Category Archives: HIV/AIDS

Study: In Malawi lifelong antiretroviral treatment for expectant moms “translates into saving more than 250,000 maternal life years”

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One or two years ago, the idea was radical for low-resource settings: Provide antiretroviral treatment for life for all women who were pregnant and HIV positive, thus protecting the health not only of the infants on the way, but of their future siblings, and of the mothers themselves, as well as their partners. Since 2010 […]

Dr. Myron Cohen: Treatment as prevention is a bridge to the future

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Dr. Myron Cohen had a broken arm in a sling, was talking on a subject he has discussed scores of times before, but all the same, he was having a good time. “It’s a really exciting time to be in AIDS research,” he explained. He was talking to an audience Wednesday evening at the George […]