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UCSF Researchers Get $20 Million for “Shock and Kill” HIV Cure by 2020

UCSF Researchers Get $20 Million for “Shock and Kill” HIV Cure by 2020

, by Emily Newman

Researchers in San Francisco are confident they can find an HIV cure in just five years. Read More

Cancer Therapies Give Hope to HIV Cure Research, But Access is Limited

Cancer Therapies Give Hope to HIV Cure Research, But Access is Limited

, by Emily Newman

Similarities between how cancer cells and HIV-infected cells evade the immune system give scientists hope that cancer therapy can help find a cure for HIV. Read More

Long-term HIV Remission Case Raises More Questions than Answers

Long-term HIV Remission Case Raises More Questions than Answers

, by Liz Highleyman

A French teenager with HIV has been off ART with undetectable viral load for 12 years after treatment, but she’s not “cured.” Read More

UNAIDS: World “On Track” to End AIDS Epidemic by 2030

UNAIDS: World “On Track” to End AIDS Epidemic by 2030

, by Emily Newman

UNAIDS reports 15 million people on antiretroviral therapy and big declines in the number of new HIV infections worldwide. Read More

Using Naturally-Occurring Antibodies to Treat HIV

Using Naturally-Occurring Antibodies to Treat HIV

, by Emily Newman

New research shows that infusions of broadly neutralizing antibodies can reduce HIV viral loads in human participants. Read More