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Kirby Institute Seminar Series - 30th September 2014

Added 30 Sep 2014 -
Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Professor Rodney Phillips - "HIV and Darwinism." Biography : "Prof. Phillips works on the evolution of HIV. HIV is one of the most variable infectious agents ever...
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Kirby Institute Seminar Series - 26th September 2014

Added 26 Sep 2014 -
Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Amit Achhra - “Risk, risk factors and management strategies of CVD and CKD in HIV: recent developments." Abstract: Cardiovascular and chronic kidney disease (CVD and...
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Kirby Institute Seminar Series - 19th September 2014

Added 19 Sep 2014 -
Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Chan Phetsouphanh - "Novel approaches to the characterization of antigen-specific CD4+ T cells in HIV-1 infection."   Abstract:  Immune reconstitution is typical in...
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World-first hepatitis C trial in prisons launched

Added 17 Sep 2014 -
Today, UNSW Australia announced that it will lead a world-first study to evaluate highly curative new hepatitis C treatments as a means of preventing hepatitis C spread within prisons. The SToP-C study (...
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Hepatitis C rates drop in Sydney's injecting drug users

Added 15 Sep 2014 -
The incidence of hepatitis C among Sydney’s injecting drug users appears to have dropped over the past decade, according to research published in the Medical Journal of Australia. Data were analysed from 129...
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