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What We Need to Cure AIDS?

By Mark Harrington A cure for HIV is possible: one man, the so-called Berlin patient, has already been cured of chronic HIV infection with an immune system transplant with cells genetically resistant to HIV. After four years, the man remains…

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Cure Research Momentum Accelerates

By Richard Jefferys The research effort to discover a cure for HIV infection continues to gain momentum, with several important developments having occurred since the last issue of TAGline. In July, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)…

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A Golden Decade of Antiretroviral Drug Development

Success rate for new ARVs entering phases II–III surpassed 32% from 2003–2011 U.S. ADAP Prescribing Practices Closely Match Recent ARV Guidelines by Polly Clayden and Mark Harrington As we were putting together the 2011 Pipeline Report this summer, we decided…

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TAG Goes to Cuba

by Coco Jervis Cuba boasts model health outcomes but at what costs to human rights? In November 2009 TAG’s senior policy associate, Coco Jervis, attended the Global Forum for Health Research meeting in Havana, Cuba, under a special license that…

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NIAID Workshop: Elimination of HIV Reservoirs

By Richard Jefferys On Friday, January 15, the National Institutes of Allergy & Infectious Diseases (NIAID) sponsored a scientific workshop entitled “The Next Challenge: Elimination of HIV Reservoirs.” The event took place during the Keystone conference on HIV pathogenesis in…

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