Indian Scientists Search for a New Way of TB Treatment

Indian scientists from the University of Delhi have identified molecules that could effectively inhibit TB virus and have published all the results of the study in Scientific Reports journal. The molecules are targeting a gene, important for the bacterium’s survival. Possibly ...

21 July 09:49

Camp for HIV peer counselor teenagers will be opened in Sochi

In the beginning of August in Sochi will be opened the amp for HIV peer counselor teenagers. Non-commercial Charity Foundation of Svetlana Izambaeva initiated that event. All the participating teenagers will know more about the ways of HIV treatment and preventative care ...

20 July 15:06

Life4me + 2.0 version will be released this autumn. What should we expect?

Alex Schneider with programmers from the ONLINICO team this week developed a plan for the Life4me+ Application to version 2.0. The concept was to expand the target audience of the Life4me+ mobile app. The brainstorm resulted in a perspective plan for developing the convenient ...

20 July 13:30

Oral HIV Tests Could Be Introduced in Uganda

Researchers from the Makerere University, found that seven in 10 men had accepted to know their HIV status using the antibody self-tests, which provide results in less than 20 minutes. Inspired by the statistics of the research, The Ministry of Health in Uganda decides ...

19 July 11:48

Cruel + Tender — a Multimedia Exhibition “AIDS at Home” at Museum of the City of New York

The Museum of the City of New York’s exhibition "AIDS at Home: Art and Everyday Activism" examines how artists and activists have expanded the idea of caretaking and family and navigated the political stakes of domestic life in the face of the HIV/AIDS crisis, from the early ...

19 July 08:58

A Man with HIV Was Refused To Be Tattoed Due To His Diagnosis

Matt Charlton, diagnosed with HIV two years ago wished to have a tattoo of red ribbon, famous symbol of HIV epidemic, but was denied in one of the tattoo salons in Chester-le-Street, as The Metro reported. Mr. Charlton has already four tatoos.

18 July 09:00

Nigeria Has Reached the “Tipping Point” for HIV/AIDS Epidemic

Nigeria has achieved good results in the fight against HIV epidemic, few people newly get infected. Nigeria has reached the “tipping point” for the epidemic. Under the tipping point is meant that more people are going on treatment than people getting newly infected.

17 July 15:47

More Than 50 New Medicines for HIV treatment to be Developed

More than 50 new drugs for HIV treatment are developed all over the World, said the Medicines in Development report by The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA). Now there are about 45 drugs for HIv treatment and care approved in the USA, more than ...

17 July 09:36

Hornet's New Ad Aiming to LGBTQ People Living With HIV Promotes Inclusive Dating

Check this Hornet’s new beautiful ad, written by a guy living with HIV, about how dating between HIV-negative and HIV-positive persons could be in the modern world.

14 July 16:02

Marine Plants Could Potentially Cure TB

Biologists from the University of Central Florida in cooperation with Florida Atlantic University's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute studied more than 4000 chemical extracts of marine organisms to see if these extracts could kill TB bacterium, cancer and other diseases. ...

14 July 11:36