New low-cost HIV drug launched in Uganda

Marking an advancement in its fight against the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the Ugandan government on Sunday launched a cheaper one-pill-a-day drug for HIV treatment.

New HIV infections down by 20% in India: UN

India has been able to achieve a more than 20 per cent decline in new HIV infections between 2000 and 2014, reversing the spread of the virus, according to a UN report that says the world is on track to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030.

New vaccine can improve HIV treatment

A vaccine has been found to boost a human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected patient's immune system and increase effectiveness of antiretroviral drugs in a phase II clinical trial, researchers have reported.

'Focus, Partner, Achieve: An AIDS-free Generation'

The theme for this year's World AIDS Day celebrated every year Dec 1 is "Focus, Partner, Achieve: An AIDS-free Generation".

Chinese researchers claim breakthrough in HIV virus study?

Chinese researchers claimed to have made a significant breakthrough in the structural analysis of the viral infectivity factor (Vif) of the HIV virus, which will help in the development of new medications to treat or even cure the deadly disease.

Now, millions more could get HIV treatment

A landmark study by researchers in Australia could help millions more get access to life-saving HIV drug therapy.

Molecular detail of HIV`s inner coat could lead to new therapies

Researchers have described for the first time the 4-million-atom structure of the HIV`s capsid, or protein shell.

Early HIV treatment offers additional benefits

Providing antiretroviral treatment to HIV-infected individuals earlier, when their immune systems are healthier, delays AIDS-related health events.

`Once-a-week pill may make HIV treatment more effective`

A new once-a-day pill which combines four HIV drugs into a single treatment has been found safe and effective, raising hopes of millions affected by the deadly virus worldwide.

WHO calls for early treatment to stop HIV from spreading

Any HIV infected person should be given immediate treatment to reduce the risk of transmission of the virus to his/her partner, suggests World Health Organization.

Neem tree may hold clues for HIV treatment

An Indian origin researcher has hinted that extracts from neem tree, profuse in tropical and subtropical areas.

HIV treatment discovery named ‘Breakthrough of the Year’

It’s now clear that ARV treatment can also reduce HIV transmission.

HIV treatment discovery named ‘Breakthrough of the Year’

It’s now clear that ARV treatment can also reduce HIV transmission.

HIV infection dropped 20% from 2001 to 2009: UN

The number of new HIV infections in the Asia-Pacific region dropped by 20 percent between 2001 and 2009, a UN report said.

Israeli researchers develop promising new HIV treatment

Israeli researchers have developed a new treatment for HIV that kills virus infected human cells.

Israeli researchers develop promising new HIV treatment

Israeli researchers have developed a new treatment for HIV that kills virus infected human cells.

New org to impart clinical training to docs for HIV treatment

To formulate India-specific treatment guidelines for HIV patients, a group of med professionals have set up an org which will offer in-depth clinical training to members.

New org to impart clinical training to docs for HIV treatment

To formulate India-specific treatment guidelines for HIV patients, a group of med professionals have set up an org which will offer in-depth clinical training to members.

New antiretroviral drug safe and effective for patients beginning HIV treatment

Emory University researchers have found that a member of a new class of antiretroviral drugs is safe and effective for patients beginning treatment against HIV.

New antiretroviral drug safe and effective for patients beginning HIV treatment

Emory University researchers have found that a member of a new class of antiretroviral drugs is safe and effective for patients beginning treatment against HIV.