Posts tagged ‘HIV’

3-9-12: Re-evaluating HIV Rates

The rate of HIV infection in African-American women in Baltimore is much higher than we thought.

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2-20-12: The Math Behind Slowing HIV

Understanding just how well HIV-slowing drugs work.

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12-30-11: IHV and AIDS

A vaccine against HIV-AIDS may sound like a medical dream…but researchers in Baltimore say they have one in sight. We talk to Dr. Robert Gallo, founder of the Institute of Human Virology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

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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?

Continue Reading June 27, 2011 at 8:05 am 3 comments

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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5-9-11: IHV and AIDS

The fight for an AIDS vaccine is going on right here in Baltimore.

Continue Reading May 9, 2011 at 8:07 am Leave a comment

4-13-11: HIV and Organ Transplants

The possibility of HIV-positive organ donors giving to HIV-positive patients.

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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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