However, many scientists worry that such antibodies won't be enough to keep the AIDS
virus at bay.
As health care workers, we can talk for hours about caring for the AIDS
patient, but these are the people who wash their clothing, feed and bathe them and sleep beside them.
Longitudinal predictors of reduction in unprotected anal intercourse among gay men in San Francisco: The AIDS
behavioral research project.
HIV antigen in the brains of patients with the AIDS
So doing, Johnson won many accolades from the media and the AIDS
It was not so long ago, in 2002, at a meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council that Canon Ted Karpf, a missioner for HIV/AIDS in the Church of the Province of Southern Africa, uttered the words quoted at the beginning of this editorial: "This church has AIDS." He urged the church to respond to the AIDS
Malignancy Program was designed to assist the research community in studying the interplay of viruses, immune dysfunction, aberrant growth factor expression, and the development of cancer in AIDS patients, with the goal of creating more effective treatment regimens.
Gay columnist Dan Savage has been one of the most vocal "the AIDS
crisis is over" town criers, but even he has recently made note of alarming new figures about the uptick in syphilis among gay and bisexual men--which means they're having unprotected sex and may well be spreading HIV as well as other STDs.
Drug Assistance Program was originally envisioned to address an emergency -- the urgent need to provide expensive medications to people with AIDS until the crisis passed.
At the grade 8 level, the AIDS
teacher's manual asks the instructor to prepare students for understanding "homophobia" (a term used regularly by homosexual activists for everyone who opposes the homosexual lifestyle) by "reviewing familiar stereotypes (i.e., sexism, racism, etc.)." In his 1992 letter to the American bishops, however, Cardinal Ratzinger stated that there can be valid grounds for discrimination against homosexuals, such as in the hiring of teachers.
Once it was clear that the AIDS
community included people like Corti and Delaney who were not afraid to play by their own rules, the FDA and the giant pharmaceutical companies began paying attention.
Since then, many have reduced patient eligibility, limited prescriptions, and cut services at a time when programs like the AIDS
Drug Assistance Program are also stretched to the breaking point.