Treatment with antibody-bound radioisotopes, combined with antiretroviral therapy, could be possibly curative.
Robertson recently claimed that gays have secret rings they use to prick straight people and give them AIDS.
No promises that this will be an AIDS killer, but it’s very promising so far.
There’s a new medical mystery that reminds medical researchers of the early days of AIDS: brain-eating amoeba.
Dr. Thoma walks us through how a modified form of a virus called Toca 511 is being used to treat brain cancer.
Robertson: “They’ll have a ring, you shake hands, the ring’s got a little thing where you cut your finger.”
A look at possibly reasons why HIV rates are rising among America’s elderly community.
Does “undetectable” viral load equal “no virus”? Not really.
One of the difficulties in finding a cure is that HIV can lie dormant, unreachable by current treatments.
Both men had longstanding HIV, and had undergone a bone marrow transplant for treatment of lymphoma.