SV40 and Vaccine Contamination

As the world races to fast-track a COVID-19 vaccine, bringing an experimental shot to market faster than has ever occurred in history, the potential risks of medical procedures like vaccination must be carefully weighed. Unintended harms can and do occur following vaccination, and the inactivated and live polio vaccines are prime examples. From 1955 to… Read More »

UK: Black people less likely to be engaged in HIV care, with more cases of viral rebound

There are ethnic disparities in relation to two key indicators of the quality of HIV care, but there are no differences in viral suppression within a year of starting treatment, Dr Rageshri Dhairyawan told the virtual British HIV Association (BHIVA) conference yesterday. Although the differences are not large, dealing with them is necessary if the… Read More »

Positive and negative effects of high fat diet

High oxidative capacity due to chronic exercise training attenuates lipid-induced. But not all fats are created equal insulin resistance. Gut-derived lipopolysaccharide augments adipose macrophage accumulation but is not essential. Low-carbohydrate-high-fat LCHF diets are efficient for weight loss, and are also used by healthy people to maintain bodyweight. The second aim of the study was to… Read More »

BearingPoint//Beyond partners with IoT.nxt to help CSPs capitalize on vertical 5G, IoT & Edge opportunities

New capabilities enabling Communications Service Providers (CSPs) to launch vertical solutions in a matter of days will facilitate the shift from a connectivity only approach, to orchestrator of a new generation of B2B products and services Amsterdam – November 19, 2020 – BearingPoint//Beyond, a digital platform solution provider, and IoT.nxt, a leading Internet of Things… Read More »

HIV is an independent risk factor for smoking-related cancers, especially in women

New research provides compelling evidence that infection with HIV is an independent risk factor for developing smoking-related cancers. Published in AIDS, the study’s findings are especially important because they compared cancer-risk between closely-matched individuals with and without HIV who were enrolled in long-standing cohort studies. Women with HIV appeared to have an especially high risk… Read More »