Posts Tagged ‘HIV

WHO’s Guidlines on HIV related Cryptococcus disease:

Posted by: admin on: February 8, 2012

Cryptococcal infection  causing  deaths in HIV infected cohorts is a major concern in resource limited settings. Team@CMHF

HIV and the risk of non-communicable diseases

Posted by: admin on: January 18, 2012

  Antiretroviral drugs have significantly improved the life expectancy of people living with HIV, but it has been seen that the virus – and often the ARVs themselves – can make people more susceptible to non-communicable diseases than the rest of the population. -Team@CMHF

There are several encouraging statistics to celebrate about HIV/AIDS: The UN says that world HIV/AIDS-related deaths have fallen 21% since their peak in 2005. The cost of treatment has decreased steadily in recent years. And plenty more statistics point to overwhelmingly positive progress. But if there’s one thing that threatens the road to AIDS-free world, […]

Children with HIV have additional challenges that should be addressed with formal practice guidelines, according to an editorial published online -Team@CMHF

Lab-on-a-chip may be game-changer in disease detection

Posted by: admin on: September 23, 2011

A cheap, highly portable blood test has proven as accurate as expensive hospital-based analyses in detecting HIV, syphilis and other infectious diseases, according to a study released Sunday. -Team@CMHF


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