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Weekly cycles of once-daily anti-HIV drugs could reduce cost of HIV treatment

Weekly cycles of once-daily anti-HIV drugs could reduce cost of HIV treatment

WHO to tackle heart disease, diabetes, cancers, road safety as well as diseases

WHO to tackle heart disease, diabetes, cancers, road safety as well as diseases

Diabetes drug improves metabolic changes associated with HIV combination therapy

Diabetes drug improves metabolic changes associated with HIV combination therapy

Britain's youth complacent about HIV/AIDS

Britain's youth complacent about HIV/AIDS

Canadian Statement to the World Health Assembly focuses on AIDS

Canadian Statement to the World Health Assembly focuses on AIDS

50 new scientists sought after in the field of biomedical research

50 new scientists sought after in the field of biomedical research

Manipulation of the body’s own natural killer cells to destroy cells containing the HIV virus

Manipulation of the body’s own natural killer cells to destroy cells containing the HIV virus

UN round table looks at rapid spread of HIV/AIDS in prisons

UN round table looks at rapid spread of HIV/AIDS in prisons

Study examines impact of cochlear implants

Study examines impact of cochlear implants

Speaking their language aids dementia patients

Speaking their language aids dementia patients

GlaxoSmithKline and Boehringer Ingelheim agree to assess the development of important HIV medicines for the developing world

GlaxoSmithKline and Boehringer Ingelheim agree to assess the development of important HIV medicines for the developing world

Guidelines for FUZEON (enfuvirtide) are published today in AIDS

Guidelines for FUZEON (enfuvirtide) are published today in AIDS

HHS to ensure safe, effective drugs delivered to developing countries under the President's $15 billion plan for AIDS relief

HHS to ensure safe, effective drugs delivered to developing countries under the President's $15 billion plan for AIDS relief

The federal government should expand its role in the financing of HIV/AIDS treatment for low-income Americans

The federal government should expand its role in the financing of HIV/AIDS treatment for low-income Americans

Plans for once-daily, fixed-dose combination of three anti-HIV drugs

Plans for once-daily, fixed-dose combination of three anti-HIV drugs

Canada announces new HIV/AIDS funding of $84.4 million annually

Canada announces new HIV/AIDS funding of $84.4 million annually

Poll finds alcohol and drug addiction has impacted the lives of 63 percent of Americans

Poll finds alcohol and drug addiction has impacted the lives of 63 percent of Americans

Risk of artery plaques increased by use of HIV drugs

Risk of artery plaques increased by use of HIV drugs

World Health Assembly set to tackle HIV/AIDS, SARS, the global strategy on diet, physical activity and health

World Health Assembly set to tackle HIV/AIDS, SARS, the global strategy on diet, physical activity and health

WHO admits target on AIDS drugs may be unrealistic

WHO admits target on AIDS drugs may be unrealistic

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