Month: March 2017

New HIV Medications Being Studied in 2017

Antiretroviral treatment – where we are now / New HIV Drugs & Treatments    from: https://www.natap.org/2017/CROI/croi_151.htm Joseph J. Eron MD Professor of Medicine University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill The CROI meeting in Seattle this year was again a terrific mix of basic, translational, clinical and epidemiological research. This year perhaps we are seeing more clinical …

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Top Ten Testosterone Replacement Monitoring Tips

Nelson Vergel, author of Testosterone: A Man’s Guide (Amazon.com) and founder of ExcelMale.com and DiscountedLabs.com, talks about what he thinks are the most important 10 things that all men on testosterone replacement therapy should know to maximize benefits and minimize side-effects. For questions for Nelson, please register on ExcelMale.com and post them on the forum …

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Why Has Only One Person Been Cured of HIV in 10 Years?

In 2006, Timothy Brown, an American living in Berlin,  was on antiretroviral therapy with good viral suppression when he developed leukemia and required bone marrow transplants after other treatment failed. His doctor in Berlin, Gero Hütter, MD, had the idea to use bone marrow from a donor with a double CCR5-delta-32 mutation, meaning the stem …

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