HIV

HIV

The inheritable blood and bleeding disorders community has been impacted by HIV since the 1980s. Learn about the roots of this crisis, improvements in health care, blood safety, and more.

Portrait of Christopher Statton
Juniata College is a small liberal arts school in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, about 125 miles east of Pittsburgh. The college was...
UDC & Community Counts Database Improves Bleeding Disorder Care
Data collection can help push researchers to new discoveries.
Most teenagers don’t share a piano bench with Elton John during a concert. Or drive a red Mustang, a gift...
When the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Tivicay® (dolutegravir), a new drug to treat HIV, in August 2013...
Update, 7/29/2013: The Senate bill now has 14 co-sponsors and passed in the Senate on June 17, 2013. On July...
Computer program helps HIV patients improve brain function
As they get older, patients with HIV can experience fuzzy thinking. They’re slower to process information, have trouble focusing and...
Update, August 2013: The FDA approved Tivicay® (dolutegravir), manufactured by ViiV Healthcare, a GlaxoSmithKline company. Tivicay is an integrase strand...
An October 2011 study revealed a novel characteristic of HIV—it can replicate, or make new copies of itself in macrophages...
Vaughn Ripley
HemAware “Takes 5” with people in the bleeding disorders community and spotlights their efforts with just five questions. Here, we...
Genotype
Now that some people have been living with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) for decades, a unique phenomenon is emerging...
Man in shadow
Kathy Gerus-Darbison remembers the silence. It was the silence she received in response to her questions after she was diagnosed...
HIV Research
New research by scientists at the University of Michigan could lead to the development of drugs to combat HIV/AIDS in...
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