New study suggests stem cell transplant cures HIV

On the heels of World AIDS Day comes a stunning medical breakthrough: Doctors believe an HIV-positive man who underwent a stem cell transplant has been cured as a result of the procedure.

Timothy Ray Brown, also known as the “Berlin Patient,” received the transplant in 2007 as part of a lengthy treatment course for leukemia. His doctors recently published a report in the journal Blood affirming that the results of extensive testing “strongly suggest that cure of HIV infection has been achieved.”

Campus Life

Student-Athelets engage youth in educational outreach about HIV/AIDS

The Grassroot Project is one of the first 501(c)(3) organizations to be designed, initiated, and managed completely by NCAA Division I varsity athletes. It uses the platform and universal language of sports and the role model status of local student-athletes to engage youth in educational outreach about HIV/AIDS.

Health + Wellness

Common Jamaican Tea Fights Diabetes & HIV AIDS


Scientists have identified several active proteins in the cerasse bush are potentially cheaper alternative treatments for HIV/AIDS.


Origins of AIDS

The following documentary claims that HIVAIDS was created by European scientists who were researching a Polio Vaccination. This Vaccination was forced upon millions of Africans living in the Congo and has spread exponentially since the late 1950’s. The video is long but worth it.
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