The installation is meant as a commentary on Pope Benedict’s opposition to condom use to fight the AIDS epidemic.
Combining new techniques with existing treatments could, potentially, rid the virus from the body.
If proven effective, the drug would also be cheaper than current HIV treatments.
The FDA says it would be “offensive” and “burdensome” to questions straight donors the way they questions gays.
The new bans asks gay men to be celibate for a year before donating.
A new clinical trial of the drug Truvada suggests you might be able to prevent HIV infection with only 4 pills.
The CDC report also found that half of gay and bisexual men with HIV in the US go untreated.
The World Health Organization is recommending that all “men who have sex with men” take an AIDS prevention drug.
Instituting this plan caused an impressive increase in the number of patients screened, and detected as HIV+.
Dr. Dong-Pyou faked his “promising” HIV/AIDS research in order to get even more federal grant money.
The problem isn’t condoms failing to stop disease, it’s people failing to use condoms –and use them correctly.
The data showed that there was an increased chance for vaccinated participants to contract HIV.
This study points out that those patients with mental illness may not be getting screened for HIV appropriately.