Wiley and International AIDS Society announce partnership to publish fully open access journal
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  July 19, 2017  
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 Wiley and International AIDS Society announce partnership to publish fully open access journalWiley and International AIDS Society announce partnership to publish fully open access journal
 
John Wiley and Sons, Inc., is pleased to announce a new partnership with the International AIDS Society to publish their fully open access journal, Journal of the International AIDS Society.
 
 
 Contaminated blood scandal that infected thousands in 70’s and 80’s being investigatedContaminated blood scandal that infected thousands in 70’s and 80’s being investigated
 
In the 1970’s and 80’s thousands of people were infected with hepatitis C and HIV due to transfusion of contaminated blood that contained these viruses. A spokesperson for Theresa May, James Slack, today said that she, her health secretary Jeremy Hunt and the MPs sat together to announce a full review and inquiry into this disaster.
 
   Herpes virus in mountain gorillas has similarity to EBV found in humansHerpes virus in mountain gorillas has similarity to EBV found in humans
 
Scientists from the University of California, Davis, have detected a herpes virus in wild mountain gorillas that is very similar to the Epstein-Barr virus in humans, according to a study published today in the journal Scientific Reports.
 
   Scientists find simple way to raise accuracy of diagnostic tests and common assaysScientists find simple way to raise accuracy of diagnostic tests and common assays
 
Scientists at the University of Washington have discovered a simple way to raise the accuracy of diagnostic tests for medicine and common assays for laboratory research.
 
   Study shows how cells feel their way through the surroundingsStudy shows how cells feel their way through the surroundings
 
Cells push out tiny feelers to probe their physical surroundings, but how much can these tiny sensors really discover? A new study led by Princeton University researchers and colleagues finds that the typical cell's environment is highly varied in the stiffness or flexibility of the surrounding tissue, and that to gain a meaningful amount of information about its surroundings, the cell must move around and change shape.
 
 Prince Harry, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine organize roundtable to address needs of youth with HIV/AIDS
 
Prince Harry, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine organize roundtable to address needs of youth with HIV/AIDSGlobal HIV leaders have committed to ensuring young people affected by HIV/AIDS play an integral part in shaping new research and policies to strengthen HIV prevention, testing and treatment in sub-Saharan Africa.
 
 
 What are Genital Mycoplasmas?
 
What are Genital Mycoplasmas?Mycoplasmas are considered to be the smallest free-living organisms known, characterized by an outer membrane that consists of three layers, as well as a total lack of cell wall (which renders these organisms insensitive to beta-lactam antimicrobial drugs). As certain species specifically infect the human genital tract and may even affect pregnancy outcomes, it is important to acknowledge their importance in human pathology.