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This proposal will give the first major budget increase for PEPFAR in ten years and shows that the HIV response still enjoys strong bipartisan support, said Michael Weinstein, AHF President.
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Kaiser Family Foundation. Analysis Finds that Medications for Hepatitis C and HIV/AIDS Are the Costliest Group of Outpatient Prescription Drugs for Medicaid, While Diabetes Drugs Have Posted the... A news digest of Hepatitis C information with patient friendly commentary about current HCV treatment options using information extracted from peer-reviewed journals, liver meetings/conferences, and interactive learning activities.
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Think Progress 02/15/2019 15:55
Considering the medical expertise the plaintiffs brought forward, she noted that even if there is a sustained disruption to an HIV-positive service member receiving their medication, “an individual’s risk of transmitting HIV during military service remains vanishingly low.
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Antiviral medications, including those that treat hepatitis C and HIV/AIDS, cost the Medicaid program more money (before rebates) than any other group of outpatient prescription drugs for each year from 2014 to 2017, according to a new KFF analysis.
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Trial launched to study HIV-to-HIV liver transplant outcomes.
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Kaiser Family Foundation 02/15/2019 12:47
Antiviral medications, including those that treat hepatitis C and HIV/AIDS, cost the Medicaid program more money (before rebates) than any other group of outpatient prescription drugs for each year from 2014 to 2017, according to a new KFF analysis.
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Infection Control Today 02/15/2019 10:25
Researchers will also track participants’ psychological and social responses, changes in their reservoirs of latent HIV, and the potential development of HIV superinfection, a condition of infection with more than one strain of HIV.
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AllAfrica News 02/15/2019 07:56
The tool known as Aptima® HIV-1 Quant Dx assay will provide new approaches to make it quicker and easier for laboratories to diagnose and monitor HIV infections in the country.
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The Hill 02/15/2019 06:46
Welcome to The Hill's Morning Report, and TGIF! Our newsletter gets you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Co-creators are Jonath...
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Lancet 02/15/2019 04:43
The unexpected announcement in the State of the Union address could set the start of a realistic agenda to end HIV/AIDS in the USA, provided funds are secured.
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MaltaToday (Malta) 02/15/2019 03:38
Yesterday, Vassallo - a former parliamentary secretary - shared an “warning” about banana injected with “blood containing HIV and AIDS” from his personal profile.
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PubMed News (NIH) 02/14/2019 23:00
Contributor : Michael Betts Series Type : Expression profiling by high throughput sequencing ; Genome binding/occupancy profiling by high throughput sequencing Organism : Homo sapiens. We investigate the role of resident memory T cells in protective immunity in HIV infection Funding sources: Michael R. Betts: NIH/NIAID R01 AI076066 and R01 AI118694 Marcus Buggert: Swedish Research Council (Dnr 537-2014-6829), Karolinska Institutet, Magnus Bergvall and Lars Hiertas Stiftelse.
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Lifeboat News: The Blog 02/14/2019 19:02
Gene-edited white blood cells could let us hack our immune systems to prevent infections with pathogens like HIV, flu, and the virus that causes glandular fever.
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Channel NewsAsia (Singapore) 02/14/2019 07:01
SINGAPORE: Facebook accounts belonging to Mikhy Farrera Brochez, the man said to be behind the leaking of the personal data of more than 14,000 HIV-positive people, have been taken down. In response to queries from Channel NewsAsia, Facebook said it has "Community Standards" which outline what ...
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