Jul 23, 2012 12:30 CEST There are around 370,000 new infant infections worldwide each year. A significant number of these children will die if they are not diagnosed early and started on antiretroviral drugs (ARVs). The problem is not the lack of ARVs as much as a lack of proper HIV early infant diagnostics (EID). Recent reports indicate that RT-technology may be an answer to improved access to (EID).
Apr 19, 2012 13:04 CEST How innovations originating from low-income countries may provide solutions that can help in developed countries.
Dec 01, 2011 14:56 CET Observations on the role of innovation in the battle against HIV/AIDS
Oct 13, 2011 10:52 CEST Although the North American and Western European experience has historically been with HIV-1 group M subtype B virus, this is changing rapidly as migrants and refugees from developing countries with non-B subtype infections now present for care in the developed world, and travelers to developing countries acquire non-B subtype infection abroad and present for care at home.
Sep 15, 2011 10:07 CEST Measuring an individual’s HIV viral load provides healthcare professionals with an accurate picture of viral activity. This is a powerful tool in fighting the HIV pandemic for three reasons: