1. Hombre de Londres se cura del VIH gracias a trasplante de médula ósea que lo volvió inmune  RPP
  2. Segundo caso mundial de remisión del virus del sida en paciente I EL TIEMPO  EL TIEMPO
  3. VIH | Síntomas y formas de contagio de un virus con el que viven casi 37 millones de personas  El Comercio - Perú
  4. Informan de segundo caso de paciente curado del SIDA  Ahora Noticias
  5. Logran eliminar virus del VIH en paciente infectado  Noticias Telemundo
  6. Ver cobertura completa en Google Noticias
Es el segundo caso que se reporta en el mundo, luego de un individuo que también se curó del VIH por un trasplante de médula en Berlín. La inmunidad se debe a que la médula ósea tiene una mutación genética.Es el segundo caso que se reporta en el mundo, luego de un individuo que también se curó del VIH por un trasplante de médula en Berlín. La inmunidad se debe a que la médula ósea tiene una mutación genética.

Hombre de Londres se cura del VIH gracias a trasplante de médula ósea que lo volvió inmune | RPP Noticias

CIUDAD DE MÉXICO (apro).- Científicos británicos reportaron este martes el segundo caso en la historia de probable curación de una persona con el virus de la inmunodeficiencia humana (VIH), aunque la Organización de Naciones Unidas pidió tomar con cautela el avance. Este 5 de marzo, un grupo de especialistas publicó en edición digital de laLeer más

Científicos reportan segundo caso exitoso de probable cura del VIH; Onusida pide cautela - Proceso

Una de las preguntas sin respuesta que ha tenido por años a la comunidad científica haciendo trabajar sus neuronas es la cura del Sida.Una de las preguntas sin respuesta que ha tenido por años a la comunidad científica haciendo trabajar sus neuronas es la cura del Sida.

Paciente se sana del Sida: ¿se acerca la cura definitiva?

A continuación, hacemos repaso de los aspectos generales del VIH A continuación, hacemos repaso de los aspectos generales del VIH

Salud | VIH | Síntomas y formas de contagio de un virus con el que viven casi 37 millones de personas en el mundo | Tecnología y ciencias | Ciencias | El Comercio Perú

The latest worldwide HIV/AIDS news and updates, including treatment, prevention, and hepatitis and TB co-infections.Two studies published last month described promising new approaches which could stop HIV infecting cells. They could either eliminate or permanently suppress the activity of the so-called ‘reservoir’ cells which are the source of new virus in people taken off antiretroviral therapy (ART), and are the reason HIV infection is lifelong.The first class of drugs starve cells of the 'fuel' they need to produce HIV, while the second permamently suppresses the spark that ignites that fuel, so to speak.A team from the Institut Pasteur in Paris found that the vulnerability of T-cells to infection was critically dependent on how fast they are metabolising – how high their energy demand is and how fast they are turning fuels like glucose into energy. It found that cells with a high energy consumption are far more vulnerable to infection, and that although their speed of metabolism did correlate to what kind of T-cell they were, it was an independent kind of vulnerability to HIV that could be targeted by a new class of drugs. By slowing down cells’ metabolism by feeding them with a ‘dummy’ inactive form of glucose called 2-DG, they were able to selectively kill HIV-infected cells in the lab dish, even ones not actively producing HIV. One advantage of 2-DG is that it can be produced cheaply and is already under investigation in cancer, as a way of ‘starving’ tumour cells of energy. In the other study a team from the University of Pittsburgh screened a number of compounds that interfere with the genetic process that cause cells to become active – which means, in the case of HIV reservoir cells, that they start producing virus again. If cell activation, even off ART, could be prevented, then this would provide long-term remission from HIV infection – a so-called functional cure.This potential cure strategy has been called ‘block and lock’ by researchers, as it depends on suppressing HIV reservoir cells, as opposed to ‘kick and kill’, which is based on activating them. The first compound capable of doing this, called dCA, was found in experiments on mice in 2015. The Pittsburgh team screened a number of other compounds for similar activity and found one, PF-3758309, which was active at very low doses. The next part of the research will look at whether its suppressive effects in reservoir cells persist. PF-3758309 is also under investigation as a cancer therapy.

HIV & AIDS Information :: Two new types of cell therapy could target reservoir cells and permanently stop HIV infection

South Africa HIV statistics. Despite having the biggest HIV epidemic, South Africa now fully funds its HIV prevention efforts. South Africa HIV statistics. Despite having the biggest HIV epidemic, South Africa now fully funds its HIV prevention efforts. 

HIV and AIDS in South Africa | AVERT

“Amazing, hopeful news: Second patient free of HIV after stem-cell therapy https://t.co/GMQgoocwu6”

Chelsea Clinton on Twitter: "Amazing, hopeful news: Second patient free of HIV after stem-cell therapy https://t.co/GMQgoocwu6"

“Wow. The second patient ever to be cured of HIV. This is a huge milestone for science, and a promising development for the future of those whose lives are affected by HIV. https://t.co/k4GSanYJIR”

Joseph Gordon-Levitt on Twitter: "Wow. The second patient ever to be cured of HIV. This is a huge milestone for science, and a promising development for the future of those whose lives are affected by HIV. https://t.co/k4GSanYJIR"

“Second HIV Patient is in Remission, Cure May Be Discovered Soon https://t.co/NGIgLOzGBT”

DJ Vlad - VladTV.com on Twitter: "Second HIV Patient is in Remission, Cure May Be Discovered Soon https://t.co/NGIgLOzGBT"

“Isn’t this brilliant? You see, we can do amazing things too! After all the bad news we are seeing, this warms my heart. X UK patient 'free' of HIV after stem cell treatment https://t.co/t7Kk1xKXwe”

Mark King on Twitter: "Isn’t this brilliant? You see, we can do amazing things too! After all the bad news we are seeing, this warms my heart. X UK patient 'free' of HIV after stem cell treatment https://t.co/t7Kk1xKXwe"

La enfermedad irrumpió en los 80 y fue sinónimo de estigma social. Hoy, los tratamientos permitieron darle a los infectados la misma esperanza de vida que los seropositivos.   

Lo dijo Miguel Pedrola, el Director Científico para Latinoamérica y el Caribe en AIDS Healthcare Foundation, en diálogo con Cambio de Aire. | Sociedad | MdzOl.coLo dijo Miguel Pedrola, el Director Científico para Latinoamérica y el Caribe en AIDS Healthcare Foundation, en diálogo con Cambio de Aire. 

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