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The First Person to Be Cured of HIV Has Passed Away From Cancer
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The first person to be cured of HIV, Timothy Ray Brown - known as the "Berlin Patient" - has died from cancer, the International AIDS Society (IAS) announced Wednesday. 

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COVID-19 may never go away even with a vaccine, become endemic like HIV: Report | Health Tips and News
Submitted 155 day(s) ago by system

Even after a COVID-19 vaccine is developed and deployed, the coronavirus will likely remain for years to come, and may eventually, become endemic like HIV, measles and chickenpox, says a report.

‘Larry Kramer Changed My Life.’ Ellen Barkin, Joel Grey, Anthony Rapp, and Others Recall a ‘Hero’ and Friend
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After Larry Kramer’s death, Ellen Barkin, Joel Grey, Anthony Rapp, Matt Bomer, Michelangelo Signorile, Sean Strub, Daryl Roth, and William J. Mann share their memories of a friend.

Antibody blocks infection by the SARS-CoV-2 in cells, scientists discover -- ScienceDaily
Submitted 179 day(s) ago by system

Researchers report that they have identified a fully human monoclonal antibody that prevents the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus from infecting cultured cells. The discovery is an initial step towards developing a fully human antibody to treat or prevent the respiratory disease COVID-19 caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.

    Clinical trials for a Covid-19 vaccine to begin in Rochester | WHAM
    Submitted 185 day(s) ago by system

    Rochester, N. Y. - Local researchers are preparing to test a vaccine that could help prevent COVID-19. Rochester Clinical Research is seeking healthy volunteers between ages 19 to 85. For 25 years, RCR has conducted vaccine tests. The process to develop a vaccine for Ebola, a disease similar to the coronavirus, took more than five years. COVID-19 has crushed that timeline. "That's a long time," Adam Larrabee, RCR's president, said of the Ebola vaccine.

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