- Former tech who may have exposed patients to HIV, hepatitis worked at 3 W. WA
- Northwest Hospital and Medical Center in Seattle notified more than 1,300 patients on Tuesday that they may have been exposed to Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV. Late Wednesday morning, KIRO 7 News learned that the former surgical technician who is ...
- The First HIV-Fighting Drones Have Been Deployed in Africa
- There was a mixed reaction from bystanders as the object slowly hovered back down to earth, kicking up small columns of dust as it landed.
- Clinton urged to appoint HIV adviser, meet with advocates
- In a joint letter dated March 15, a group of more than 70 advocates urge Clinton to appoint an HIV advisor to her campaign, meet with HIV community leadership and declare a commitment to end the AIDS epidemic nationally by 2025. “Silence still equals ...
- HIV and AIDS Cure News: Temple University May Have Found the Cure to HIV Using
- HIV and AIDS is a bit tricky to cure mainly because the virus mutates and hides in the body like it's a healthy cell. However, it seems that Temple University has found a way around it through gene-snipping using a DNA enzyme CaS9.
- Legends Dedicated to Eradicating HIV/AIDS Join Forces
- The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) and The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF) have teamed up once again in a historic and strategic move to combat the AIDS epidemic in The South, where the focus is desperately needed. Over the past 20 years ...
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