Last Posted: May 05, 2020
- Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for HIV Prevention: Emerging Approaches to Ending the Epidemic.
Marcus Julia L et al. Current HIV/AIDS reports 2020 Apr
- Illuminating HIV outbreaks with AMD
CDC, October 2019
- People at High Risk For Flu Complications
- Using big data analytics to improve HIV medical care utilisation in South Carolina: A study protocol.
Olatosi Bankole et al. BMJ open 2019 Jul 9(7) e027688
- Crowdsourcing to Improve HIV and Sexual Health Outcomes: a Scoping Review.
Tang Weiming et al. Current HIV/AIDS reports 2019 Jun
- National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
CDC, March 10, 2019
- The end of HIV transmission in the U.S.: A once-unthinkable dream becomes an openly discussed goal
Branswell H. STAT, Sep 26, 2018.
- Did CRISPR help - or harm - the first-ever gene-edited babies?
J Cohen, Science, August 1, 2019
- Detection of Leishmania DNA in saliva among patients with HIV/AIDS in Trang Province, southern Thailand.
Pandey Netranapha et al. Acta tropica 2018 Jun
- Gene Editing for Good: How CRISPR Could Transform Global Development
B Gates, Foreign Affairs, Apr 10, 2018
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