Press Releases with tag "HIV"
HIV Reservoirs and Viral Eradication Workshop to Reach HIV Cure
The advent of combined antiretroviral therapy (cART) 15 years ago has dramatically changed the outcome of HIV infection from a deadly to a chronic disease.
Ugandan Lambs Housing Hit By Torrential Storms
Uganda was recently hit by torrential rain and thunder storms causing damage to crops and housing across the nation. The storms which started March 20 are expected to continue over the next few weeks.
HIV/Aids Awareness- Get Involved
1 IN 4 NEW HIV/AIDS CASE IS FEMALE. GT TV ASKS, “IS HIV/AIDS THE NEW COLD?”
Learn the truth and know your status. Watch the HIV/AIDs Special on Girls Talk TV.
American Specialty Pharmacy Adds Enoch Strollo as V.P. of Business Development, Specialty Division
American Specialty Pharmacy continues expansion by adding Enoch Strollo as V.P. of Business Development, Specialty Pharmacy Division
New Jersey AIDS Walk Chooses Newark as Newest AIDS Walk Site
According to the New Jersey Department of Health, New Jersey ranks fifth in the nation for new HIV infection cases with 37% of those cases in Essex County. NJCRI to be beneficiary and host organization for New Jersey.
New York’s Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce Assembles Non-Profits for Groundbreaking Board Retreat
On Saturday, February 4, NGLCCNY will present a special leadership retreat focused on the future of New York City’s social services, advocacy and community-based corporations.
Miss HIV NYC Film Festival Kick-Off At Dwyer
A Community-wide Fight Against AIDS Stigmatization in NYC. There will be free screenings of Miss HIV open to the public across the greater New York City area during the four-day festival.
A Goal For AIDS
Bid on FIFA 2010 World Cup soccer ball plus lunch at Planet Hollywood International.
Great Start to Joy of Giving Week - Shridhar University Pilani Students Do Voluntary Blood Donation
The Joy of Giving Week October 2 to October 8 is a new national movement that aims to engage every single Indian in giving back to society in some way or other.
GeoVax Labs’ CSO and Chairman Receive Academic Honors
CSO Harriet L. Robinson Honored as Distinguished Emeritus Faculty;
Chairman David A. Dodd To Receive Alumni Award from Georgia State University
World AIDS Day Rowboat Named At Brazilian Day In New York City On Sunday
During a pre-boat christening ceremony, AIDS activist Victor Mooney of Forest Hills reveals the name of his new boat before a test row from Rio de Janeiro to Sao Paulo later this month.
Geovax Awarded $3.6 Million Grant By U.S. Government For Its HIV/AIDS Vaccine Program
U.S Government Continues Support for Clinical Development of Adjuvanted Vaccine
One Company Takes Next Step to Getting In-Home HIV Test to Market
According to the CDC, about 20 percent of Americans with HIV don’t know it, greatly increasing their risk of transmitting the virus.
GeoVax Initiates Third Site For Therapeutic Testing of Its HIV Vaccine
Los Angeles-Based AIDS Research Alliance Selected as Site to Test Therapeutic vaccine
GeoVax Trial Results Establish a New Benchmark for Preventative HIV Vaccine Model
Non Human Primate Study Demonstrates Unprecedented 70% Prevention of Infection
Confidential Same Day Local STD Testing Centers Allow Patients To Check Their Health Without The Hassle And Worries
As one of the largest and most trusted online clinics for sexually transmitted diseases, STDGo.com strives to make STD testing process as smooth as possible while committing to patient confidentiality 100%.
Encouraged by Early Clinical Studies, A Biotech Company Expands Its HIV/AIDS Vaccine Program
GeoVax has decided to expand its preventative HIV/AIDS vaccine development effort in collaboration with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the HIV Vaccine Trials
It's National STD Awareness Month And Your STD Help Needs You To Get Tested
Every April the CDC and Your STD Help get together to create awareness about STDs and society. This year lets all work together to get tested.
To Prevent the Donation of Infected Organs, Attention Turns to More Rapid Testing
A new generation of rapid point-of-care tests for HIV and HEP B/C—such as those being developed by Chembio—could help ensure that donated organs are healthy, and that unfortunate incidents like the one reported in New York City do not reoccur.
Scatena Daniels Communications Secures New Clients Mama's Kitchen and Cranial Technologies
Scatena Daniels Communications, Inc. (www.scatenadaniels.com), announces the addition of two clients to its growing roster of non-profit and health care/wellness clients.
GeoVax Announces Publication of Phase 1 Clinical Trial in The Journal of Infectious Diseases
The article, titled “Phase 1 Safety and Immunogenicity Testing of DNA and Recombinant Modified Vaccinia Ankara Vaccines Expressing HIV-1 Virus-like Particles,” will appear in the March 1 issue of The Journal of Infectious Diseases.
STD Rates Higher In African Americans Get Tested Today
It’s African American History Month and while reflecting about all of the great things that African Americans have accomplished over the years lets also look towards the future and talk about the growing issues with STDs and HIV.
GeoVax Launches Second Clinical Site To Test The Therapeutic Benefit of HIV Vaccine
University of Alabama at Birmingham to Serve as Second Site for Ongoing Clinical Trial
A Rowers New Year Resolution
"Help us raise $10,000 in compulsory expenditures. As soon as we raise it, I'm departing to Africa. With a $10 minimum donation, your name or a love one goes on the boat." - Victor Mooney
NGOs Unite to Call HIV Pharmaceutical Manufacturers to the Medicines Patent Pool
NGOs unite and send letters to pharmaceutical manufacturers urging their participation in the UNITAID patent pool