The Nobel Assembly the Nobel Foundation said in a statement that the ‘significance ‘of Barre-Sinoussi and Montagnier ‘services should be viewed in the context of a global ubiquitous epidemic affecting almost 1 percent of the population ‘. The statement also said that was the discovery of HIV, the prerequisite for current understanding of the biology of HIV / AIDS and antiretroviral treatment. This is. ‘This is the identification of important details in its replication cycle and how the virus is allowed to interact with their host Moreover, it led to the development of methods to diagnose infected patients and blood Screen ‘(Knight / Moore, AP / Los Angeles times.. French researchers Francoise Barre – Sinoussi and Luc Montagnier were awarded the 2008 Nobel Prize in medicine on Monday for their work in the discovery of HIV, AFP / Yahoo! Asia News reported.
HIV-positive people examines drug access sub ADAPS The AIDS Drug Assistance Program: Securing HIV / AIDS drugs for the poor and uninsured nation . AIDS Institute / AIDS Action: examined the paper, the AIDS Drug Assistance Program of the Ryan White Program and how appropriate it provides access to drugs for HIV-positive people in the U.S. About 158,000 low-income and underinsured people – or about one in four people received / HIV AIDS treatment in the country – receive medication and other services by ADAPS. The paper found that despite a budget of $ 1.4 billion in federal and state funding, ADAPS not meet HIV-positive people needs fully – 45 percent of people need medication and can not receive it, so the authors. Continue reading