Carlson said it is a "super vulgar personal question" to ask if someone has received a shot of a COVID vaccine.
Shares of the biotech's stock more than doubled in value following the announcement and were up 130 percent Monday morning.
"Tackling the COVID-19 pandemic requires both prevention via vaccine and targeted treatment for those who contract the virus," Pfizer's Chief Scientific Officer Mikael Dolsten said on Tuesday.
Tanzania President John Magufuli's bizarre denial of COVID-19 echoes the disastrous mistakes of Thabo Mbeki, South Africa's former president, who famously denied the existence of HIV and AIDS.
New vaccines for HIV and seasonal flu are currently under development using the mRNA technique, along with vaccine therapies that could provide new treatments for cancer and other ailments.
Two California OB/GYNs allegedly refused to provide routine care to an HIV-positive woman, according to lawsuits filed Thursday by the U.S. Department of Justice.
"Although it might seem counter-intuitive, from a research ethics viewpoint, this is a success," said researcher Diego Silva.
The first reported case of HIV was in 1981. Today, over 38 million people worldwide have the virus.
Grindr has fixed a vulnerability described by a security researcher as 'one of the most basic account takeover techniques I've seen,' which could have granted easy access to anyone's account.
The team hopes the work brings us a step closer to new treatments.
Dr. Anna Powell of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine told Newsweek the study suggests bacterial vaginosis is not just down to "something the female partner is or isn't doing."
Experimental drug lenacapvir may be effective in the treatment or prevention of HIV for six months or longer after a single injection, new research suggests.
"13 Reasons Why" Season 4 managed to get one more controversial storyline in under the wire when Justin Foley went from being diagnosed with HIV to dying of AIDS-related complications within minutes.
Kramer was an important part of establishing two important organizations that helped people living with AIDS.
If successfully downloaded, attackers can "run programs and access victims' data including sensitive personal and financial information," Proofpoint researchers warned.
In North America, air pollution wipes 1.4 years off people's lives on average, which could mostly be avoided if we stopped burning fossil fuels.
Vice President Mike Pence's slow response to the 2015 outbreak of HIV in Indiana while he was that state's governor resurfaced after President Donald Trump named him the head of the U.S. Coronavirus task force, a choice Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders called, "Disgusting."
There are currently no specific treatments for the virus, which has killed almost 2,000 people.
"Viruses, like all organisms, adapt and evolve," co-author Joel Wertheim told Newsweek.
He was jailed for three years and fined $430,000.
Rudolph Jericho Smith, 37, was sentenced to 30 years in Frederick County Circuit Court in Maryland, but a judge suspended his sentence to nine years.
Critics say the ads hark back to controversial marketing in the 1980s that stigmatized LGBTQ communities.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is the lone prevention treatment for people susceptible to HIV infection, but it's notoriously expensive in the United States.
Research on the birth of twins after genome editing for HIV resistance was sent to MIT Technology Review earlier this year.
Once an epicenter for HIV transmission in the United States, New York City reported Monday that more than 90 percent of HIV-positive residents are diagnosed and undergoing treatment.
With about 1.1 million Americans living with HIV, and no outright cure on the horizon, is the United States anywhere close to eradicating the virus?
World AIDS Day is held every year to support the 37 million people who live with HIV and remember those who have died from AIDS since it was discovered in the late 20th century.
The number of Latinx people newly infected with HIV virus spiked an estimated 14 percent between 2010 and 2016.