.