Posts tagged ‘AIDS’

2-20-12: The Math Behind Slowing HIV

Understanding just how well HIV-slowing drugs work.

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11-29-11: A Strategy for Dealing with HIV

Today, Baltimore’s Commission on HIV and AIDS presents its 2011 strategy to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. We talk with virologist Bill Blattner, who heads the commission.

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11-28-11: Aging with HIV

The social and medical issues behind aging with HIV.

Continue Reading November 28, 2011 at 9:47 am 1 comment

6-27-11: National HIV Testing Day

Could new research on HIV treatment turn the tide of the AIDS epidemic?

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6-15-2011: The 30 Years Since AIDS

Dr. Robert Gallo, one of the first researchers working on HIV and AIDS, about the history of that research.

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2-25-11: AIDS in Baltimore Among MSM

Taking a look at the AIDS rate amongst men who have sex with men in Baltimore.

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7-27-10: Is Our Vaccine System Healthy?

Johns Hopkins historian Louis Galambos on the performance of vaccine production systems, pre- and post-H1N1.

Continue Reading July 26, 2010 at 7:15 pm Leave a comment

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