Next year begins tests of new vaccine for HIV

An experimental vaccine for HIV is set to be tried on humans in 2019. Scientists from the US have recently made significant steps with a new vaccine that attacks vulnerable parts of HIV by drawing out powerful antibodies.   In earlier trials on small animals, scientists found that some strains of HIV were neutralised after the vaccine […]

Cunnilingus HIV and all the aspects of oral sex with chances to get infection from the partner

Cunnilingus HIV and Oral Sex. All the answers

Oral sex and Cunnilingus HIV: What risks do you have and how to reduce them People often have questions about whether they can get infected during oral sex with HIV or other sexually transmitted infections (STIs). This article talks about the possible risks, testings and treatment, as well as methods of protection during oral sex. […]

HIV and AIDS

What is AIDS and how to treat it

AIDS is the ultimate stage of infection with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV 1 and HIV 2). The word AIDS is the abbreviation for Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome. The AIDS virus (HIV) enters the body sexually, bloodstream or is transmitted from mother to child. This virus will then invade certain cells of the body’s immune system: […]

Youth against HIV and Sex Education

One of the important questions that must be answered by government funding negotiators is whether the U.S. will invest in young people’s health and rights. From teen pregnancy and HIV prevention to sex education and more, People For the American Way wants to ensure that young people are a priority in this year’s funding and as […]

Found the place with potential curement of HIV and AIDS

Frome in Somerset has seen a dramatic fall in emergency hospital admissions since it began a collective project to combat isolation. There are lessons for the rest of the country ‘Frome has a buzz of sociability, a sense of common purpose and a creative, exciting atmosphere that make it feel quite different from many English […]

HIV people

What people with HIV says about the future

This is the most common myth that people with HIV don’t have the future. To break it for the first and the last time we will discuss today the future plans of HIV people. From our group of active members, we took 45 people with the different stage of illness and asked them to write […]

Partnerships Transform the HIV/AIDS Epidemic

The Power of Partnerships to Transform the HIV/AIDS Epidemic The AIDS Quilt’s Power to Bring People Together  On World AIDS Day 2011, President Barack Obama called attention to the vital role partnerships play in winning the fight against HIV/AIDS—partnerships between the government and the private sector have the power to change the course of the […]

Chef Ris Lacoste and ris Support The Quilt With A Prix Fixe Meal!

Support The Quilt/NAMES Project during Quilt In the Capital over an amazing “Honoring The Quilt” meal at acclaimed Washington restaurant RIS.  “Honoring The Quilt” Sunday, July 22 – Saturday, July 28 $50 prix fixe, local farm-to-table menu ($85 with wine pairing)   For more information and to make reservations, call 202.730.2500 or visit their website […]

Microsoft Research Connections and Partners Create Interactive AID/HIV Applications

Microsoft Research Connections partnered with the University of Southern California Annenberg Innovation Lab, Brown University, University of Iowa, National Endowment for the Humanities, NAMES Project Foundation, and others to create several interactive digital exhibits that allow the public to explore the largest work of community-created folk art in the world. Apps include: – A Digital Patchwork […]