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POTENTIAL HIV CURE PHASE I TRIAL GETS FDA GREEN LIGHT

American Gene Technologies has received the agency’s approval to launch the first human trial for its lead HIV program, starting in Baltimore and DC. Read More

California COVID-19 rates still trending low New coronavirus infections and fatalities have been spiking worldwide and across the United States, but COVID-19 activity has stayed comparatively low in California, where most key figures are either slowly declining or plateauing. Read More

LONG-ACTING, INJECTABLE DRUG COULD STRENGTHEN EFFORTS TO PREVENT, TREAT HIV




Scientists have developed an injectable drug that blocks HIV from entering cells. They say the new drug potentially offers long-lasting protection from the infection with fewer side effects. The drug, which was tested in non-human primates, could eventually replace or supplement components of combination drug "cocktail" therapies currently used to prevent or treat the virus. Read More

LOCKDOWN LED TO LESS SEX, LOWER USE OF

HIV-PREVENTING DRUGS: SURVEY

About one-third of people prescribed drugs to prevent HIV stopped taking the medications when they were forced to stay home due to the coronavirus pandemic, a new survey finds. The reason, they said: They weren't having sex. Many discontinued the drugs without their doctor's say-so, which has experts concerned. Read More

COVID-19 SUSPECTED TO HAVE POTENTIAL LONGTERM AIRBORNE TRANSMISSION

The principal mode by which people are infected with COVID-19 is exposure to respiratory droplets produced during exhalation (e.g., breathing, speaking, singing, coughing, sneezing). Larger droplets fall out of the air within minutes. Smaller droplets formed when small droplets dry quickly in the airstream can remain suspended for hours and travel far from the source on air currents. Read More