In what’s being called a landmark study, researchers using gene therapy have successfully treated six patients with severe hemophilia B, a blood-clotting disorder.
It’s a cold Thursday night in Chicago. C.J. Wilson is standing at the bank of elevators on the second floor of the Hyatt Regency off Michigan Avenue. None of the people from the large crowd passing by notice they’re walking with an All-Star pitcher who is one month removed from an American League championship, and he is okay with that.
It’s been 30 years since the war on HIV/AIDS formally began. The new documentary, “Bad Blood: A Cautionary Tale”, focuses on the HIV/AIDS epidemic and how a so-called ‘miracle treatment’ became a death sentence for thousands.
45-year-old Andy Matthews is the epitome of vibrance and health. He is an avid biker and a businessman, but he is also living with HIV.
Josh Gordy is thrilled to be here. Not thrilled to be playing in the biggest game in football (although he is) he’s thrilled to be playing pro football period.