Immunocompromisation is a term you might hear health professionals use in conversation with you or with colleagues. To be immunocompromised means to have an impaired or weakened immune system.
What is HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) and AIDS?
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HIV can be a manageable disease and not a death sentence. Know your status and ensure your, as well as others, survival and peace of mind.
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Scientists have made significant progress with a special kind of HIV vaccine. The goal: allow HIV patients to halt daily dose ARVs. ‘Immunotherapy’ is engineered to target HIV and activate specific T helper cells.
How has antiretroviral therapy evolved over time?
Myths arise from a lack of accurate information about many elements in life. We shed some light on some myths about HIV.
There are 6.4 million HIV+ South Africans, 1 in 5 people living with HIV in the world are in South Africa. Find out what this means for relationships in our country.
Up to half of HIV+ people in Sub-Saharan Africa are in relationships with HIV negative partners. We tackle challenges faced by mixed-status couples.
More than 18% of the South African population is HIV positive. Learn the truth about HIV and the facts around it.
Hiv education usually focusses on adults, however its important to educate your children. We share a few reasons why educating children about HIV is important.