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Spilling the beans

Failure to publish the results of all clinical trials is skewing medical science “I’M THE one who looks the patient in the eye and tells them the trial is beneficial,” says Tim Crater, a research physician at the Hutchinson Clinic in Kansas. Dr Crater runs drug tests for large pharmaceutical firms. He says volunteers are interested in more than just the promise of...


Source Source: The Economist

White House releases updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy

On July 30 the White House released an updated version of its National HIV/AIDS Strategy, outlining the administration's plans through the year 2020. In keeping with recent research, the revised strategy includes an increased emphasis on early antiretroviral treatment and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), as well as focusing on underserved and heavily affected population groups including...


Waking up HIV: Two compounds show great potential to rouse latent virus

Highly active anti-retroviral therapy (HAART) has helped millions survive the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Unfortunately, HIV has a built-in survival mechanism, creating reservoirs of latent, inactive virus that are invisible to both HAART and the immune system. But now, researchers at UC Davis have identified a compound that activates latent HIV, offering the tantalizing...


Source Source: UC Davis

HVTN 505 vaccine induced antibodies nonspecific for HIV

NIH-supported study explores why candidate HIV vaccine was not protective ​WHAT: A study by researchers at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and Duke University helps explain why the candidate vaccine used in the HVTN 505 clinical trial was not protective against HIV infection despite robustly inducing anti-HIV antibodies: the vaccine...


Four reasons IAS 2015 will be a milestone HIV conference: a personal view

The IAS 2015 held in Vancouver from 20-23 July was an exciting meeting. It should be seen as a milestone conference that will change the way adult HIV is treated globally. Results from antiretroviral treatment (ART), prevention and programmatic studies naturally dovetailed to provide a new evidence base for rethinking historical approaches to HIV management in order to...


Source Source: HIV i-Base