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HIV drug holds hope for Alzheimer’s after significantly reducing inflammation in mice

February 7, 2019
Research and Development HIV, dementia, inflamation

Lamivudine, a generic drug for HIV, significantly reduces age-related inflammation and other signs of aging in mice, according to a …


Health Secretary pledges to end transmission of HIV in England by 2030

January 31, 2019
Medical Communications, Research and Development 2030, AIDS, England, HIV, UN, health

Through better prevention, detection and treatment, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has pledged to end transmission of HIV in England by …

Global Fund seeks £11bn as progress slows in fight against malaria, TB and HIV

January 14, 2019
Sales and Marketing Africa, Global Fund, HIV, TB, infectious diseases, malaria, tuberculosis

The Global Fund is seeking £11 billion worth of investment in an attempt to save 16 million lives in the …


Trump administration block NIH researchers from using foetal tissue, disrupting research to cure HIV

December 10, 2018
Sales and Marketing HIV, Trump, US government, feotal tissue, mice, research

The Trump Administration has halted the acquisition of new human foetal tissue for use in experiments conducted by NIH researchers, …


MSD chalks up two HIV drug approvals in Europe

November 30, 2018
Medical Communications, Sales and Marketing Delstrigo, EU, Europe, HIV, MSD, Pifeltro, pharma

MSD has announced the European approval of two of its products for the treatment of HIV: the single-tablet combination Delstrigo …

UK is among the first to meet UN targets for HIV treatment and prevention, Public Health England says

November 29, 2018
Medical Communications HIV, UK, pharma

The UK is among the first countries in the world to meet the HIV treatment targets set out by the …

Immuno Biotech owner promoting unlicensed ‘cure’ for cancer, autism and HIV to be sentenced next week

November 23, 2018
Medical Communications Cancer, David Noakes, GcMAF, HIV, UKIP, autism

The owner of Guernsey-based biotech Immuno Biotech Ltd, David Noakes, will be sentenced this week after admitting to a number …


GSK announces results of three year trial into long-lasting HIV injection

October 30, 2018
Manufacturing and Production GSK, HIV, drugs, injection, medication

GlaxoSmithKline have announced the results of a three year investigation into a long acting, injectable, two-drug HIV regimen at the …

J&J announce promising Phase 1/2a results for HIV vaccine

October 23, 2018
Manufacturing and Production AIDS, HIV, J&J, JJ, Vaccine, infectious diseases

The world may be one step closer to discovering a preventative vaccine for HIV following American multinational Johnson & Johnson’s …


Researchers launch Phase 1 trial of HIV vaccine

October 18, 2018
Research and Development AIDS, HIV, Vaccine, infection, resdearch

Researchers working with the non-profit organisation the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) have announced the launch of a Phase I …


NHS England to fund availability of Janssen’s single tablet HIV combo Symtuza

October 1, 2018
Sales and Marketing HIV, Janssen, NHS, Symtuza, pharma

Great news for HIV patients in the UK as Janssen reveals that NHS England will provide critical funding for its …


Antibody therapy supresses HIV for months after treatment, study shows

October 1, 2018
Sales and Marketing HIV, immunology, immunotherapy, nature, research

Researchers from the New York City based Rockefeller University have developed a novel immunotherapy, which is capable of suppressing HIV …


HIV on the rise among straight men in Australia

September 24, 2018
Medical Communications, Sales and Marketing AIDS, Aboriginal, Australia, HIV, Kirby Institute

The number of new HIV diagnoses is on the rise among heterosexual men in Australia, according to a new report …


Ibalisumab effective in in treating multidrug resistant HIV

August 16, 2018
Research and Development AIDS, HIV, multidrug resistance, phase 3

The monoclonal antibody Ibalizumab has shown significant antiviral activity against multidrug resistant HIV infections, according to the results of a …

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