Namibia’s strategy to reach UNAIDS HIV targets will be implemented in the U.S.

Last September, we reported that the UK has UNAIDS targets achieved: 90%-90%-90%: for the diagnosis, treatment, and transmission of HIV (read HERE). joining a group that already included Namibia. The fact that Namibia reached UNAIDS goal before the UK and many developed countries...

Review of sexual transmission of HIV in pacients treated with antretroviral drugs

HIV transmission in serodiscordant couples can be virtually eliminated which means that having a healthy child is now is a reality  Sexual transmission of HIV in serodiscordant couples (one HIV positive and the other HIV negative) is not only a medical but also a bioethical...

The UK has achieved the goals on the fight against the HIV epidemic. For this reason, London convened an international cities meeting to join forces

Last November, an article,  in British newspaper The Telegraph, announced that the UK had met UN targets on the diagnosis, treatment and transmission of HIV for the first time, amid falling numbers of infections from the virus. UNAids established global 90-90-90 targets in 2014....

World’s first kidney transplant from a living donor with HIV

See Video below Surgeons in Baltimore have performed what’s thought to be the world’s first kidney transplant from a living donor with HIV, a milestone for patients with the AIDS virus who need a new organ. If other donors with HIV come forward, it could free up space on the...

Lights and shadows of HIV pandemia. UK and global state of the art and goals

One of the game changers in recent years has been pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), a pill which, when taken daily by people in high-risk groups, can reduce the risk of infection with HIV by up to 86 per cent. The aim of the 90-90-90 targets against HIV established by UNAIDS, the...

Males with HIV have a higher risk of cancer

Experts in the study of HIV at Valle de Hebrón Hospital in Barcelona have published a report saying that men with HIV have a significantly higher incidence of malignant neoplasms (cancerous tumors) than in the healthy male population, something that does not occur in women. New...

Transsexuals suffer “chronic stress associated with higher prevalence of HIV infection, substance use disorders and suicidal tendencies”

Transsexual people assume a gender identity that differs from biological sex. Which medical problems have these people? Are they informed about the consequences of their decision to don’t-assume their biological sex? Are transsexuals’ serious health problems known?...

HIV/AIDS fall in some countries but in Spain,Middle East,North Africa, and eastern Europe the number of new infections has increased significantly

See video below HIV/AIDS global pandemic Up to a total of 1.8 million people infected with HIV developed AIDS, which means 5.3% fewer than in 2016, while the number of deaths due to the disease fell 5% to 940,000, according to the estimates of UNAIDS in their annual report on the...

Could HIV be entirely removed? It is the main question in the HIV fight

A recent article titled, A study unravels new stem cell transplant factors that might lead to HIV eradication in the body shows that is possible and has been eradicated throw a cells therapy by Spaniard researchers. The finding,  still incipient, opens a door to a possible new...