Researchers from University of South Carolina (USC) in the US identified a novel human protein variant that can be targeted to prevent the human immunodeficiency virus from harming HIV-positive individuals.
In the last decade, successful implementation of the National AIDS Control Programme has contributed to a decline in the estimated adult HIV prevalence, which has dropped from 0.34 per cent in 2007 to 0.26 per cent in 2015.
At the moment, the researchers are unable to make it clear why the trial proved to be successful for the girl but failed for 410 other children who were part of the trial.
Not only are new HIV infections and deaths declining, but more people than ever are on life-saving treatment, according to data published ahead of an AIDS science conference opening in Paris on Sunday.
Sub-Saharan Africa has been at the epicenter of the HIV epidemic for decades and home to nearly three-quarters of all people with HIV/AIDS. UNAIDS aims for 90 percent of people diagnosed with HIV to receive antiretroviral treatment by 2020.
The state government says that approximately 1 lakh people beneficiaries will be identified from the state.
The appointment by UNAIDS chief Michel Sidibe came on the eve of the U.N. General Assembly’s high-level meeting on ending AIDS on Wednesday through Friday.
The NMC has been envisaging entering the Guinness World Records for health awareness via the April 7 programme.
The BJP-ruled Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) has organised a grand “Hanuman Chalisa path” programme on the day, which incidentally is World Health Day, hoping to attract over 1.5 lakh people from the city and around.
The ‘supercondom’ can not only prevent and combat the AIDS causing HIV virus, but also enhance sexual pleasure.
So far, only Rs 42 crore was received by the state, out of which Rs 11.89 crore was given to MSACS.
A sad similarity connects the 51 inmates of this shelter-cum-special school — they are all orphans, all HIV-positive.
With its ‘treat-all’ recommendation, WHO has removed all limitations on eligibility for antiretroviral therapy (ART) among people living with HIV as all age groups are now eligible for the treatment.
She saw hope when she was introduced to HIV positive people at counselling sessions by the MSACS and gradually, understood the difference between HIV and AIDS.
Can India meet the UN target of ‘ending AIDS epidemic’ by 2030? Days ahead of World AIDS Day on December 1, a NACO team in a Mumbai slum battles odds in its fight against the virus