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World AIDS Day
Drug 'Truly an Advance'
Dec 1, 2020 12:50 PM CST
Strawberry-Flavored HIV Drug 'Truly an Advance'
HIV medication for babies will be much easier to swallow as a tablet
- Developing HIV medications for infants is difficult enough, but then somebody has to get them to swallow it. Many of the options have a bitter taste infants reject. Now, one such medication, dolutegravir, will be available in a strawberry-flavored tablet that will dissolve in juice or water, the
Fill In for Injured Bono
Dec 2, 2014 1:26 AM CST
Springsteen, Martin Fill In for Injured Bono
They join rest of U2 for World Aids Day gig
- Bono has some top-notch understudies: Bruce Springsteen and Chris Martin of Coldplay acted as the U2 frontman, who is recovering from a bike accident , at a New York City concert last night honoring World AIDS Day. Springsteen performed "Where the Streets Have No Name" and "I Still Haven'...
We're Close on AIDS:
Don't Blow It Now, America
Bono, George W Bush
Dec 1, 2011 1:20 PM CST
We're Close on AIDS: Don't Blow It Now, America
Bono, George W. Bush warn against the US pulling back
- Two big names—Bono and George W. Bush—weigh in on World AIDS Day, both with the general theme that tremendous progress has been made in the last decade but that it won't matter if the world, specifically the US, gets complacent now. Some highlights:
How did all
Obama on AIDS:
We Will 'Win This Fight'
Dec 1, 2011 11:59 AM CST
Obama on AIDS: We Will 'Win This Fight'
US increasing spending on HIV treatment by $50 million
- President Obama marked World AIDS Day with a promise of more money and increased attention both in the US and abroad, reports AP :
The US will increase spending on HIV treatment within its own borders by $50 million.
He promised to help 6 million people in hard-hit countries get access
In AIDS Battle,
Take Back Seat
Dec 1, 2010 1:48 PM CST
In AIDS Battle, US Victims Take Back Seat
Time to wake up to needs of at-risk Americans
- This year has seen big advancements in the battle against AIDS, and the US has made “great progress” fighting the disease abroad, as George W. Bush noted in a World AIDS Day op-ed . But “why aren’t we more committed to end AIDS at home?” asks Cornelius Baker...
in Africa Is
world aids day
Dec 1, 2010 10:46 AM CST
Bush: AIDS Fight in Africa Is American Way
We've taken big strides, but the fight's not over
- When George W. Bush became president, “much of sub-Saharan Africa was on the verge of catastrophe” thanks to the HIV epidemic. So America took action, and now millions are on AIDS medication. The relief effort served US interests in helping to stabilize a region on the brink; but what’...
On World AIDS Day, a Call
for Sounder Science
Dec 1, 2008 12:25 PM CST
On World AIDS Day, a Call for Sounder Science
Stronger research would trump futile drug trials
- Researchers are hopeful they can develop an AIDS vaccine despite the recent, high-profile failures of two clinical trials, Health Day reports. But progress must be built on solid science and convincing preliminary results in animals. “There have been a lot of calls for a return to basic science,”...
UK Deporting HIV Patients
to 'Death Sentence'
Dec 1, 2008 4:58 AM CST
UK Deporting HIV Patients to 'Death Sentence'
Critics say British policy hypocritical
- An African policy group is accusing the UK of deporting immigrants who were being treated for HIV to almost certain death in places where they will be unable to acquire drugs needed to survive. Advocates call the move hypocritical since Britain is a vocal backer of an international declaration calling...
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