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UNC Physician Receives 2009 International Leadership Award From The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
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UNC Has Strong Presence at 5th International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention
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Seeking a link between cancer and viruses, the Malawi Surgical Initiative is underway
By Diane Shaw
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Longer breastfeeding along with antiretroviral drugs could lower HIV transmission to babies
New research finds that early weaning – stopping breastfeeding before six months – is of little, if any, protective value against HIV transmission nor is it safe for infant survival.
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Study shows nurses can safely and effectively manage antiretroviral treatment
A crucial alternative to doctor monitoring in light of shortage of health care workers around the world
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Two researchers at UNC Project-Malawi recognized with Young Investigator Awards
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Expanded partnership between UNC Project-Malawi and Malawi College of Medicine will improve the quality of clinical training in Malawi
UNC-Project Malawi staff train Malawi College of Medicine medical students in order to approve HIV clinical care in Malawi.
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UNC receives nearly $2.2 million to study nutritional supplements to protect HIV-positive mothers and their infants in Africa
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UNC study: Antiretroviral drugs for mothers, nevirapine syrup for babies both effective in preventing HIV transmission through breast milk
UNC Study reveals that giving antiretroviral drugs to HIV-infected breastfeeding mothers in sub-Saharan Africa or giving an HIV-fighting syrup to their babies are both effective.
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UNC researchers earn prestigious Charles C. Shepard Award
UNC researchers have been awarded the prestigious Charles C. Shepard Science Award in the category of Prevention and Control by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for their paper titled, “Maternal or infant antiretroviral drugs to reduce HIV-1 transmission.”
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