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Posted: 10 Jul 2012
 

In this week’s news: FDA approval of the do-it-yourself HIV test captured the news over the past seven days with a wide variety of opinions on both sides. While most people agree it is good news, a number of issues have been raised and the actual usefulness of the test in real world remains to be proven. Below...

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Posted: 3 Jul 2012
 

In this week’s news: a NFID conference report, an adjuvant for the next-generation HIV vaccine candidate, zinc fingers used to destroy CCR5, cell-to-cell transmission during HAART challenged with new data, arguments on Green open access

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Posted: 26 Jun 2012
 

In this week’s news: Envelope-only vaccine protects in monkeys, capsid is a potential new therapeutic target, combination drugs work better in preventing MTCT, open access advocates are not happy with the UK report recommending more open access

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Posted: 19 Jun 2012
 

This week’s news: More discussion of whether the Berlin patient is cured, breast milk blocks HIV, interview with Dr. Peter Piot, NIH panel recommends reducing the number of trainees, UK government report cheers open access, and a promising gene therapy approach to an HIV cure

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Posted: 12 Jun 2012
 

In this week’s news: Controversy around Berlin patient’s HIV-positive tests, pre-existing drug resistance, a particular T cell receptor is responsible for elite control, superinfection is indeed frequent, interviews with Françoise Barré-Sinoussi and David Heckerman

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