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09/02/2016
EMA: Measures to help protect patients from falsified medicines

New regulation introduces ‘safety features’ on the packaging of medicines for human use The European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the European Commission (EC) have prepared an implementation plan for centrally authorised medicines to guide applicants and marketing-authorisation holders in meeting the requirements of a new regulation of the Falsified Medicines...

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09/02/2016
Antiretroviral therapy reduces HIV in the female reproductive tract

For the first time, investigators in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine have determined how antiretroviral therapy (ART) affects the way HIV disseminates and establishes infection in the female reproductive tract. These observations have significant implications for future HIV prevention, vaccine and cure studies. A recent HIV...

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Source Source: ScienceDaily





09/02/2016
Johns Hopkins is first and only center in the United States approved for HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplants

Johns Hopkins recently received approval from the United Network for Organ Sharing to be the first hospital in the U.S. to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplants. The institution will be the first in the nation to do an HIV-positive to HIV-positive kidney transplant and the first in the world to execute an HIV-positive to HIV-positive liver transplant....

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Source Source: Johns Hopkins





09/02/2016
Cutting prison sentences could reduce spread of HIV, study suggests

Reducing incarceration can reduce the number of sexual partners men and women have Oxford, February 9, 2016 - Reducing the number of men who go to prison could help curb the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in a community, according to research published in Social Science & Medicine . A new computer model developed by researchers at the University...

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Source Source: EurekAlert!





09/02/2016
Neurosyphilis present in 90% of HIV-positive patients with early syphilis in Warsaw

The overwhelming majority of early syphilis cases in patients with HIV in Warsaw had neurological involvement, Polish investigators report in HIV Medicine . There was a significant relationship between HIV viral load and the risk of neurosyphilis. Lumbar puncture was used to diagnose neurosyphils, but because this procedure is unpopular with patients and involves risks, the...

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Source Source: Aidsmap