the disease that has plagued mankind for decades
Human trials have begun on a drug that could cause HIV to be cured. one of the largest pandemics in the world,
Science may have gotten one step closer in finding a cure for HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
Proponents for the proliferation of HIV vaccines took another hit today, as the National Institute of Health (NIH) have put a halt to an HIV clinical trial because of its ineffectiveness in curing the disease.
In a gruesome show of affection, an Arizona man fatally stabbed his wife and adult son due to fears he had given his wife HIV from prostitutes he had sexual relations with and concern for his son's future.
A study team led by Barton Haynes, director of the Human Vaccine Institute, has found a way to generate anti-HIV antibodies, which can bolster the body's ability to ward off any related infections.
7,000 people may have been infected with hepatitis and/or HIV through a Dentist office in Tulsa, Oklahoma within the past six years, according to health officials.
A child born with HIV has been cured of the disease by doctors in Mississippi, the first documented case of its kind.
The cured infant, now two and a half years old, needs no HIV medication, is unlikely to be infectious to others and has a normal life expectancy.
The Supreme Court of Canada ruled Friday that carries of low levels of HIV who use condoms are not legally required to disclose their status to partners.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) sued the State of Alabama in 2011 over segregating HIV+ inmates in Alabama prisons and keeping them from participating in various rehabilitation and retraining programs. The class action lawsuit went to court on Monday.
HIV testing may become a commonplace medical procedure for the general population in the near future.