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|Men with HIV Have Lower Risk for Prostate Cancer|
<p><img class="alignleft" src="http://0.tqn.com/h/aids/1/9/a/E/Prostateexam.jpg" alt="null" />A study published earlier this month concluded that the people with HIV have as high as a two-fold increased risk of <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/b/2014/05/26/people-with-hi...k-for-melanoma.htm">developing melanoma</a> (a serious type of skin cancer) when compared to the general population, adding to the already heady list of <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/hivtestingprevention/a/Does-Hiv-Increase-The-Risk-For-Cancer.htm">non-AIDS-defining cancers</a> known to disproportionately affect this population.</p> <p>This shouldn't suggest, however, that all cancers are of marked concern to people living with HIV. In fact, researchers from Kaiser Permanente in California have reported this week that HIV-infected men have a 27% <em>lesser</em> risk of developing <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://prostatecancer.about.com/od/whatisprostatecancer/a/whatis.htm">prostate cancer</a> than their non-infected counterparts -- this after taking into account such potential confounders as age, race, diabetes, <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/otherconditions/a/Hiv-And-Smoking-A-Deadly-Intersection.htm">smoking</a>, alcohol and substance use.</p> <p>The data was collected from 17,424 HIV-positive and 182,799 HIV-negative men who had entered into care from 1996 to 2006.</p> <p> <a href =http://aids.about.com/b/a/259415.htm><!--#echo var="lbrm" -->...</a>
|People With HIV at Increased Risk for Melanoma|
<p><img class="alignright" src="http://0.tqn.com/h/aids/1/9/_/E/Melanoma.jpg" alt="null" />It has been well documented that people with long-term HIV infection run a greater risk of developing a number of <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/hivtestingprevention/a/Does-Hiv-Increase-The-Risk-For-Cancer.htm">non-AIDS-defining cancers,</a> among them <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/otherconditions/a/analca.htm">anal cancer</a>, Hodgkin's disease, and liver cancers. Over the course of recent years, researchers have been investigating the causes and incidences of these occurrences -- finding that, in some cancers, the risk is significantly higher, while others have either lower or no statistical difference risk at all.</p> <p>Investigators in the U.K. and Australia have now added <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://dermatology.about.com/cs/melanoma/a/melanoma.htm">melanoma (a serious type of skin cancer)</a> to the list of high-risk cancers seen in people with HIV. The systematic review and meta-analysis, the results of which were <a href="http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0095096">published in this month's <em>PLOS|One</em> journal</a>, has determined that HIV-infected individuals overall have a 26% increased risk for developing this potentially life-threatening cancer, with the risk increasing to over 50% in white-skinned individuals.</p> <p>A total of 21 studies were included in the review, which were conducted between 1999 and 2013 and had a median follow-up time of between two to 10 years.<br /> <a href =http://aids.about.com/b/a/259411.htm><!--#echo var="lbrm" -->...</a>
|Sneak Preview: About.com's "New Look" Health Channel|
<p><img class="alignleft" src="http://0.tqn.com/h/aids/1/9/Y/E/About-com_logo.jpg" alt="null" />Since its acquisition of <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://www.about.com/">About.com</a> in September 2012, IAC (the owners of Ask.com and <em>The Daily Beast</em>) have worked behind to scenes to re-envision the brand from the bottom up -- from its navigation and design to the content quality and layout. Their tireless efforts are soon to be seen in the relaunch of the company's "new look" Health Channel.</p> <p>With its calming blue and white palette, sleek layout, and improved image content, the new Health Channel represents an enormous step forward in the evolution of the New York City-based internet giant, which today boasts over 90 million users per month and is currently ranked as the 84th most popular website in the world, according to Alexa.com.</p> <p>For a sneak peak at a new layout, visit About.com's <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://neurology.about.com/">Neurology Channel</a>. In the meantime, we'll keep you posted as to the debut of the "new look" <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/">HIV/AIDS Channel</a>, coming soon.</p>
|U.S. Health Authority Endorses Daily Truvada to Prevent HIV|
<p>Advocates and public health official welcomed a long-awaited recommendation by the <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/hivaidsletterc/fl/Centers-for-Disease-Control-and-Prevention-CDC-HIVAIDS.htm">U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),</a> calling for the use of <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/hivmedicationfactsheets/p/truvada.htm">Truvada (tenofovir + emtricitabine)</a> to reduce the risk of HIV transmission in populations considered at high risk of infection.</p> <p>The guidelines recommend that doctors consider the use of the once-daily pill as <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/hivpreventionquestions/a/The-Facts-About-Hiv-Pre-exposure-Prophylaxis-prep.htm">pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP)</a>, a preventive strategy which is known to reduce HIV transmission risk by upwards of 75%. The groups targeted in the recommendation include <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/hivaidsletterm/g/Men-Who-Have-Sex-With-Men-MSM.htm">men who have sex with men (MSM)</a> who <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/womenandhiv/a/Why-People-Dont-Use-Condoms-and-That-Includes-Women.htm">do not use condoms</a>; HIV-negative individuals who regularly have sex with an HIV-positive person; injecting drug users (IDUs); or heterosexuals who have sex with high-risk partners.</p> <p>The recommendations come at a time when many policy makers have become frustrated with the stagnating infection rate in the U.S., as well as the 20% rise infection rates among MSM from 2005 to 2011.<br /> <a href =http://aids.about.com/b/a/259399.htm><!--#echo var="lbrm" -->...</a>
|Donald Sterling's Attack of Magic Johnson Highlights Persisting AIDS Stigma|
<p><img class="alignright" src="http://0.tqn.com/h/aids/1/9/h/D/DonaldSterling.jpg" alt="null" />On the one hand, it seems pointless to toss one's hat into the ring and join the online tirade against L.A. Clipper's owner Donald Sterling. Watching his CNN interview with Anderson Cooper on Monday was simply a sad, sad spectacle, one which could easily dismissed as a misbegotten shot at redemption by an out-of-touch, armchair racist. It was a textbook debacle of almost Shakespearean scale, with every declaration by Sterling that "I am not a racist" sparking the immediate thought, "methinks ye protest too much."</p> <p>That the interview took an unexpected (and protracted) turn to include Magic Johnson's HIV status was another issue altogether. Repeatedly, and almost painfully, Sterling suggested that HIV was a mark of Johnson's shame and personal irresponsibility, asking at one point, "Big Magic Johnson, what has he done? He's got AIDS. Did he do any business? Did he help anybody in South L.A.?"</p> <p>Sterling further humiliated himself by declaring, "(Magic) has sex with every girl, then he catches HIV and is that someone we want to respect and tell our kids about? I think he should be ashamed of himself."<br /> <a href =http://aids.about.com/b/a/259393.htm><!--#echo var="lbrm" -->...</a>
|Extended First Look: HBO's AIDS Drama 'The Normal Heart'|
<p><img class="alignleft" src="http://0.tqn.com/h/aids/1/3/f/D/Normal-Heart.jpg" alt="null" />In advance of the May 25th premiere of the much-anticipated AIDS drama, <em>The Normal Heart</em>, HBO released an extended behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film. Based on the Tony Award-winning play by <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/dataandstatistics/fl/Larry-Kramer-From-Art-to-ACT-UP-and-Back.htm">Larry Kramer</a>, the film presents a dramatic account of the AIDS crisis in the early 1980s from the perspective of Kramer's playwright avatar, Ned Weeks.</p> <p>Starring Mark Ruffalo, Julia Roberts, Matt Bomer, Jim Parsons and Taylor Kitsch, <em>The Normal Heart </em>is arguably a more accurate and complex depiction of the epidemic than was seen in last year's showier <em><a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/b/2014/01/21/hollywood-does-hiv-from-dallas-buyers-to-the-normal-heart.htm">Dallas Buyer's Club</a>, </em>tracking the emergence of the disease in the gay community to the creation of a confrontational activist movement that would eventually become <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://www.actupny.org">ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power)</a>.</p> <p><em>The Normal Heart </em>premieres on HBO on Sunday, May 25th at 9:00 pm. Watch <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nD83NZ-7N60">Part One</a> and <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SM4MjjXYDdk">Part Two</a> of the preview teaser here.</p> <p><em><sub>Image courtesy of Home Box Office (HBO).<br /> </sub></em></p>
|Rwanda Proves That Universal HIV Treatment Coverage Is Attainable|
<p><img class="alignright" src="http://0.tqn.com/h/aids/1/9/G/D/Rwanda.jpg" alt="null" />If there were ever any doubts that a country could achieve universal treatment coverage for its HIV-infected population, one need look no further than to the small equatorial country of <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://goafrica.about.com/library/bl.mapfacts.rwanda.htm">Rwanda</a>.</p> <p>Known by many for the <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://history1900s.about.com/od/rwandangenocide/a/Rwanda-Genocide.htm">1994 genocide</a> that killed as many as one million of its citizens, Rwanda is reported to be the first country in the world to achieve such coverage. Today, 93% of those qualified for treatment under the World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines of 2009 are receiving it. In total, 2.9% of the Rwandan population (or roughly 210,00 people) is HIV-positive, of which more than 50% qualify for therapy.<br /> <a href =http://aids.about.com/b/a/259366.htm><!--#echo var="lbrm" -->...</a>
|Weighing In On Whether Getting HIV Is "Better" Than Diabetes|
<p><img class="alignright" src="http://0.tqn.com/h/aids/1/9/3/D/diabetes2_l.jpg" alt="null" />A debate has been raging on social media since the <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://health.yahoo.net/articles/diabetes/uk-doctor-says-hed-rather-have-hiv-diabetes">release of an op-ed last week</a> in which Dr. Max Pemberton, a noted U.K.-based physician and author, stated that he'd "rather have HIV than diabetes."</p> <p>While some might argue that the ensuing controversy has been something of a tempest in a teacup, several of our leading HIV/AIDS researchers have thrown themselves head-first into the fray.</p> <p>On the one side, Dr. Kenneth Mayer of Harvard University believed that Pemberton's statement did a disservice to both diseases, particularly since HIV is transmittable disease with its own set of issues, while diabetes is not. Furthermore, Mayer argued that Pemberton, a mental health specialist, based his assertions on U.K. prevalence rates, where HIV affects around 77,000 people versus 1.1 million in the U.S.</p> <p>On the other side, Dr. Joel Gallant of the HIV Medical Association believed that Pemberton didn't necessarily mean to diminish HIV as a "non-issue," but rather highlight the effectiveness of modern HIV therapy when compared to drugs used to treat diabetes.</p> <p>Both sides are right.</p> <p> <a href =http://aids.about.com/b/a/259355.htm><!--#echo var="lbrm" -->...</a>
|Study: 100% Cure Rate for Hepatitis C in People with HIV|
<p><img class="alignleft" src="http://0.tqn.com/h/aids/1/9/3/C/solvadi.png" alt="null" />As further evidence that <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/hivaidsletters/fl/Sovaldi-sofosbuvir-Drug-Information.htm">Sovaldi (sofusbuvir)</a> is a real game changer in treating hepatitis C (HCV) infection, early research from the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) has demonstrated that the combination of Sovaldi and the experimental HCV drug ledipasvir has resulted in a 100% cure rate in <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/hepatitisbasics/fl/Treatment-of-Hepatitis-C-in-People-with-HIV.htm">patients co-infected with HIV and HCV genotype 1</a>.</p> <p>Traditionally, people coinfected with HIV have not responded as well to interferon-based HCV therapies, so it has been considered vital to develop interferon-free therapies for this and other hard-to-treat groups.</p> <p>The NIAID study was comprised of 50 HIV-positive individual, most of whom were in infected with HCV genotype 1a (considered one of the more difficult HCV types to treat). Participants were either on <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/treatmentquestions/fl/What-Are-Antiretrovirals-and-How-Do-They-Work.htm">antiretroviral therapy (ART)</a> or untreated with stable <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/aidsfactsheets/fl/What-Does-My-CD4-Count-and-Viral-Load-Mean.htm">CD4 counts and low HIV viral loads</a>. While 25% had advanced liver fibrosis, none had cirrhosis.</p> <p>All participants were treated with Sovaldi/ledipasvir for a period of 12 weeks. By week four, 100% of both the treated and untreated group reached an undetectable HCV load, with continuing undetectable levels four weeks after termination of therapy (the definition of an HCV "cure").<br /> <a href =http://aids.about.com/b/a/259340.htm><!--#echo var="lbrm" -->...</a>
|Soaring HIV Prevalence Paints a Dire Picture for South Africa|
<p><img class="alignright" src="http://0.tqn.com/h/aids/1/9/s/C/SA_flag_disheveled.jpg" alt="null" />There has inarguably been no bigger turnaround in HIV public health policy than in South Africa, which emerged from the <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/dataandstatistics/a/Aids-Denialists-part-Two.htm">rampant AIDS denialism of former-President Thabo Mbeki</a> to become what is today the world's largest and most ambitious public <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/treatmentquestions/fl/What-Are-Antiretrovirals-and-How-Do-They-Work.htm">antiretroviral (ARV)</a> initiative.</p> <p>So profound has this turnaround been that the perception among some is that the South African HIV epidemic is largely under control or that we, as an international community, are somehow approaching the proverbial "end of the tunnel." And why shouldn't anyone believe this, given that many -- including Luis Loures of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) -- are now predicting that the <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/b/2013/09/24/doubts-as-un-official-predicts-end-of-aids-epidemic-by-2030.htm">end of the epidemic in nigh</a>?</p> <p>To be fair, many of the statistics support the argument. Since the start of the ARV roll-out in 2003, South Africa has made some incredible inroads, with the latest CDC data indicating an overall <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/b/2013/07/16/why-does-u-s-hiv-infection-rate-stagnate-as-african-rates-plummet.htm">25% drop in new infections</a> and a <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/b/2013/06/26/child-hiv-infections-cut-by-half-in-seven-african-countries.htm">50% reduction in child HIV infections</a> (the latter of which is largely due to highly effective <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/womenandhiv/a/Family-Planning-Pregnancy-And-Hiv.htm">mother-to-child interventions</a>).</p> <p>But that paints only a part of the picture. The fact is that, here in South Africa, the country remains at a critical crossroads, with not only the largest HIV population in the world (6.4 million), but massive obstacles yet to overcome.</p> <p>Chief among these are the rising HIV <a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://aids.about.com/od/hivaidsletteri/g/Prevalence-incidence-Glossary-Definition.htm">prevalence</a> rate which, according to the country's Human Science Research Council (HSRC), has increased from 10.6% in 2008 to 12.2% in 2012. While this figure is, in part, due to the increased longevity of those living with HIV, underlying it is the astonishing number of new infections each year. In 2012 alone, the HSRC reported 470,000 new diagnoses -- or nearly 1,100 new infections every day. That's 100,000 more than was seen just one year earlier in 2011.<br /> <a href =http://aids.about.com/b/a/259317.htm><!--#echo var="lbrm" -->...</a>
|Healthcare affordability: The US-led TPP comes with strings attached for Vietnam|
This picture taken on April 17, 2014 shows families with their children suffering from measles at a state-run hospital in Hanoi.
|Letter to ministries gets patient medical help|
In the last seven months, the patient developed high creatine levels up to 12.66 mg per deciliter as opposed to normal level between 0.5 to 1.1 mg per deciliter.
|AIDS Service Group Changes Name|
While they will still be providing services for people who are HIV-positive, they wanted to make sure that they are able to provide primary care as well.
|Moveable Feast Provides Baltimore Patients With 'Food As Medicine' For 25 Years|
BALTIMORE -When AIDS first spread, its victims were treated as outcasts. The sick found it hard to care for themselves and few people who were willing to help.
"Free Condoms" says the sign on a basket at the front counter of the Prince George Council of Seniors Resource Centre at 721 Victoria Street.
|New shock-and-kill approach could eradicate barrier to curing HIV|
Despite tremendous progress in combatting HIV-1 infection with antiretroviral therapy, there is still no cure for the disease because these drugs do not kill a hidden reservoir of infected cells in the body.
|After The Heartbreak Of Her Gay Son's Suicide, A Mom Endures A Shocking Insult From The FDA|
Sadly, the life of Alexander "AJ" Betts Jr. was too short and often painful. Born with a cleft lip and cleft palate, AJ endured several surgeries as a child to correct the problem, which include facial reconstruction.
|Free Summer Camp Is Safe-Haven For Kids Impacted By HIV|
"My mother is HIV positive, I never told anyone, and no one knows besides me and my little brothers," says one 17-year-old camper.
|Improving Data Systems to Accelerate the HIV/AIDS Response|
A new report argues that decisions made with incomplete data are undermining the response to HIV/AIDS, according to a statement by amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, and AVAC, which advocates globally for HIV prevention.
|Chinese Airlines Receives Lawsuit for Rejecting HIV-Positive Passengers|
The three were to travel from Shenyang in the northeast to Shijiazhuang, south of Beijing.
|South Africa: Red Cross Dispel Sex Workers Myths in HIV Education|
When MG first arrived in the dusty transit town of Musina, northern South Africa - fleeing from the fighting Zimbabwe in 2008 - as an undocumented worker, she started off doing odd jobs.
|CMS considers covering HIV screening for all Medicare beneficiaries|
The CMS has accepted a request from HIV/AIDS advocates to consider paying for HIV screening of all Medicare beneficiaries without regard to perceived risk behavior rather than only for pregnant women and those at high risk for the virus.
|Freddie for a Day campaign to raise funds for AIDS Trust of Australia|
Hard Rock Cafes all over the globe will be joining together on September 5 to help raise funds and awareness of the fight against AIDS.
|iCo reports study results of Oral Amp B drug candidate targeting latent HIV reservoirs|
The study, conducted by ImmuneCarta, the immune monitoring business unit of Caprion, evaluated in vitro effectiveness of Oral Amp B in reactivating latent HIV viral reservoirs which remain present in individuals despite intensive treatment with antiretroviral therapy.
|Sacramento Red Dress Party|
The color red, found on the red ribbon, serves as a global symbol of HIV/AIDS awareness.
|HIV Breakthrough: Tampon With An Anti-HIV Drug For Women|
Researchers from the University of Washington came up with a new product, which is similar to that of a tampon and contains an anti-HIV drugs to help protect against HIV.
|People With HIV Have High Risk of Invasive Pneumococcal Disease|
Rates of invasive pneumococcal disease are markedly higher among people living with HIV when compared with HIV-negative people, aidsmap reports.
|HIV/AIDS forum for Dumaguete clergy, religious set Tuesday|
Members of the clergy and religious organizations of the Diocese of Dumaguete will be attending a forum on Tuesday to increase awareness on the human immune system disease known as the human immunodeficiency virus infection/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome .
|Trial delay ordered in phony AIDS research case|
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|Do you know an older person newly diagnosed with HIV?|
Nancy Asha Molock did the right thing. When Molock - a striking, bright-smiled 63-year-old retired Philadelphia schoolteacher - started dating again in 2000 after divorce ended a 17-year marriage that produced two kids, she'd heard the reports that sexually active midlife folks were susceptible to HIV and should wear condoms with partners of ... (more)
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