Rutgers' New Jersey Medical School is a test site for a first-of-its-kind study to determine whether infusing HIV-negative men with antibodies will prevent them from becoming infected.
Rutgers University and Dartmouth College researchers find promise of a new treatment approach in a drug that targets HIV and prevents its rebound.
When the world was slow to grasp the epidemic’s magnitude, he also became a leading AIDS activist.
One in seven Americans with HIV is unaware of the infection..
For many of her 27 years striving to prevent pregnant women from transmitting the HIV virus to their newborns, Carolyn Burr shared her multiple sclerosis diagnosis with only her closest colleagues.
Graduate student John Turner grew up in Camden and now helps to provide services in poor communities.
Born at the beginning of the epidemic, few students realize the panic and discrimination that surrounded an HIV diagnosis back then.
Infection is a major global health problem affecting 160 million people worldwide.
Thanks to the right meds, treating people with HIV/AIDS evolved to caring for the living. But other barriers to delivering that care remain, including nursing and other health care provider shortages, the stigma of HIV, and health literacy.
The university is receiving federal funding to train more nurses, particularly in urban areas.