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TV listening and hearing aids

29.06.2018 | Olaf Strelcyk; Gurjit Singh, PLoS ONE, 2018

by Olaf Strelcyk, Gurjit Singh TV listening plays a large role in the lives of hearing-impaired (HI) individuals. Yet, few studies have examined TV listening in this group. In this paper, we report the findings of an online survey on TV listening conducted among HI individuals with and without ...

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Viruses, Vol. 10, Pages 345: Delivering Phage Products to Combat Antibiotic Resistance in Developing Countries: Lessons Learned from the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Africa

27.06.2018 | Nagel, Tobi E., Viruses, 2018

Viruses, Vol. 10, Pages 345: Delivering Phage Products to Combat Antibiotic Resistance in Developing Countries: Lessons Learned from the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Africa Viruses doi: 10.3390/v10070345 Authors: Tobi E. Nagel The antimicrobial resistance (AMR) crisis and HIV/AIDS epidemic ...

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Dark nights, bright stars

15.06.2018 | Jon Cohen, Science , 2018

At a time when HIV epidemics in Western Europe are shrinking, Russia's is growing by about 10% a year. Russia, in fact, between 2010 and 2015 accounted for more than 80% of all the new infections in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Not only has the country turned away assistance from The Global ...

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The loyal opposition

15.06.2018 | Jon Cohen, Science , 2018

Russian government officials who speak critically about their leadership often find themselves out of a job—or worse. Vadim Pokrovsky, who heads the Federal Center for the Prevention and Control of the Spread of AIDS in Moscow, blasts his government for its lackluster response to HIV/AIDS and ...

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Far from over

15.06.2018 | Jon Cohen, Science , 2018

Powerful tools exist now to stop AIDS and HIV transmission, which has led to an international push to end AIDS by 2030. But not everywhere is making progress toward that ambitious goal. A unique package of graphics looks at HIV/AIDS around the world using five different metrics: How many people ...

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The Sunshine State's dark cloud

15.06.2018 | Jon Cohen, Science , 2018

Miami in 2016 was in first place on the list that ranks U.S. cities by new HIV diagnoses. And three other cities in Florida were also on the list. Florida also has more cases of AIDS than any state. The problem is complex, and it differs in the cities and rural areas. Miami has a terrifically ...

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HIV—No time for complacency

15.06.2018 | Quarraisha Abdool Karim; Salim S. Abdool Karim, Science , 2018

Today, the global HIV epidemic is widely viewed as triumph over tragedy. This stands in stark contrast to the first two decades of the epidemic, when AIDS was synonymous with suffering and death. But have we turned the tide on HIV sufficiently to warrant directing our attention and investments ...

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Status symbol

15.06.2018 | Jon Cohen, Science , 2018

Pavel Lobkov, a well-known anchor on the news station TV Rain, in 2015 took an action that few prominent Russians have dared to take: He went public with the fact that he is living with HIV. Stigma and discrimination against HIV-infected people still runs high in Russia, leading many to avoid ...

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Poster couple

15.06.2018 | Jon Cohen, Science , 2018

Tatiana Vinogradova, deputy director of St. Petersburg's AIDS center, is married to an HIV-positive man, Andrey Skvortsov. Many couples of course have "discordant" HIV status, but because Vinogradova is a leader in the city's response to the epidemic and Skvortsov is a well-known patient ...

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Encephalitis is mediated by ROP18 of Toxoplasma gondii, a severe pathogen in AIDS patients [Medical Sciences]

05.06.2018 | Ran An; Yuewen Tang; Lijian Chen; Haijian Cai; De-Hua Lai; Kang Liu; Lijuan Wan; Linli Gong; Li Yu; Qingli Luo; Jilo ..., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2018

As a neurotropic parasite, Toxoplasma predominantly interacts with neurons throughout CNS infection and causes severe damage to the brain. In patients with severe immune dysfunction, dormant encysted bradyzoites can reactivate into fast-replicating tachyzoites and may cause damage to the brain. ...

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