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  1. Tejwant Singh

    SciTech Stem-cell Therapy Wipes Out HIV In Two Patients

    Stem-cell therapy wipes out HIV in two patients By Ben Hirschler LONDON (Reuters) - Two men with HIV have been off AIDS drugs for several months after receiving stem-cell transplants for cancer that appear to have cleared the virus from their bodies, researchers reported on Wednesday...
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    HIV's Unlikely Conspirator

    Hiv’s Unlikely Conspirator If NACO had implemented its HIV testing programme for infants, would hundreds of them be alive? DIVYA GUPTA reports EVER SINCE she got married in 1997, 32-year old Gurwinder has lost her closest family members...
  3. Vikram singh

    American Doctors Busted For Fraud, Conspiracy In HIV Treatment Scam

    I've often asserted that doctors exploit people for personal profit, prescribing drugs and procedures that are medically unnecessary while raking in millions from health insurance companies, Medicare and Medicaid. This week, Miami doctor Roberto Rodriguez was sentenced to eight years in...
  4. Saint Soldier

    HIV Can Be Manageable

    HIV can be manageable by Manoj Jain TEN years ago, an intelligent, reserved software engineer — a woman with the complexion of Halle Berry and the physique of a marathoner — came to my infectious-disease clinic, accompanied by her fiance. They’d been referred to me a few weeks after a rash and...
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    Sikh News Now, Punjab Police Faces HIV Scare (The Times Of India)

    Another bad news is on its way for Punjab police. After drugs and alcohol, it’s the deadly AIDS which has started taking a toll on Punjab police cops. More...
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    Sikh News Now, Punjab Police Faces HIV Scare (The Times Of India)

    CHANDIGARH: Another bad news is on its way for Punjab police, which is already battling drug addiction and alcoholism amidst its ranks, especially in border districts. More...
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    Sikh News Punjab Ropes In HIV Positive People, NGOs To Counter AIDS (ANI Via Yahoo! India News)

    By Sunil Sharma Chandigarh, Sep 2 (ANI): Punjab is gearing up to counter the AIDS threat with the help of HIV positive people and Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs). Pooja Thakur, herself an HIV positive person and an activist, is determined to educate people in the high risk areas like slums...
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