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This podcast discusses a well known figures in AIDS history, Quebecois flight attendant Gaetan Dugas aka “Patient Zero”. Dugas was a very, very promiscuous homosexual who was showing symptoms of what would be later labelled as HIV/AIDS before the virus was discovered and even before they knew it was a virus or even sexually transmitted.
A strategy to genetically modify cells from people infected with HIV could become a way to control the virus that causes AIDS without using antiviral drugs, according to results from an early-stage trial that were published on Wednesday.
As a gay man I am appalled to witness Aids charities manipulation and exploitation of gays. Chief among these non profit users and abusers of the gay community is GMHC.
A 2009 clinical trial in Thailand was the first to show it was possible to prevent HIV infection in humans. Since then, discoveries have pointed to even more powerful vaccines using HIV-fighting antibodies. Now scientists believe a licensed vaccine is within reach.
HTTP://FIERTH.COM – Twenty years ago (11/24/11), the world not only lost a great personality, a true showman, but lost the best. Freddie was brilliant, his legacy is incomparable. My biggest influence, my biggest idol, my male role model. As David Bowie said, he was definitely a man who could hold an audience in the palm of his hand. Rest in peace, dear. We will always miss you.
HTTP://FIERTH.COM -A 45-year-old man now living in the Bay Area may be the first person ever cured of AIDS, the result of the discovery of an apparent HIV immunity gene. Timothy Ray Brown tested positive for HIV back in 1995, but has now entered scientific journals as the first man in world history to have that HIV virus completely eliminated from his body in what doctors call a “functional cure.”