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Forward thinking on HIV Researchers develop model for designing more effective drug cocktails | Harvard's Alison Hill & Daniel Rosenbloom, with Professor Martin Nowak, have shown that the relationship between adherence to a drug regimen and resistance is different for each of the drugs that make up the “cocktail” used to control #HIV. "What we demonstrate in this paper is a prototype for predicting, through modeling, whether a patient at a given adherence level is likely to develop res

   

Video Image Preventing HIV transmission in Breastfeeding...

Preventing HIV transmission in Breastfeeding - Approximately 200,000 babies every year are infected with HIV by breastfeeding from their mothers, primarily in Sub-Saharan Africa. In order to reduce the spread of HIV from mother to baby during breastfeeding, scientists are developing a low-cost, modified nipple shield which dispenses antiviral compounds. #HIV #science #health

   

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World AIDS Day - It is observed on 1 December every year, is dedicated to raising awareness of the #AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of #HIV infection. AIDS has killed more than 25 million people between 1981 and 2007. Around 33.2 million people worldwide live with HIV as of 2007.(Wikipedia) #Health

   

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The Relation of Price of Antiretroviral Drugs and Foreign Assistance with Coverage of #HIV Treatment in Africa: Retrospective Study Journal Article, Authors Eran Bendavid, Jay Bhattacharya, Nicole Smith, Eric Leroux, Grant Miller | PUBLISHED BY BMJ, Vol. 2010 no. 341, page(s) c6218 18 November 2010. #Medicine #Science #Research #Medicalresearch

   

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Bee Venom-Loaded Nanoparticles Kill HIV | Bee venom could prevent the spread of HIV. Researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis found that the toxin in bee venom, called melittin, puts holes in the protective protein coating that surrounds viruses and bacteria, killing them without harming healthy human cells. #medicine #health #science #news #hiv #society #research #reseachscience

   

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