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HIV found in Mississippi Baby, disappointing hopes for cure

HIV found in Mississippi Baby, disappointing hopes for cure

, by Liz Highleyman

A Mississippi child thought to be cured of HIV has been found to still be infected, tempering optimism about a functional cure in the lead-up to AIDS 2014. Read More

AIDS 2014 Sneak Preview

AIDS 2014 Sneak Preview

, by alice freda

What’s in store at AIDS 2014? Here’s a sneak peek at the most anticipated topics at the 20th International AIDS Conference, starting next week in Melbourne. Read More

New Resource: HIV Cure Research Glossary

New Resource: HIV Cure Research Glossary

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Use this handy new HIV cure glossary to understand the many terms and acronyms used in HIV cure science and mainstream media. Read More

A Breakthrough Moment in AIDS History

A Breakthrough Moment in AIDS History

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Twenty-five years ago today, Peter Staley and fellow activists stormed a conference and announced a new agenda for research on life-saving HIV/AIDS treatments. See how their words changed AIDS history. Read More

Just How Risky Is It? Studies Shed Light on HIV Risk and Prevention

Just How Risky Is It? Studies Shed Light on HIV Risk and Prevention

, by Liz Highleyman

Three studies estimate HIV risk by sex act and HIV prevention approach. How applicable are their findings to the “real world”? Read More