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Maryland Company Claims to Have Cure for HIV/AIDS Through Gene Therapy, Expects Clinical Trial in January: WATCH

American Gene Technologies in Rockville, Maryland says it has submitted an application to the FDA for a gene therapy it claims eliminates HIV. CBS Baltimore reports: “The company said the therapy, AGT103-T, is a genetically-modified product made from a person’s own cells that focuses on repairing damage to the immune system caused by HIV. The company expects to start a phase one clinical trial in humans in January.” Said Chief Science Officer C. David Pauza, PhD: “Our aim is to treat HIV disease with an innovative cell and gene therapy that reconstitutes...
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Non-binary person turned away from plasma donation centre because their gender does not align with sex assigned at birth

A non-binary person has claimed that they were turned away from a plasma donation centre in Minnesota because their gender identity does not align with the sex they were assigned at birth. The Minnesota Department of Human Rights (MDHR) has filed a lawsuit claiming that CSL Plasma in Minnesota denied Charlie Edgar the opportunity to donate plasma because of their gender identity. Edgar said that they went to a CSL Plasma clinic in September where they were asked about their medical history. They said they answered all the questions required...
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Scientists have discovered a new strain of HIV for the first time in nearly two decades

Researchers have said “there’s no reason to panic” about the discovery of an “outlier” HIV strain. The subtype is the first to be officially discovered since guidelines for classifying HIV subtypes were published in 2000, and has taken experts several years to pinpoint. The first two examples of the new strain were discovered in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1983 and 1990. But in order for scientists to declare it officially, a third case was needed. This was found in 2001, but to be sure that it matched the...
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More than half of people in India would refuse a life-saving donated organ from an LGBT person

More than half of people in India would refuse to receive, or would feel uncomfortable receiving, a life-saving donated organ from from an LGBT+ person. A survey by the Mumbai-based Edelweiss Tokio Life Insurance asked 1,565 respondents across 12 cities in India about their opinions on organ donation. Because of widespread belief in reincarnation, many Indians are concerned about donating organs because they think they will need them in future lives. One in five people who took part in the study believed that if they donated an organ they would...
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Scientists Discover First New Strain of HIV in Nearly 20 Years

Scientists have discovered HIV-1 group M subtype L, the first new strain of the HIV virus in 19 years during efforts to ensure that diagnostic tests for blood screening and detecting infectious diseases remain current. Scientific American reports: “In the early days of HIV/AIDS in the 1980s and 1990s, some blood donors unaware that they had HIV added the virus to the blood supply. A large number of patients who needed regular blood transfusions—among them, many with hemophilia—ended up contracting HIV and often dying. The supply has been essentially clear...
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