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Here are the latest posts about HIV on Science, Space & Robots:

Glowing Cats Will Help Fight Feline AIDS and HIV
Mayo Clinic researchers announced they have developed a genome-based immunization strategy to fight feline AIDS. (September 12, 2011)

Merck Halts AIDS Vaccine Tests
There was some very unfortunate news earlier this week when Merck reported that it was halting its AIDS vaccine test because tests showed the vaccine was not working - people were still getting infected with the HIV virus. (September 24, 2007)

Scientists Discover Genetic Switch for HIV
The New Jersey Star-Ledger reports that two Princeton scientists have discovered a genetic "switch" that could theoretically turn off HIV. (January 12, 2007)

New HIV AIDS Testing Will Be Slow Going
An article on MSNBC. (October 5, 2006)

Study Finds Circumcision Cuts AIDS Risk
WebMD reports that findings from a new study indicate that circumcision could cut HIV risk in men by as much as 60%. (August 18, 2006)

Clinton and Gates Vow to Wipe Out AIDS
The National Post reports that Bill Clinton and Bill Gates are vowing to wipe out the deadly AIDS virus that is a worldwide problem. (August 15, 2006)

AIDS Tests for Everyone
CBS News is reporting that the CDC plans new guidelines later this summer that will include a recommendation that everyone aged 13 to 64 who visits a doctor gets test for AIDS. (May 8, 2006)

40.3 Million With HIV
HIV continues to spread according to a new UN report. (November 21, 2005)

Was a British Man Cured of HIV?
Doctors want to do more tests on a British man who is now possibly HIV free after testing positive for HIV in 2002. (November 14, 2005)

Home HIV Testing in Twenty Minutes
The BBC reports that the US Food and Drugs Administration is considering making a fast HIV test available for home use. (October 15, 2005)