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  1. Knowingly exposing others to HIV will no longer be a felony in California

    Teoti.com - Internet 10.07 / 20:08 teoti.com
    Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Friday that lowers from a felony to a misdemeanor the crime of knowingly exposing a sexual partner to HIV without disclosing the infection. The measure also applies to those who give blood without telling the blood bank that they are HIV-positive. Modern medicine…
  2. Hematologic Abnormalities Found in HIV-Infected Children

    Labmedica.com - Hematology 10.07 / 05:12 labmedica.com
    In both antiretroviral-treated and untreated individuals, different types of hematological abnormalities have been documented, the most important being pancytopenia.…
  3. New Antibody Attacks 99 Percent of HIV Strains

    Industrytap.com - Technology 10.07 / 04:06 industrytap.com
    In a big and exciting breakthrough, researchers have produced a new antibody that promises to fight back against more strains of HIV than any naturally occurring antibody. Pharmaceutical company Sanofi partnered with the National Institutes of Health to develop this antibody. The antibody has prevented infection in primates. Unlike naturally occurring antibodies that have been […] The post New Antibody Attacks 99 Percent of HIV Strains appeared first on Industry…
  4. Former Arsenal star, Emmanuel Eboue tests positive to HIV

    Effiezy.com - All Sports 10.07 / 03:38 effiezy.com
    Former Arsenal and Galatasary player, Emmanuel Eboue has been diagnosed with HIV. The player’s agent, Tekin Birinci, posted an update on Facebook: “Unfortunately is true that we are facing some medical problems about Eboue. He will go to England… so we will know how serious it is”. Emmanuel Eboue will fly to England to have [……
  5. HIV Positive Man Allegedly Tried to Infect Grindr Dates with Sabotaged Condoms

    Breitbart.com - Europe 10.07 / 00:44 breitbart.com
    An HIV positive man has been accused of attempting to infect Grindr dates with sabotaged condoms, according to a…
  6. Gay HIV rates down dramatically in England

    Washingtonblade.com - Health 10.06 / 21:36 washingtonblade.com
    Findings dubbed ‘most exciting development in 20 y…
  7. Man Who Allegedly Tried To Infect Partners With HIV Sent Taunting Text Messages, Court Told

    Instinctmagazine.com - Lifestyle 10.06 / 15:24 instinctmagazine.com
    Last month, we told you about gay Edinburgh hairdresser Daryll Rowe, who was accused of deliberately infecting his lovers with HIV. According to reports, the 26-year-old used Grindr to meet sex partners, whom he'd allegedly try to infect with HIV by tampering with condoms used during sex.  Now in court, it's been alleged that Rowe sent taunting text messages to his partners, after he had slept with them. From The Guardian: He later sent mocking text messages telling his partners he was HIV …
  8. HIV Awareness Conference for healthcare professionals at Forrest General

    Whlt.com - Mississippi (MS) 10.06 / 12:11 whlt.com
    Forrest General Hospital along with Postgraduate Institute for Medicine and ViralEd, Inc hosted an HIV conference for medical p…
  9. Five-Year Sentence for Not Disclosing HIV Status Upheld

    Gaycitynews.nyc - Crime 10.06 / 11:11 gaycitynews.nyc
    BY ARTHUR S. LEONARD | An Ohio state appeals court has affirmed a felonious assault conviction and five-year prison sentence for Jeffrey A. Boatright, a gay Akron man convicted by a jury of violating a law criminalizing an HIV-positive individual’s failure to disclose their serostatus prior to engaging in sex. In a July 12 ruling, Ohio’s […] The post Five-Year Sentence for Not Disclosing HIV Status Upheld appeared first on Gay City News…
  10. Asthma might be over diagnosed in children born with HIV

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 10.06 / 10:51 medicalxpress.com
    A team of researchers has reassessed the clinical diagnosis of asthma in children born with HIV and found that asthma seems to be overdiagnosed in these patients. Instead, the diagnosis appears to be a new early chronic obstructive lung disease that might increase the risk for lung complications later in life. The study appears in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical…
  11. Growing old with HIV and how to cope with aging

    Gaystarnews.com - Lifestyle 10.06 / 10:00 gaystarnews.com
    Paul Thorn explains how to deal with those grey hairs you never thought you would…
  12. Gay man deliberately infects lovers with HIV, then sends text saying ‘lol whoops!’

    Gaystarnews.com - Lifestyle 10.06 / 10:00 gaystarnews.com
    Court heard Daryll Rowe allegedly told his victim: ‘I ripped the condom. You’re so stupid, you didn’t even know.…
  13. GW researcher receives more than $2.3 million to study cocaine's influence on HIV

    Eurekalert.org - Medecine 10.06 / 09:34 eurekalert.org
    (George Washington University) Following studies showing that cocaine influences the transcription and replication of HIV, Mudit Tyagi, PhD, at GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, will lead a team researching the underlying mechanisms of that…
  14. Man Intentionally Poked Holes In Condoms To Infect Grindr Hookups With HIV

    Newnownext.com - Lifestyle 10.06 / 08:04 newnownext.com
    "Maybe you have the fever," he reportedly texted a victim. "I came inside you and I have HIV. LOL.…
  15. Gilead's single-pill combo BIC/FTC/TAF matches multi-tablet bPI regimen in late-stage HIV study

    Seeking Alpha - Markets 10.04 / 16:20 seekingalpha.com
    A Phase 3 clinical trial, Study 1878, evaluating Gilead Sciences' (GILD -1.2%) single-tablet, fixed-dose combination of bictegravir (50 mg) and emtricitabine/tenofovir alafenamide (200 mg/25 mg) (BIC/FTC/TAF) for the treatment of adults with HIV-1 infection who switched from a multi-tablet regimen containing a boosted protease inhibitor (bPI) to BIC/FTC/TAF demonstrated non-inferiority after 48 weeks. The data will be presented at IDWeek in San Diego later this week. No …
  16. Zimbabwe: Over 70% of Legislators HIV Positive - Mushonga

    Allafrica.com -Health 10.04 / 09:37 allafrica.com
    [The Herald] Over 70 percent of parliamentarians are HIV-positive and are on anti-retroviral therapy, Matabeleland South Proportional Representative Mrs Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga (MDC) has alleged. Mrs Misihairabwi-Mushonga castigated the legislators for being selfish by supporting the enactment of the Aids Levy for them to get State-assisted life-prolonging drugs yet they were neglecting vulnerable children who were sexually abused through unprotected…
  17. Africa: HIV-Related Stigma, Discrimination Prevent People From Accessing Health Services - UN

    Allafrica.com -Health 10.04 / 09:37 allafrica.com
    [UN News] People living with HIV who experience high levels of stigma are more than twice as likely to delay enrolment into care than people who do not perceive such stigma, a United Nations report released today…