There are some interesting news and case studies concerning HIV/AIDS today. Today’s update goes to show how much we still do not understand about the virus and how important cures are for the millions of people suffering with stigmatization and fear over this disease.

HIV/AID News – 12 August 2017

  1. Dr Paul Sax’s Comment On HIV

In a commentary published on Medscape, Dr Paul Sax from Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School commented that there are benefits from early therapy, but is not equivalent to a cure in the strictest sense. There have been prolonged periods of no HIV virus detection when early intervention kicks in, and he drew references from a child borne to a HIV infected mother (9 years non-detection) and an adult male (230 days non-detection).

  1. Campaign Launched In Jamaica To Encourage Life-Long Medication For HIV Sufferers

The Ministry of Health in Jamaica has launched a social media marketing campaign to inform people to get tested for their HIV status and if tested positive, to start getting on antiretroviral therapy (ART) according to Jamaica Social Investment Fund.

  1. South African Actress Sadie Brown Speaks Out For HIV

An inspiring story of a young girl who was diagnosed with HIV through no fault of her own. Now an actress, she has spoken out for HIV. She is speaking out for HIV and we find that inspiring. A whole life of drug dependency awaits her if there is no cure.

We started this site to first educate, and then inspire and then find true cures. The many stories from around the world only reinforces the notion that there is a need for CuraHOPE. In the future, pharmaceutical companies might be bought up, people might lose jobs, but at least nobody will have to die. It’s a risk we at CuraHOPE are willing to take to eradicate diseases from the world.

About the Author Shane

Shane is passionate about the medical industry and constantly envisions a world without incurable diseases and chronic conditions. He seeks to use his entrepreneurship, venture capital and sales and marketing experience to bring real change to the medical industry, one insight at a time. In his spare time, he likes to spend time with his family, do online learning and read.

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