Read full article [ close ] Mali has increased vigilance along its border with Guinea, where Ebola has likely killed four people after re-emerging in the country's south, reports said on Thursday.
According to Dr Sakoba Keita, National Coordinator of the fight against Ebola in Guinea, Mali's move would likely prevent Guineans from travelling to the capital, Bamako to seek medical atttention.
Read full article [ close ] Oncology play Checkmate Pharmaceuticals Inc. The kit resembles a pregnancy test; it also functions pretty much in the same way: Read full article [ close ] Blantyre – A quick swab of the gums and people know their test results.
Read full article [ close ] India is firing dozens of foreign-funded health experts working inside the government, seen as part of a broader clampdown to reduce the influence of non-government organisations (NGOs) on policy.
Read full article [ close ] BETHLEHEM – Ora Sure has hired a new chief science officer.
In Malawi, many people didn't get tested for HIV before because that meant visiting a clinic – but they didn't want health officials to know their status.
Read full article [ close ] A quick swab of the gums and people know their test results.
And one that effects more than 1.2 million people in the U. Read full article [ close ] Top 10 reasons to get tested for HIV this Valentine's Day 1. In the United States, more than 1.2 million people are living with HIV infection, and almost 1 in 8 are unaware of their infection.
Read full article [ close ] Last year's announcement by actor Charlie Sheen that he had been diagnosed with HIV put renewed attention on the disease that causes AIDS and effects more than 1.2 million people in the U. Read full article [ close ] Controversial celebrity Charlie Sheen recently shocked the world by announcing that he was HIV positive, a story that The Inquisitr covered back in November.
But it seems the bombshell Charlie Sheen dropped had such a major impact on the United States that his diagnosis may actually help to raise awareness about the condition.
The kits, which promise 99.9 per cent accuracy and results within four minutes, are now available in pharmacies due to the recent lifting of the ban on pharmacies to sell these DIY tests.
Read full article [ close ] Medical advancements have made it easier for HIV-positive people to live long, healthy and sexually active lives while not infecting others.
Read full article [ close ] The ASPIRE study, conducted through the National Institutes of Health's Microbicide Trials Network, was led by Dr.