Discovery of HIV `invisibility cloak` brings AIDS cure closer to reality

Researchers have discovered a molecular invisibility cloak that enables HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, to hide inside cells of the body without triggering the body`s natural defence systems.

Cure for AIDS possible, says Nobel Prize winner

Nobel Prize winning scientist Francoise Barre-Sinoussi - discoverer of HIV - has said that a cure for AIDS now "might be possible."

Australian scientists discover `potential cure for AIDS`

Researchers at Queensland Institute of Medical Research here have claimed of making a breakthrough that could lead to a potential cure for AIDS.

Cure AIDS with love, says Elton John

Singer Elton John believes AIDS can be cured with love as that is what drives research into the potentially fatal disease.

Cancer drug successfully purges hidden HIV virus

Researchers have flushed HIV infection from hiding, with a drug used to target lymphoma, a cancer affecting immune cells, potentially opening the way to an AIDS cure.

Monkeys SIV-survival secrets may harbour AIDS cure

They found sooty mangabeys’s immune cells resist infection by closing the gates that SIV and HIV use to get into the cell- findings, which may lead to strategies to help HIV-infected individuals cope better with infection.

Monkeys SIV-survival secrets may harbour AIDS cure

They found sooty mangabeys’s immune cells resist infection by closing the gates that SIV and HIV use to get into the cell- findings, which may lead to strategies to help HIV-infected individuals cope better with infection.