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  • July, 2015

    July 2015 - The Victor Daitz Information Gateway supported TB and HIV researchers from the HIV Pathogenesis Programme (HPP) KwaZulu-Natal Research Institute for TB and HIV (K-RITH) to give back to the elderly on Mandela Day 2015.

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    PLOS ONE
    July, 2015

    Findings of this latest study suggest the possibility that optimal treatment of HIV-infected children might incorporate differential CD4 treatment thresholds for ART initiation according to sex.

  • July, 2015

    Health 24 - A new study by the University of Cape Town has shown that regular vitamin D supplementation can assist in reducing seasonal nutritional deficiencies and can slow the progression of HIV.

  • July, 2015

    Sunday Times - Johnson & Johnson’s experimental AIDS vaccine protected half the monkeys who received it in a study, boosting confidence in the possibility for a shot that would stop the world’s deadliest infectious disease in humans.

  • July, 2015

    IOL News - Thalidomide, the controversial drug banned for use by pregnant women, may be the key to helping save the lives of children with severe tuberculosis meningitis – a life-threatening disease.

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