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2013

HIV cure dealt a setback

By Geoffrey Mohan
The search-and-destroy mission against the HIV virus just got much more complicated. New research suggests that HIV's genetic program is far more abundant in certain dormant T-cells of infected patients and is potentially more capable of unleashing its deadly instructions than previously thought.
Full story in the LA Times (October 24, 2013)

Packed meeting for HIV cure talk

By Liz Highleyman
Nearly 100 people gathered at the State Building in San Francisco on Tuesday to hear the latest news on HIV cure research, a field that has seen remarkable, if slow, progress over the past few years. The town hall featured researchers from three collaborative efforts funded by the NIH to work on various cure approaches.
Full story in Bay Area Reporter (October 3, 2013)

Isolated cases raise hopes of cure for HIV

By Erin Allday
In the race for a cure for HIV, the wins are stacking up. Through a variety of mechanisms and treatments, individuals were able to shake the virus and stop taking the drugs that HIV-infected patients ordinarily need to survive. They represent possibility—that modern science is capable of curing a deadly infection.
Full story in SF Chronicle (October 1, 2013)

New funding for novel AIDS research

By Carolyn Johnson
Researchers at San Francisco's Gladstone Institutes are being awarded more than $12 million in grants from divisions of the National Institutes of Health to help develop an elusive knock-out punch against AIDS.
Full story on ABC (September 30, 2013)

Celebrating the possibility of a cure

By Benjamin Ryan
Organizers at the AIDS Policy Project have tapped October 5 as the first annual "AIDS Cure Day." With a goal of far-reaching political mobilzation in mind, the agency is organizing participants across the country and around the globe to help them spread the word about where we are in the complex effort to outfox the virus.
Full story in POZ (September 29, 2013)

New hope for H.I.V. vaccine

By Donald G. McNeil Jr.
Recent work by Dr. Picker, a vaccine expert at Oregon Health & Science University, has shaken up the long, frustrating search for an AIDS vaccine. His latest study, published in Nature last week, has scientists scratching their heads, wondering if it might open up a new avenue for research.
Full story in the New York Times (September 16, 2013)

HIV/AIDS: The fight isn't over

By Warner C. Greene
Not only does the number of those living with HIV continue to grow, but the very medications devised to treat HIV/AIDS, paradoxically, may now be inhibiting our fight to stop one of the deadliest epidemics ever to strike mankind.
Full story in Huffington Post (July 25, 2013)

Six recommended measures to prevent Hepatitis C for young injection-drug users

By Jeff Sheehy
UCSF researchers are recommending a combination of six comprehensive measures to prevent the spread of hepatitis C, in an effort to address the estimated 31,000 young people who may be newly infected each year in the US due to injection-drug use.
Full story in UCSF News (July 24, 2013)

SF public health interns learn HIV/AIDS research

By Erin Allday
SHARP is an ongoing undergraduate program that cultivates students to help them become part of the new generation of leaders in HIV research.
Full story in the SF Chronicle (July 17, 2013)

Intestinal bacteria may fuel inflammation and worsen HIV disease

By Jeffrey Norris
Changes in intestinal bacteria may help explain why successfully treated HIV patients nonetheless experience life-shortening chronic diseases earlier than those who are uninfected.
Full story in UCSF News (July 10, 2013)

After marrow transplants, 2 more patients appear HIV-free without drugs

By Donald G. McNeil Jr.
Two HIV-infected patients in Boston who had bone-marrow transplants for blood cancers have apparently been virus-free for weeks since their antiretroviral drugs were stopped, researchers at an international AIDS conference announced.
Full story in the New York Times (July 3, 2013)
Related story, Boston Globe (July 3, 2013)
Related story, Nature (July 3, 2013)

LGBT community celebrates historic Supreme Court rulings on same-sex marriage

By Lisa Cisneros
Members of the LGBT community at UCSF are celebrating today's US Supreme Court rulings in two key cases that affirm same-sex marriage and equal rights.
Full story in UCSF News (June 26, 2013)
Related story, CBS (June 26, 2013)
Related story, Democracy Now (June 27, 2013)

High hopes for an HIV cure

By Teal Burrell
A couple of weeks ago, at a press conference that was full of promise and caveats, doctors announced that they had removed all detectable traces of HIV from two patients.
Full story on NOVA (July 17, 2013)

UCSF tops medical schools, public institutions in NIH research funds

By Kristen Bole
UC San Francisco ranked second among all institutions last year in biomedical research grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and was the top public recipient, while its School of Medicine led all schools in NIH grants nationwide, according to annual figures posted by the NIH.
Full story in UCSF News (July 16, 2013)

Researchers extol virtues of team science in quest for HIV cure

By Patricia Yollin
In a lecture that represents one of the top recognitions that researchers can receive from their peers, two veteran UCSF doctors who have been battling the AIDS epidemic for decades retraced past efforts and described their ongoing quest for a cure for HIV.
Full story in UCSF News (June 25, 2013)

UCSF AIDS Walk Teams to Go for the Gold Again

By Lisa Cisneros
UC San Francisco, a frequent high-performing team at AIDS Walk San Francisco, will again for the gold—the honor given to the top fundraising organizations participating in the annual event.
Full story in UCSF News (May 13, 2013)

Targeted Drugs to Tackle Hepatitis C, but Experts Debate US Screening Recommendations

By Beth Mole
Better drugs are on the way. But the possibility of improved treatment is intensifying a debate about whether to screen a broad swathe of the US population for hepatitis C.
Full story in Nature (May 1, 2013)

"Cured of AIDS"? Not Yet

By Donald G. McNeil Jr.
What to make of all the recent “cured of AIDS” headlines? An American in Berlin, a baby in Mississippi and 14 patients in France are all alive without treatment. Is a cure at hand?
Full story in the New York Times (April 29, 2013)

Possible Path to Vaccine for AIDS Is Suggested

By Donald G. McNeil Jr.
American researchers have minutely tracked one person's powerful immune response to the virus to see how a series of mutations led to an antibody that can defeat many HIV strains.
Full story in the New York Times (April 3, 2013)

Cautious about HIV "Cure"

By Erin Allday
It was stunning news this month when a team of researchers announced at an AIDS conference that a Mississippi toddler had been cured of HIV. But it wasn't long before doctors and scientists began to have doubts about her case.
Full story in the SF Chronicle (March 27, 2013)

UCSF Ranked among Top Medical Schools in Nation by U.S. News

UC San Francisco's School of Medicine ranked fourth nationwide in both research and primary care education this year, according to a new survey...UCSF ranked first for its medical program in AIDS.
Full story in USCF News (March 12, 2013)

HIV Testing Increased and Infection Reduced in Africa with Community Intervention

Community intervention with free mobile HIV testing and counseling, same-day results and post-test support led to a 14% reduction in new HIV infections in targeted communities in sub-Saharan Africa.
Full story in UCSF News (March 5, 2013)

In Medical First, a Baby with HIV Is Deemed Cured

By Andrew Pollack and Donald G. McNeil Jr.
Doctors announced on Sunday that a baby had been cured of an HIV infection for the first time, a startling development that could change how infected newborns are treated.
Full story in the New York Times (March 3, 2013)
Related story, KQED (March 4, 2013)
Related story, KQED (March 5, 2013)

Zeroing In on HIV

By Martha Ross
Adam Carrico...researches ways to promote behavior change among a marginalized, underserved population: HIV-positive gay and bisexual men who are also caught up in the "intertwined" epidemic of methamphetamine use.
Full story in UCSF Science of Caring (March 2013)

How Men with HIV Can Safely Become Dads

By Erin Allday
The program, called Positive Reproductive Outcomes for Men, offers reproductive counseling and care to heterosexual couples and straight men who are HIV positive.
Full story in the SF Chronicle (February 7, 2013)
Related story, The California Report (February 15, 2013)
Related story, KQED (February 15, 2013)

2012

How Close Are We to an AIDS-Free Generation?
By John-Manuel Andriote, Atlantic (December 12, 2012)


The POZ 100: Accelerating the End of AIDS
POZ (December 2012)


World AIDS Day Symposium to Feature Emerging Investigators
USCF News (November 30, 2012)


Battle against AIDS Targets 12 U.S. Cities
CBS SF Bay Area (November 13, 2012)


Nation's HIV Research General Tony Fauci: Cure in "Discovery Phase"
By Ron Leuty, San Francisco Business Times (November 12, 2012)


AIDS Treatment Pioneer Reflects and Looks Forward
By LJ Anderson, Palo Alto Daily News (October 30, 2012)


NIH Awards $15 Million Grant to Continue UCSF-Gladstone AIDS Research
UCSF News (October 16, 2012)


Study: HIV, Food Insecurity Closely Linked
By Joe DeCapua, Voice of America (October 5, 2012)


Starting Antiretroviral Therapy Improves HIV-Infected Africans' Nutrition
UCSF News Release (October 2, 2012)
Also on The Body (October 4, 2012)


HIV Patients Aging Prematurely
By Erin Allday, San Francisco Chronicle (September 25, 2012)


AIDS Drug Creator Never Profited from His Discovery
NPR's All Things Considered (September 21, 2012)


$20 Million Gift Launches New Hub for Global Health at UCSF
UCSF News Release (September 19, 2012)


Analysis: Use of Pill to Prevent HIV May Be Limited in U.S.
By Deena Beasley for Reuters (September 7, 2012)


Better Food Seen as Key in AIDS Treatment
By Erin Allday, San Francisco Chronicle (August 22, 2012)


Handy HIV Tests Help More Learn Status
By Erin Allday, San Francisco Chronicle (August 12, 2012)


XIX International AIDS Conference news coverage
Click here for a complete list with links to full stories. (July 2–27, 2012)


HIV: Common Women's Condition Thought to Raise Risk
By Erin Allday, SF Chronicle (July 4, 2012)
Related story, Voice of America (June 29, 2012)
UCSF News Release (June 26, 2012)


Plea to End Transplant Ban between HIV Patients
By Erin Allday, SF Chronicle (July 2, 2012)


Heart Trouble Early and Often in HIV Patients
By Donald G. McNeil Jr., New York Times (June 18, 2012)


Traces of Virus in Man Cured of HIV Trigger Scientific Debate
By Richard Knox, NPR (June 13, 2012)


UCSF Researchers Identify a Potential New HIV Vaccine/Therapy Target
By Jeff Sheehy, UCSF (May 30, 2012)


The Face of the Cure
By Rob Waters, San Francisco Magazine (May 21, 2012)


In Focus: HIV/AIDS in 2012
UCSF (March 23, 2012)


Studies See Link between HIV and Abuse among Women
By Erin Allday, San Francisco Chronicle (March 23, 2012)


Trauma Fuels HIV Epidemic among Women
By Shuka Kalantari, KQED (March 20, 2012)


White House Names San Francisco HIV/AIDS Leader to National Post
By Jeff Sheehy, UCSF (March 14, 2012)


2011

Person of the Year 2011: People Who Mattered—Dr. Robert Grant
By Alice Park, TIME (December 14, 2011)


Treatment as Prevention: How the New Way to Control HIV Came to Be
By Alice Park, TIME (December 1, 2011)


Just 1 in 4 with HIV Have Infection Under Control
By Mike Stobbe, Washington Times (November 29, 2011)


New Hope of a Cure for HIV
By Andrew Pollack, New York Times (November 28, 2011)


UCSF Tapped for U.S. National AIDS Strategy Initiative
By Jeff Sheehy, UCSF (October 25, 2011)


HRSA Awards $5.1 Million to Bolster HIV/AIDS Training and Technical Assistance Programs
HRSA (September 7, 2011)


HIV Infections Spike in Young, Gay Black Men
KQED (August 4, 2011)


AIDS: Emphasis of Research, Funding Shifts to Cure
By Erin Allday, SF Chronicle (July 18, 2011)


UCSF Receives Additional Grand Challenge Explorations Funding
By Jeff Sheehy, UCSF (July 13, 2011)


Gladstone to Receive $5.6 Million in Federal Funds to Seek a Cure for AIDS
By Jeff Sheehy, UCSF (July 12, 2011)


Big Bolus for HIV/AIDS Cure Research
By Jon Cohen, UCSF (July 11, 2011)


Premature Aging Seen as Issue for AIDS Survivors
By Lisa Leff, Associated Press (June 12, 2011)


UCSF Marks Three Decades of AIDS
(June 5, 2011)
Other news coverage in observance of 30 years of AIDS and UCSF's role


The Man Who Had HIV and Now Does Not
By Tina Rosenberg, New York (May 29, 2011)


The Emerging Race to Cure HIV Infections
By Jon Cohen, Science (May 13, 2011)


Groundbreaking Trial Results Confirm HIV Treatment Prevents Transmission of HIV
WHO/UNAIDS (May 12, 2011)


HIV Rate in SF Could Be Cut Sharply with Expanded Treatment, Study Predicts
By Jeff Sheehy (April 13, 2011)
Related story, San Francisco Chronicle (April 16, 2011)
Related story, Bay Area Reporter (April 14, 2011)


A New Push to Let HIV Patients Accept Organs That Are Infected
By Pam Belluck, New York Times (April 11, 2011)


Top Scientists Unite to Develop Global Scientific Strategy towards an HIV Cure
International AIDS Society (February 28, 2011)


Sangamo's Bet against AIDS: Gene Therapy—Inspired by One Man's Cure, the Biotech Tweaks Patients' Genes
By Rob Waters, Bloomberg Businessweek (February 10, 2011)


Sharing the News: Dating When You Have an Illness
By Jessica Yadegaran, Contra Costa Times (February 2, 2011)


2010

Advances on the AIDS Front
New York Times editorial (December 2, 2010)


Use of HIV Medications Reduces Risk of HIV Infection in Uninfected People
Gladstone News (November 23, 2010)
Full article in New England Journal of Medicine
New York Times story (November 23, 2010)
Related story, Time.com (December 9, 2010)
Commentary in Nature Medicine (April 7, 2011)


Kidney Transplants Found Safe in HIV Patients
By Gene Emery, Reuters (November 18, 2010)


Advocates Deserve Room at the Decision-Making Table
By Jeff Sheehy, Nature Medicine (October 2010)


UCSF and Kenya Medical Research Institute Funded to Expand HIV Care and Support
PDF (August 17, 2010)


Study Pinpoints How a Normally Defensive Immune Response Can
Help HIV

PDF (May 19, 2010)


Life Span of HIV Patients Focus of UCSF Symposium
By Lyanne Melendez, ABC 7 News (May 18, 2010)


UCSF Symposium Seeks Insights into HIV and Aging
PDF (May 12, 2010)


UCSF Ranks among Top Five Medical Schools in New U.S. News Survey
PDF (April 15, 2010)


SF Health Officials Advise Early Treatment for People with HIV
By Liz Highleyman, Bay Area Reporter (April 15, 2010)


New Treatment Guidelines for HIV and AIDS Patients
Hosted by Kelly Wilkinson, KQED Radio News (April 5, 2010)


City Endorses New Policy for Treatment of HIV
By Sabin Russell, The New York Times (April 2, 2010)


UCSF Study Finds Clinic-Based HIV Prevention Is Effective in Reducing Risk Behaviors
PDF (March 24, 2010)


Positive Prevention Toolkit Aims to Assist Global Training of HIV/AIDS Caregivers
PDF (March 9, 2010)


Greenspan to Receive American Association for Dental Research Scientist Award
UCSF Today (February 26, 2010)


UCSF Wins $1.15M Gates Foundation Grant for HIV Study
San Francisco Business Times (February 17, 2010)


Study Integrating Family Planning and HIV Treatment & Care Funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
PDF (February 16, 2010)


AIDS Research Institute Nominates First Endowed Chair
UCSF Philanthropy Insider (January 2010)


Study Warns of Drug-Resistant HIV Strains
By Erin Allday, San Francisco Chronicle (January 15, 2010)


2009

UCSF Study Finds Routine HIV Screening in Community Health Centers Boosts HIV Testing
PDF (December 14, 2009)


Event Pays Tribute to Pioneers and Newcomers in Fight against AIDS
By Robin Hindery, UCSF Today (December 8, 2009)


Doctors Find Early Aging in HIV Patients
Reported by Kim Mulvihill, MD, San Francisco CBS 5 (December 1, 2009)


Federal Stimulus Funds Support Studies Geared to Improving HIV Care and Prevention
PDF (November 11, 2009)


UCSF-Led Cycling Team Raises $80,000 to Fund AIDS Research
By Robin Hindery, UCSF Today (September 9, 2009)


High HIV Infection Rate among Soweto Township Gays
PDF (August 31, 2009)


UCSF Researchers Identify New Drug Target for Kaposi’s Sarcoma
By Kristen Bole, UCSF News Office (July 29, 2009)


US AIDS Chief Lays Out Priorities
By Erika Check Hayden, Nature.com PDF (July 8, 2009)


Online Map Details HIV Prevalence in Each State
By Victoria Colliver, SFGate.com (June 22, 2009)


Early Treatment with Anti-AIDS Drugs Cuts Death Rate in Half
By Rob Waters, Bloomberg.com (May 18, 2009)


Cancer-Causing Virus Associated with Higher Risk of New HIV Infection
PDF (April 30, 2009)


President Obama Announces More Key Administration Posts
PDF (April 27, 2009)


Looking for Love and Finding AIDS
By Susan Donaldson James, ABC News (April 24, 2009)


UCSF HIV/AIDS Training Program Successfully Promotes Diversity
PDF (April 23, 2009)


UCSF Transgender Program Receives Grant
By Cynthia Laird, Ebar.com (April 2, 2009)


Early Use of AIDS Drugs Cuts Patients’ Risk of Death
By Rob Waters, Bloomberg.com (April 1, 2009)


UCSF Transgender HIV Prevention Center Funded to Provide Primary Care Information
PDF (March 12, 2009)


Barriers to Adoption of Electronic Personal Health Records Outlined
PDF (March 10, 2009)


Using Hair to Manage HIV/AIDS and Predict Treatment Success
PDF (March 3, 2009)


Effective Mentoring Critical to HIV/AIDS Research Efforts
PDF (February 26, 2009)


UCSF Symposium Considers Biomedical Approaches to HIV/AIDS Prevention
PDF (February 12, 2009)


Stem Cells Cut AIDS Virus in Patient, Ending Need for Drugs
By Rob Waters, Bloomberg.com (February 11, 2009)


Transfer of Mother’s Cells Molds Baby’s Immunity
By Amanda Schaffer, New York Times (February 2, 2009)


CDC Recognizes UCSF’s Research as Critical to HIV Prevention
PDF (January 27, 2009)


Why the U.S. Must Lead on Global HIV and TB Treatment
By Diane V. Havlir, San Francisco Chronicle (January 13, 2009)


2008

Study Offers Insights about Development of the Human Immune System
PDF (December 4, 2008)


New Hope for HIV Treatment: Cells Exhausted from Fighting HIV Infection Can Be Revitalized
PDF (November 10, 2008)


Study Examines Repeated Exposure to HIV in Treatment-Suppressed HIV Patients
PDF (October 23, 2008)


Researchers Urge Integrating TB into HIV Care
PDF (July 22, 2008)


What Works to Prevent HIV among Heterosexual African-Americans?
PDF (June 30, 2008)


Video Doc Helps HIV-Positive Patients Reduce Risky Behaviors
PDF (April 22, 2008)


2007

NIH Doubles Support for Vital HIV/AIDS Research Center
PDF (November 1, 2007)


NIH Grant Supports UCSF Research Exploring Early HIV Infection
PDF
(October 8, 2007)


Ban of Use of Sperm from HIV-Positive Men under Review: Bill Pending to Let Fertility Clinics Use "Washed" Specimens
By Greg Lucas, San Francisco Chronicle, Sacramento Bureau (March 27, 2007)
Related story (March 29, 2007)


S.F. Scientists Find Way to Halt Malaria in Kids
By Sabin Russell, San Francisco Chronicle (February 28, 2007)
Related story by Lawrence Altman in the New York Times (March 1, 2007)


Emerging Drugs Show Promise against HIV PDF
By Marilyn Chase and Jacob Goldstein, Wall Street Journal (February 28, 2007)


Research Supports Medicinal Marijuana
By Rick Weiss, Washington Post (February 13, 2007)
UCSF story (February 12, 2007)


Hopes for an AIDS Cure Remain Alive
By E.J. Mundell, Washington Post HealthDay (January 4, 2007)


AIDS Drug Offers Hope, but Too Late for One Man
By James Ricci, Los Angeles Times (January 2, 2007)


2006

UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies Marks 20 Years
(November 2, 2006)


What We Can Learn from the Elite Controllers
By Gail Dutton, The Scientist (November 1, 2006)


Gladstone Investigators Identify a New Protective Action for the Powerful Anti-HIV Factor APOBEC3G
PDF (October 2, 2006)


UCSF Scientists Discuss Impact of Circumcision, Cervical Protection on Spread of AIDS
(August 17, 2006)


The Ones HIV Left in Limbo: Salvage Therapy Is the Last Resort of a Largely Unknown and Unlucky Minority Who Began Treatment before Multidrug "Cocktails"
By James Ricci, Los Angeles Times PDF (January 19, 2006)


Viral "Fitness" Explains Different Resistance Patterns to AIDS Drugs
PDF (January 10, 2006)


2005

Women’s Global Health Scientist Receives 2004 Presidential Early Career Award
(June 13, 2005)


Gladstone Investigators Discover How Resting T Cells Avoid HIV Infection—Finding Could Lead to New Therapeutic Strategies
(April 13, 2005)


Teens Believe Oral Sex Is Safer, More Acceptable to Peers
(April 4, 2005)


UCSF Schools of Pharmacy and Medicine Rank among Nation's Best in Annual Survey; First in AIDS Medicine
(April 1, 2005)


"Women, Poverty, and HIV" Is Focus of UCSF International Women's Day Briefing on March 8th
(March 7, 2005)


2004

Gladstone Institutes Dedicates Mission Bay Research Building
(December 6, 2004)


UCSF ARI World AIDS Day Concert on December 1 Features Gay Men's Chorus and Remembrance, Hope, and Thanks
(November 29, 2004)


UCSF Event on December 14 Supports HIV/AIDS Treatment for Ugandans
(November 24, 2004)


UCSF Receives $21 Million NIH Contract for Sexually Transmitted Infection Research
(November 4, 2004)


ARI Leader among Six UCSF Faculty Elected to Institute of Medicine
(October 18, 2004)


New Internet Resource Facilitates International HIV/AIDS Healthcare Provider Training
(October 18, 2004)


Public Invited to Day in the Park with UCSF Positive Health on October 15
(October 6, 2004)


Gladstone Investigator Mike McCune Wins Prestigious NIH Director's Pioneer Award
(September 29, 2004)


The Future of HIV Therapeutics Is Brightening, According to Gladstone Institutes Director
(August 27, 2004)


A Model for Treatment
By Diane V. Havlir and Robert M. Grant, San Francisco Chronicle editorial (August 11, 2004)


Aging HIV Patients May Be at Risk for Dementia, Study Shows
(July 20, 2004)


HIV Clinician Fatalism Hinders "Prevention for Positives" Counseling
(July 15, 2004)


Gladstone Study Finds No Evidence of Superinfection among Highly Exposed HIV+ Couples
(July 14, 2004)


Mobile HIV Testing Program Removes Barriers to Testing in Sub-Saharan Africa
(July 14, 2004)


Africans Take Anti-HIV Meds at a Higher Rate than Many Anticipated
(July 13, 2004)


Some HIV Patients Treated During Early Infection Test Negative
(July 12, 2004)


Young Gay Men Experience High Rates of Anti-gay Violence and Harassment
(June 29, 2004)


"Women, Children, and HIV" Educational CD-ROM to Be Distributed at International AIDS Conference
(June 25, 2004)


Media Briefing on Wednesday, June 23, Will Preview XV International AIDS Conference in Bangkok
(June 16, 2004)


Newsom Names Long-Time Community Advocate Jeff Sheehy as His AIDS Advisor
PDF (June 10, 2004)


Biotechnology Essential to Medical Progress
Editorial by Dr. Jay A. Levy, San Francisco Chronicle PDF (June 8, 2004)


Key Immune System Cell Reduces Secretion of Defense Protein in HIV-Associated Dementia Patients
(May 18, 2004)


HIV Intersects with Reproductive Biology at UCSF Seminar
(May 20, 2004)


Levy Honored with 2004 Abbott Laboratories Award in Clinical and Diagnostic Immunology
PDF (April 23, 2004)


Most SF HIV-Infected Urban Poor Have Hepatitis C; Few Treated for It
(April 2, 2004)


UCSF School of Medicine Ranks among Nation's Best in Annual Survey; First in AIDS Medicine
(April 2, 2004)


HIV-Infected Have Thicker Cartoid Artery Wall: Predictor of Heart Attack and Stroke
(March 18, 2004)


"Women, Poverty, and the Global AIDS Epidemic" Is Focus of International Women's Day Briefing on March 8th
(March 2, 2004)


New UCSF AIDS Research Institute Director Appointed
(February 5, 2004)


UCSF Launches Comprehensive HIV Website in South Africa
(February 2, 2004)


Researchers Say Change in Social Policies Could Help Reduce High Rate of Depression in Men Who Have Sex with Men
(February 1, 2004)


Black Tar Heroin Use Explains Lower HIV Levels among Injection Drug Users in the Western U.S.
(January 27, 2004)

 

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