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Posted: 1 May 2012
 

In this week’s news:  HIV is a poverty-related disease in the US, a new HIV entry inhibitor is found, breastfeeding and ART lowers infant mortality in Malawi, late breakers from the prevention conference in Vancouver, and a small cell phone device helps HIV diagnostics and puts new infections on the map

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Posted: 24 Apr 2012
 

In this week’s news: Still pondering Step trial results, MHRP begins a small prime-boost safety trial, increased HIV risk from hormonal contraceptives is uncertain, and two PrEP trials with Truvada are set to begin in California

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Posted: 17 Apr 2012
 

In this week’s news: Stem cells fight HIV in humanized mice, call to end ban on blood donations by homosexual men, follow-up trial to RV144 begins, clarifying the superinfection study result, and cost-effective use of PrEP


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Posted: 10 Apr 2012
 

In this week’s news: new NIH money for young scientists, the future of Gilead's innovation, WHO releases updated PMTCT guidelines, correlates of protection in RV144 vaccine trial, and David Baltimore talks about new approaches to fighting HIV

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Posted: 3 Apr 2012
 

In this week’s news: Nature Precedings stops accepting papers, early treatment delays disease progression, an encounter with multiple HIV strains improves Ab responses, controversial results on HDAC inhibitors, microneedle patch boosts cytokines

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