HIV prevention: The Emerging Prevention Regimen from Post-exposure to Pre-exposure Prophylaxis

Like vaccinations for life-threatening diseases such as Hepatitis B and Tetanus, the HIV virus could be tackled more efficiently with the presence of a vaccination for this disease. Researchers have been successful in developing a pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV which is now a leading development towards finally creating a vaccine. Pre-exposure prophylaxis is a… Continue reading

In The News – HIV

Cancer drug that can potentially help with HIV cure One of the more successful HIV treatment therapies being widely used is the HAART (Highly active antiretroviral therapy). This therapy works by suppressing the HIV viruses with drugs until they become almost undetectable, giving patients a chance to live virtually symptom-free for as long as they… Continue reading

Efforts to Curb the Scourge of HIV

Recent advancements in technology and medical practices are helping curb the HIV pandemic that has haunted the globe for decades. HIV can never be completely eliminated from the body and this deadly virus infects 2 million people annually. Therefore, efforts are being made worldwide to: help those affected by the virus; help prevent the virus… Continue reading