Combining new techniques with existing treatments could, potentially, rid the virus from the body.
Vaccine trials have begun in the US for one vaccine, while doctors are also using plasma from a recent patient.
A lot of people go to their doctors because of chronic pain. A new discovery may help.
In other Ebola news, American patient Brantly may be discharged soon.
Instituting this plan caused an impressive increase in the number of patients screened, and detected as HIV+.
Apparently MERS can be transmitted from camels, and there’s good news about possible treatments.
New research is looking at treating your own cells to make them HIV-resistant. Dr. Thoma summarizes the findings.
30% to 50% of inmates in the New York City jail system have a psychiatric diagnosis.
Some good medical news to start the day.
Dr. Thoma walks us through how a modified form of a virus called Toca 511 is being used to treat brain cancer.
How researchers at UPenn used a modified HIV virus to send a little girl’s leukemia into remission.