Tag Archives: Pediatric HIV

HIV, TB, Malaria, Neglected Tropical Diseases: An International Infectious Disease Reporting Contest awards on-the-ground views of harm reduction, co-infection, living in sickness and silence, and more

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A nurse and a drug dealer make a deal to get clean needles to injecting drug users in a Tanzania slum, confronting HIV and TB where they thrive. The result is powerful, and the story of how and why they work together, The Street of Blood and Smoke, gives an in-depth, inspiring, and informative look […]

Study adds reason to overcome barriers to more effective children’s HIV treatment

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The yield from an National Institutes of Health-funded study could improve the odds for children living with HIV in malaria-prone areas, showing that an antiretroviral treatment that has not been commonly used in those areas can add to the protection offered by anti-malaria drugs. The treatment includes a combination of two drugs — lopinavir and […]

Putting the “C” into MTCT- Saving Kids

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This post is by Global Center Director Christine Lubinski, reporting this week from CROI in San Francisco. Attention turned to HIV among women and children at CROI today, when Elaine Abrams, MD, a senior a professor of pediatrics and epidemiology at the Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons and the Mailman School of Public […]