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Discrimination Against Vulnerable Patients Is Nothing New

Transformative therapies are advancing like never before, and a new class of medicines are changing …

New Videos Show How “Fail First” Policies Can Fail Patients

Continued access to a stable treatment can make all the difference for patients with chronic …

It Starts with One Sequence -- The Fight Against HIV

It took the sequencing of one genome, for a disease that used to mean a …

Health Care in Focus as President Trump Addresses the Nation

In his State of the Union address, President Trump described the need to rein in …

FDA Protects Patients While Promoting Innovation

Today, 83 percent of children with cancer survive, compared to just 58 percent in the …

ICYMI: “Deadliest Enemy, Our War Against Killer Germs” Interview

While the biotech industry has provided tremendous support in battling infectious diseases, there is still much …

Infectious Diseases: Mortality Down, but Still Poses Threat

Last week, NPR highlighted The Journal of the American Medical Association’s (JAMA) latest research letter …

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

In the United States, more than one million people are infected with HIV, with an …

World AIDS Day: Act Aware

World AIDS Day is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, …

Promising News for Babies Born HIV-Positive

This week, scientists announced that they have cleared HIV in a Long Beach, Calif.-baby who …