A private foundation will finance a three-year study on the use of the drug Interferon to treat AIDS in homosexual men.
Hospital officials in Miami, Florida, are anxiously seeking a foster home for a 14-month-old girl with the killer disease AIDS. The baby’s mother, a 33-year-old Haitian immigrant, died of AIDS three weeks ago and the father has disappeared.
Sweden’s National Blood Transfusion Centre has asked homosexuals to stop giving blood in an effort to halt the spread of AIDS.
A Californian blood products company has withdrawn 16 lots of a blood clotting factor used by haemophiliacs after it was discovered the donor had died of AIDS.
Cleo has the first in-depth look at AIDS in an Australian women’s magazine.
Australia could be the first country to isolate the AIDS virus, leading to a possible cure, according to the head of the Federal Government’s working party on AIDS, Professor David Pennington.
An Indonesian doctor has established that the dreaded disease, AIDS, has made its appearance in Indonesia.
A $100,000 fund for research into acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) has been established by the National Health and Medical Research Council.
The number of Europeans suffering from AIDS has more than doubled this year. But evidence shows that the general public has little cause for alarm.
The inhaling of amyl-nitrate and other nitrates popular among homosexuals has been thought to be a risk factor [for AIDS], but a study by the Centre for Communicable Diseases in Atlanta concluded these drugs are not responsible for the basic immune defects characteristic of AIDS.