Living With AIDS--20 YEARS LATER
- JUST SAY NO. Martindale, Diane // New Scientist;9/15/2001, Vol. 171 Issue 2308, p28
Discusses an AIDS therapy called 'structured treatment interruptions,' an on-again, off-again treatment regimen that allows the immune system to build to the point where it can hold the virus in check. Improvement in the quality of life of the patient; More affordable cost of the therapy;...
- New AIDS Treatment Touted. // DaKine;Jun2008, Issue 114, p8
The article reports on the success of the Australian researchers in discovering AIDS treatment. It says that the new treatment will trains immune system cells to better recognize and deal with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Moreover, the treatment has been used successfully on monkey with...
- Aids Drug Available In United Kingdom. Helquist, Michael // Advocate;1/19/88, Issue 490, p9
Reports on the availability in Great Britain AL-721, a drug for treating AIDS. Physicians' basis for prescribing the drug; Status in the United States; Start of the U.S. National Institutes of Health's study of its effectiveness against persistent generalized lymphadenopathy.
- Making AIDS treatment affordable for all sufferers. Sanders, Bernie // Hill;12/1/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 165, p14
In this article, the author discusses the affordable treatment for AIDS/HIV.
- More Drug Reports. Helquist, Michael // Advocate;3/18/86, Issue 442, p25
Reports that researchers at the AIDS branch of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control continue to conduct tests of potentially therapeutic agents to be used against AIDS. Ability of rifabutin to block the in vitro infectivity and replication of the AIDS virus; Ability of rifabutin to penetrate...
- HALTING HIV. // Science Teacher;Sep2000, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p14
Reports that researchers have created a molecule, an HIV integrase inhibitor, that appears to survive in cells longer than existing treatments to combat the virus that leads to AIDS. Mechanism of action of the potential drug; Steps in the reproduction of HIV.
- AIDS HOPE. Groopman, Jerome // New Republic;4/3/95, Vol. 212 Issue 14, p18
Calls for additional U.S. federal research funding and spending for HIV and AIDS treatment. Significance of the advances in molecular technology to AIDS treatment research; Manner in which HIV destroys the immune system; Progress in AIDS treatment research as of 1995.
- Looking for alternatives. // Advocate;10/18/94, Issue 666, p16
Reports that the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has awarded four-year grants for research into alternative treatments for AIDS. Goal of strengthening the immune system and genetically attacking HIV.
- Evolution und Diversit�t von HIV-1. Metzner, K. J. // Praxis (16618157);1/5/2011, Vol. 100 Issue 1, p29
No abstract available.