New test aids decision between intravenous and oral antibiotics for childhood infection

A simple new test developed at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and University of Melbourne will help clinicians decide whether to use oral or intravenous antibiotics to treat childhood infections. Developed and validated in children attending The Royal Children’s Hospital with a common skin infection, the Melbourne ASSET Risk Score is the first clinical risk score to help clinicians decide […]

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British lawmaker reveals to parliament he is HIV positive

A British lawmaker revealed he was HIV positive during an emotional speech to parliament on Thursday to mark the upcoming World AIDS day. Lloyd Russell-Moyle, 32, told his fellow lawmakers that he had been diagnosed HIV positive when he was aged 22. “Next year I will be marking an anniversary of my own, 10 years since I became HIV positive,” said Russell-Moyle, who represents the opposition […]

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HIV: protection for the Partner

Infection with the Aids Virus länot sst heal. But there are ways to avoid contagion, erklärt expert Norbert­ Brock Meyer Condoms are considered to be protection against many sexually ütransmitted diseases diseases Around 88 000 people in Germany with the Immunschwächevirus HIV infected, jäa year a little more than 3000. The number of new infections varies for about ten years. You […]

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In Ukraine launched the first course on the rights of people living with HIV

In 2017, Ukraine started the project HealthLink to the HIV epidemic in Ukraine. HealthLink is a five year project which will be implemented during the 2017-2022 12 regions of Ukraine: Dnipropetrovsk, Kirovograd, Zaporizhia, Donetsk, Odesa, Chernihiv, Poltava, Cherkasy, Kherson, Mykolaiv, Kyiv and Kiev. The project includes two major areas: service to customers and active advocacy at national and regional levels. […]

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