The latest early trial data suggests that current daily HIV pill regimens could potentially be replaced with injections that slowly release medication for the virus over time. This new method has proven to be as successful as current treatment plans and could provide the same benefits in just six injections annually. Antiretroviral treatment suppresses the
A study funded by the NIHR, NIH, Wellcome Trust and the Medical Research Council have discovered 31 new gene regions that are linked with blood pressure. Hailed as one of the largest studies to date, the study involves over 347,000 people led by Queen Mary’s university of London and the University of Cambridge.