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Georgia lawmaker, wife of ex-HHS secretary, says her remarks about quarantining HIV patients were misunderstood - Washington Post



The Hill
 
Georgia lawmaker, wife of ex-HHS secretary, says her remarks about quarantining HIV patients were misunderstood 
Washington Post
A state lawmaker who has drawn criticism after asking about the legality of quarantining people with HIV has said her comments were misunderstood and intended to be ?provocative? and ?rhetorical? in a broader conversation about curtailing the virus.
Price's wife on HIV quarantine remark: I was just being 'provocative' The Hill
Tom Price's wife walks back suggestion HIV patients be quarantined New York Daily News
Georgia lawmaker: Can people with HIV be 'legally' quarantined? Q13 FOX
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HIV in Russia: Hate, discrimination lead to rise, experts say - USA TODAY



USA TODAY
 
HIV in Russia: Hate, discrimination lead to rise, experts say 
USA TODAY
Sylvia Urban of the umbrella group German AIDS Service Organization described the massive spread of HIV in Russia as "catastrophic." According to Russian ...

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The German CEO Pushing for an Immunotherapy to Treat Cancer and HIV - Labiotech.eu (blog)



Labiotech.eu (blog)
 
The German CEO Pushing for an Immunotherapy to Treat Cancer and HIV 
Labiotech.eu (blog)
Mariola Söhngen, CEO of Mologen, discusses biotech entrepreneurship in Germany and her company's unique immunotherapy against both cancer and HIV. Mariola Söhngen has an outstanding track record as an entrepreneur and leader in biotech and ...

 


Scientists May Have Discovered a "Functional Cure" for HIV - Futurism - Futurism



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How Mentorship Can Be Life-Changing for People Living With HIV - The Atlantic



The Atlantic
 
How Mentorship Can Be Life-Changing for People Living With HIV 
The Atlantic
Derrick ?Strawberry? Cox found out that he had HIV on March 14, 2011. He's been managing the virus ever since, an effort that's supported by his mentor, Tony Burns?who has been managing his own HIV for nearly three decades. Their relationship centers ...

 


From opioids to HIV ? a public health threat in Trump country - Politico



Politico
 
From opioids to HIV ? a public health threat in Trump country 
Politico
The next HIV epidemic in America is likely brewing in rural areas suffering under the nationwide opioid crisis, with many of the highest risk communities in deep red states that voted for President Donald Trump. Federal and state health officials say ...
Are we still afraid of HIV? What the infection rates in Canada tell us Globalnews.ca
National Latino HIV and Aids Awareness Day - Story - MyHighPlains MyHighPlains
Dr. Douglas proud of Elimination Mother to Child Transmission of HIV/AIDS and Syphilis in SKN The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer

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Editors' Forum | JASL backs 'magic pill' - 2018 Introduction of HIV preventative drug possible - Jamaica Gleaner



Jamaica Gleaner
 
Editors' Forum | JASL backs 'magic pill' - 2018 Introduction of HIV preventative drug possible 
Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica AIDS Support for Life (JASL) has endorsed the HIV prevention pill, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), being considered for introduction to Jamaica by the Ministry of Health. The Sunday Gleaner first reported that the Government was considering ...

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PATA HIV-Aids summit to bring together caregivers, nurses - Independent Online



Independent Online
 
PATA HIV-Aids summit to bring together caregivers, nurses 
Independent Online
It''s also through these conversations where she's discovered how prevalent stigma and discrimination around HIV/Aids still is and why some grannies, aunts, uncles, parents and families still find it increasingly hard to leave their homes early in the ...

 


California now has fairer laws on HIV - Sacramento Bee



Sacramento Bee
 
California now has fairer laws on HIV 
Sacramento Bee
These laws ? which criminalize otherwise legal conduct of people living with HIV and increase criminal penalties based on a person's HIV-positive status ? were passed at the height of the AIDS crisis, when the public perceived HIV as a death sentence ...

 


How CRISPR gene-editing tech can fight HIV - SFGate



SFGate
 
How CRISPR gene-editing tech can fight HIV 
SFGate
Researchers at UCSF have received a three-year, $1.6 million grant to advance their work using novel gene-editing technology to make human blood cells less susceptible to HIV infection. The grant, from biopharmaceutical giant Gilead Sciences, a global ...