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Another Case Raises Hopes About Early Treatment for HIV-Positive Babies

Physicians in California believe that they have cleared HIV from a 9-month-old born with the virus.

Doctors in California believe that they have cleared HIV from the blood of a nine-month-old who seems to have been born with the virus. Though they can’t call it a “cure” or even say she is in remission because she continues to take medication, her doctors believe she has “sero-reverted to HIV-negative.”

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Morning Roundup: Arizona Seeks to Ban Race and Sex Selection

Arizona looks at banning race and sex selection abortions, despite the fact that it makes no sense, young women infected with HIV are more likely to become pregnant and have complications, hearings scheduled on the “No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act,” and women are a separate species – an unexplainable one at that.

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How can We Reach More Families Living with HIV in South Africa?

I had heard that South Africans were warm and friendly, but imagine being hugged by 15 grannies!  In South Africa, strong interventions are needed to reach out to children who are not currently accessing HIV treatment services.   Since HIV is clustered in families, grannies who reach out to grannies may help children get the care they need. 

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