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NIH, Gates pledge $200m for HIV and sickle cell gene therapies

NIH, Gates pledge $200m for HIV and sickle cell gene therapies

for sickle cell disease (SCD) and HIV that will be available for patients in lower-income countries. ... person infected with HIV by mimicking a rare form of natural immunity to the virus.

Latest news

  • J&J pledges $500m investment into HIV and tuberculosis R&D J&J pledges $500m investment into HIV and tuberculosis R&D

    Using this investment, J&J has said it will continue to advance various investigational vaccine regimes to help prevent HIV. ... J&J is also  partnered with GlaxoSmithKline subsidiary ViiV Healthcare on a long-acting injectable two-drug regimen for the

  • HIV meeting hears progress towards vaccine and cure HIV meeting hears progress towards vaccine and cure

    There’s still a lot of work to do to extend the benefits of drug therapy to people around the world, and vaccines could make a critical contribution to controlling HIV ... Eliminating the HIV reservoir. The main reason drug therapy for HIV can control

  • ViiV bags EU okay for new two-drug HIV therapy ViiV bags EU okay for new two-drug HIV therapy

    Rivals Gilead's Biktarvy. ViiV Healthcare now has approval on both sides of the Atlantic for two-drug HIV therapy Dovato after a green light from the EMA. ... It claims the two-drug regimens can reduce drug exposure and side effects, as well as improve

  • Dovato approval key for Glaxo in HIV treatment Dovato approval key for Glaxo in HIV treatment

    The HIV therapy market is also likely to be affected by the arrival of generic versions of lamivudine. ... Gilead’s GS-6207 is a novel HIV-1 capsid inhibitor is seen as a potential component in a future long-acting therapy.

  • GSK, J&J say monthly injection keeps HIV controlled GSK, J&J say monthly injection keeps HIV controlled

    The long-acting antiretroviral therapy (ART) could mean that more patients adhere to the treatment regimen needed to suppress HIV, and avoid the risk of skipped doses that can help viral ... In three patients on the injectable (1%) there was a failure to

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Latest Intelligence

  • Choices, choices: the rapidly evolving HIV treatment landscape Choices, choices: the rapidly evolving HIV treatment landscape

    This type of combination therapy is known as highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART), and remains the recommended treatment for HIV today. ... Ipsos' HIV Therapy Monitor data shows that the top reason for prescribing an STR is convenience.

  • Top of the charts

    Client:University of Liverpool. Agency:eMedFusion, a division of the KP360 Group. Campaign:HIV iCharts. ... HIV iCharts was launched with great success at the 10th International Congress on Drug Therapy in HIV Infection in November 2010, reaching number

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Latest appointments

  • emotive boosts its client services team emotive boosts its client services team

    Fay Lepley also joins the agency as an account executive and has had experience working in PR and healthcare communications across several therapy areas including cardiovascular, diabetes and HIV. ... Completing the new team line-up, Sabrina Mohamed has

  • GSK's Deborah Waterhouse to take over from ViiV' Dominique Limet GSK's Deborah Waterhouse to take over from ViiV' Dominique Limet

    GlaxoSmithKline has promoted Deborah Waterhouse to replace ViiV Healthcare's CEO Dominique Limet when he steps down from the HIV-focused firm at the end of March. ... I have had the pleasure to work with an exceptional team and am proud of how the

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Latest from PMHub

  • emotive takes Gold and Silver at PM Society Digital Awards 2018!

    innovation. emotive used an innovative technology platform in a live meetings setting to engage an audience of top HIV clinicians. ... Commenting on the news, Senior Account Director and HIV lead for emotive,  Andrew Parry, said, “The team at emotive

  • emotive. expands client services team

    as an Account Manager. A Biology graduate from the University of Leeds, Rob has experience working in infectious diseases, rare diseases and medical devices, amongst other therapy areas. ... HIV.  . Lizzie Nayman, Client Services Director for emotive.

  • A fast-growing client services team at emotive.

    Fay has previous experience working in PR and healthcare communications across a number of therapy areas, including cardiovascular, diabetes and HIV. ... Also with a Biomedical Science degree, Sabrina worked in healthcare public relations, specifically

  • Marketing strategy in complex environments

    Whilst not new, this approach is becoming increasingly effective for certain therapy areas, particularly  oncology. ... Another popular combination therapy is  HAART: Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy  used for HIV where six major types of drugs

  • Infographic: HIV Market Snapshot

    Our latest HIV infographic, taken from data collected from syndicated tracking study Therapy Watch, reveals that more than 3 in 5 naive or switch patients  are currently treated with a STR ... Therapy Watch HIV patient data is collected bi-monthly from

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