Scientists developed a USB stick that can perform an HIV test
The compact device could be used by doctors and patients to monitor treatment.
Science exonerates HIV's 'Patient 0'
Genetic reconstruction shows that the virus had been circulating for years in the US before the patient arrived.
HIV researchers edge closer to a cure
An experimental treatment appears to have erased all traces of the virus, but the jury's still out.
Researchers want to block HIV with a 'therapeutic' virus
This could finally lead to a functional vaccine.
Test-driving LELO's 'condom of the future'
Can high-tech inspiration change our perception of the centuries-old prophylactic?
HIV antibodies guarded monkeys from the disease for six months
If the trials go well, this could lead to better preventative treatments.
HIV resists attempts to cripple it with gene editing
There may be a workaround for neutering the virus, but it won't be easy.
Stanford's HIV and cancer test detects their presence earlier
And earlier detection means more effective treatment.
Medicated vaginal ring can reduce risk of HIV infection
Two separate studies tested the silicone ring on African women.