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Gilead Sciences Awards $7.5M to HIV Cure Initiatives

Gilead Sciences Awards $7.5M to HIV Cure Initiatives

Oct 16
Gilead Sciences, Inc. today announced the second round of recipients of its HIV cure grants program of $7.5 million to support five additional HIV cure research initiatives.

Communities Across Country Commemorate National Latino AIDS Awareness Day 2017

Communities Across Country Commemorate National Latino AIDS Awareness Day 2017

Oct 13
National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD), is held each year on the last day of Hispanic Heritage Month, on October 15.

Survey Ranks Diarrhea as Number One Gastrointestinal Complaint of HIV/AIDS Patients

Survey Ranks Diarrhea as Number One Gastrointestinal Complaint of HIV/AIDS Patients

Oct 12
According to new data from Napo Pharmaceuticals, which surveyed 271 U.S. board certified gastroenterologists, the number one gastrointestinal complaint for people living with HIV/AIDS is diarrhea.

Elton John AIDS Foundation Applauds California Governor Jerry Brown for Signing SB 239 into Law

Elton John AIDS Foundation Applauds California Governor Jerry Brown for Signing SB 239 into Law

Oct 12
The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) applauds California Governor Jerry Brown for signing Senate Bill 239 into law.

EJAF's New Funding Initiatives Combat HIV in the U.S. and in Eastern Europe/Central Asia

EJAF's New Funding Initiatives Combat HIV in the U.S. and in Eastern Europe/Central Asia

Oct 10
The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) today announced new funding initiatives to increase advocacy and service delivery for people living with and at-risk for HIV and hepatitis C.

ABIVAX's ABX464 Reduces HIV Reservoir in Blood in Second Phase 2a Clinical Trial

ABIVAX's ABX464 Reduces HIV Reservoir in Blood in Second Phase 2a Clinical Trial

Oct 10
ABIVAX announced top-line results from the first cohort of Phase 2a trial, ABX464-005, demonstrating that ABX464 significantly reduced the HIV viral reservoir in blood in patients with HIV.

HRC Lauds California for Modernizing HIV Laws

HRC Lauds California for Modernizing HIV Laws

Oct 10
More than 30 states have laws in place that have been used to prosecute people living with HIV. People living with HIV can be tried and imprisoned simply because a partner accuses them of hiding their HIV status.

Researchers Develop 'Three-In-One' Antibodies as Potential Intervention for HIV/AIDS

Researchers Develop 'Three-In-One' Antibodies as Potential Intervention for HIV/AIDS

Oct 6
In a landmark study, researchers produced genetically engineered antibodies with the highest activity and breadth of coverage yet seen against HIV.

Pharma Rebels Call for Individuals to Import Generic Cures for Hep C Epidemic

Pharma Rebels Call for Individuals to Import Generic Cures for Hep C Epidemic

Oct 5
Yesterday, a British group of activists launched "Pharma Rebels," an international call for people who can't access Hep C medication to exploit legal loopholes and import low-cost generic cures costing around $100.

First Patient Dosed in Three-Month Cohort of Phase 2a Study Of Oral ABX464 In HIV-Suppressed Patients

First Patient Dosed in Three-Month Cohort of Phase 2a Study Of Oral ABX464 In HIV-Suppressed Patients

Oct 4
ABIVAX announced that the first patient has been dosed in the second cohort of the Phase 2a ABX464-005 clinical trial.

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