The HIV Stigma: Ahead of HIV Awareness Day, Experts Have Revealed The Possible Cure For The Virus To Stop The Undying Stigma
Ahead Of HIV Awareness Day, Is It Still Possible To Put An End To The Undying And Worsening Conditions Of The HIV Stigma? Find Out What Authorities Have To Say
Spanish Doctors Say They Found HIV Cure
Doctors from Barcelona got the idea from the "Berlin Man." The Spanish doctors transplanted blood from an umbilical cord from someone who had genetic mutation which cured the patient of HIV virus in just three months.
POZ Lists 2016's Top 100 Names In The Fight Against HIV/AIDS
The magazine publishes an annual list of HIV/AIDS heroes and has a slightly different focus every year. For 2016, they decided to name frontrunners from the Southern States, where HIV is an epidemic.
Life Expectancy Of HIV Patient Now Perceived To Be Same As Anybody Else, Study Finds
With HIV Being Considered As One Of The Most Prevalent Health Issues, How Long Should A Patient Be Expected To Live? Find Out What Study The Study Says
Smoking Kills HIV Patients More Than The Actual Virus
Apparently, smoking is a lot more dangerous than the AIDS virus.
HIV News: Study Shows Epidemic Started In US Long Time Ago
A new genetic study confirms those theories of the global epidemic of HIV and AIDS started in New York around 1970.
HIV Cure Breakthrough Questioned By Skeptics
A recent HIV breakthrough cure has come under fire as skeptics ask for more evidence.
We May Be Close to an HIV Cure
A newly designed three-way treatment could be the answer to finally eradicating the Human Immunodeficiency Virus for good.
HIV Cure News: Genetically Altered Proteins Stop The Spread Of HIV Cells
The University Of Oxford has backed up a study that aims to cure to HIV by going straight to the source by killing and stopping HIV cells from spreading .
Why the AIDS virus transmits despite treatment
New study reveals how AIDS viruses manage to get transmitted despite treatments.
Vampire mom drinks half a gallon blood a month
Ms. Julia Caples, mother of two, is no ordinary person - she has been drinking human blood for the last 30 years.
AIDS-Free Generation On The Way?
South African actress Charlize Theron sees a generation free of AIDS in the near future.
HIV Screening For Anyone Between 15 to 65: Why Doctors Want It
A medical panel is recommending universal HIV screening for patients ages 15 to 65.
HIV Vaccine Trial Of 2,500 Participants Stopped
An HIV vaccine trial to treat the virus that causes AIDS was stopped due to failure.