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Covid vaccines and IPR

The Covid tragedy should trigger a rethink of the current intellectual property policies adopted by developed countries

IIT team shows way for effective drugs to treat HIV/AIDS

Using molecular dynamics simulations, the research team have shown that introducing electrostatic interaction sites on potential drug molecules can enhance the efficacy of the antiviral drug against the HIV virus.

‘I want to see vaccination underway in every country in the next 100 days’

Speaking at a virtual press conference from Geneva on Friday, Tedros stressed that efforts should be made to ensure that middle and low-income countries are equally protected

Covid-19 could result in more HIV cases, AIDS-related deaths: UN

In the report titled "Prevailing against pandemics by putting people at the center", UNAIDS has warned that the global AIDS response was off track even before the pandemic.

Researchers identify new cause of inflammation in HIV patients

According to the study, after infection, HIV becomes a part of an infected person's DNA forever, and in most cases, infected cells are silent and do not replicate the virus.

Telangana in forefront of providing welfare to needy

Hyderabad: When it comes to welfare the youngest State of the country stands first as the Chief Minister who leads the State understands the...

Reinventing museums for a new world

The time for turning concepts like virtual museums and digital galleries into an accepted reality has arrived

Hyderabad: New facility for HIV patients at Global Hospitals

Hyderabad: Gleneagles Global Hospital, Lakdikapul, on Tuesday announced the launch of an exclusive unit to treat HIV/AIDS patients. The new facility will cater to...

AIDS cases reduced in Karimnagar: Kanumalla Vijaya

Flagging off the rally at circus grounds, ZP chairperson Kanumalla Vijaya emphasised the need to create awareness among the people about prevention of AIDS

Need to root out AIDS from society: Suryapet Joint Collector

Suryapet: Joint Collector Sanjeeva Reddy on Sunday said there was a need to root out AIDS disease from the country by creating awareness among...

How homoeopathy tackles the organs in AIDS patients

The method has a vital role to play in every stage of the disease, starting from providing immunity to upper respiratory tract to strengthening the lungs

‘Flea Fest’ to launch on August 3 in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: A 'Flea Fest', connecting consumers with entrepreneurs and introducing a new and wide range of products at low cost will be held at...

AIDS injection message false: Vijayawada police

When contacted the Vijayawada Police Commissioner Dwaraka Tirumala Rao asserted that the report was false and appealed to people not to believe and share such messages.

Two-thirds of AIDS treatment drugs supplied globally by India

"Ensuring uninterrupted access of affordable antiretroviral drugs and quality care, as well as adherence to treatment through support services, is necessary to combat drug resistance,"

Statins effective against cancer-linked weight loss, a study finds

The condition known as cachexia, or wasting syndrome, is common among patients with chronic diseases such as cancer, heart failure and AIDS.

Protecting the unprotected

Located in Boduppal, AGAPE society is a safe haven committed to holistic care and development of HIV-affected and infected children

Chronic Kidney Disease – latest killer on prowl

The number of premature deaths of adults due to renal ailments is more than the fatalities related to HIV/AIDS in the country

Motherhood is beyond gender

As transgender, bringing up daughter was difficult, says activist Gauri Sawant.

Rise in AIDS, HIV cases in China

Figures from the commission showed that by June, a total of 2,53,031 people in China had died of the virus ever since it was first discovered.

UN summit on TB seeks to put spotlight on killer disease  

When world leaders gather at the United Nations next month, they will be asked to change that by committing to end the tuberculosis pandemic by 2030 and come up with USD 13 billion annually to achieve that goal.

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