Cryptococcal Meningitis News and Research

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Cryptococcal meningitis is an infection of the lining of the brain and spinal cord. The fungus that causes this infection is found in soil. The risk is highest when CD4 cell counts are below 100. You can get it by breathing in dust. Symptoms include headache, nausea, fever, fatigue, irritability, sensitivity to light, stiff neck, change in mental state, and hallucinations.
Viamet commences VT-1161 Phase 1 clinical study to treat fungal infections

Viamet commences VT-1161 Phase 1 clinical study to treat fungal infections

IMMY, University of Nevada receive FDA clearance for CrAg Lateral Flow Assay

IMMY, University of Nevada receive FDA clearance for CrAg Lateral Flow Assay

NIH selects Viamet's novel antifungal compound for inclusion in the TRND program

NIH selects Viamet's novel antifungal compound for inclusion in the TRND program

New research sheds light on origins of cryptococcal fungal infection

New research sheds light on origins of cryptococcal fungal infection

IMMY, University of Nevada, Reno collaborate to make new blood test for Cryptococcosis

IMMY, University of Nevada, Reno collaborate to make new blood test for Cryptococcosis

AIDS patients with serum biomarkers are predisposed to immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome

AIDS patients with serum biomarkers are predisposed to immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome

Sagent Pharmaceuticals adds fluconazole injection to its line of premixed bags

Sagent Pharmaceuticals adds fluconazole injection to its line of premixed bags

Early retroviral use best for AIDS patients with serious complications

Early retroviral use best for AIDS patients with serious complications

Early use of antiretroviral treatment improves survival rate of HIV patients

Early use of antiretroviral treatment improves survival rate of HIV patients

Catching the blood cell bus gives fatal yeast infection a clean getaway

Catching the blood cell bus gives fatal yeast infection a clean getaway

Central nervous system infections after heart transplants

Central nervous system infections after heart transplants