Going long: Viruses linger with lasting impact
Herpes, HIV, Epstein-Barr and other viruses hang around, causing potential long-term health woes. Should ‘long COVID’ surprise us?
HIV/AIDS vaccine: Why don’t we have one after 37 years, when we have several for COVID-19 after a few months?
The difficulty lies in HI itself. In particular, its remarkable strain diversity and the immune evasion strategies.
AIDS crisis has 3 lessons to guide how the we respond to coronavirus – UW researcher
Act fast and think big. It’s everybody’s disease. Investing in research and public health pays off.
HHS Removed Images Of Condoms From HIV/AIDS Awareness Fliers
The condoms were featured on a fact sheet and included in a social media campaign to spread the word on how to reduce HIV transmission among women and girls.
Promising HIV vaccine fails in clinical trial
Researchers have halted its trial of a promising HIV vaccine, after it was found the vaccine was not providing protection against the virus.
Driven by injection drug use, number of new HIV cases rises in King County
In 2018, county saw a 400% jump in the number of new HIV diagnoses among people who inject drugs.
How to end the HIV epidemic
Test. Treat, Prevent: A national plan to end the HIV epidemic. The goal is to reduce new HIV infections by 90% by 2030.
To Few Doctors to Treat HIV in the South
CDC data shows the South, which the agency defines as a 16-state region, saw more new cases — 19,968 — than the rest of the nation combined in 2017.
Despite treatment, HIV persists in spinal fluid, linked to cognitive deficits
After nearly a decade of treatment, cells sheltering the virus could be found in the cerebrospinal fluid of half of participants in a trial of people with HIV.
Health officials report on 2018 Seattle HIV outbreak
In 2018, a total of 30 women and heterosexual men who drugs inject were diagnosed with HIV, more than four times the number of women and heterosexual male injectors diagnosed in 2017.
Trump Pledges To End HIV Transmission By 2030. Doable, But Daunting.
Even with the gains made in drug therapies and understanding of the HIV/AIDS over nearly 40 years, it is not an easy undertaking.
Burien dental clinic closed over infection control concerns
Patients who received dental services from Burien’s George M. Davis Dental Clinic should to consider being tested for hepatitis B, C, and HIV — officials say
What you need to know about HIV/AIDS today
Efforts to stop the spread of HIV are hindered by fear and stigma.
An update on HIV in King County
Last year 161 King County residents were diagnosed with HIV, the lowest number since 1994. This is a 51% decrease in new HIV diagnoses overall.
Discreetly Tracking Down Sex Partners To Stop A Surge In STDs
Oregon’s Clackamas County, health officials are asking patients with an STD who their sexual partners are — and then are tracking those partners down.