PBS Newshour, December 15, 2016 at 11:00 AM EST A new small-scale human trial of the promising “shock and kill” treatment is starting this week in New York and two sister sites, in Germany and Denmark. Another small human study will start in January, followed by a larger human shock and kill trial in June. The HIV research community is increasingly optimistic about this approach to eradicating...
Science Alert, 9 March 2016
One of the most promising male birth control techniques so far has just passed another major hurdle, with trials in rabbits showing that one injection can deliver safe and effective contraception to males for at least 12 months.
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News Scientist 18:30 22 May 2014 by Bob Roehr
Health complications that often plague people living with HIV, and can prove fatal, might be reduced with the help of a drug already used to treat kidney disease.