California Senate Committee approves bill that could allow HIV-positive guys to have sperm washed The California Senate Health Committee on Wednesday voted unanimously to approve a bill that could allow HIV-positive men to have their sperm washed and used for fertility treatments, including artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization, under certain guidelines, the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Chronicle reports . The condition in 1989 started prohibiting HIV-positive people from donating sperm, blood or tissue so that they can curb the spread of the virus.This task shall address the need to improve the speed, cost and quality of paediatric formulation advancement by drawing on the combined expertise of the consortium members. The target is to deliver a novel, commercially available, regulatory-approved platform to recognize the most appropriate delivery strategy. Molecular Profiles' ceo Nikin Patel stated: ‘This collaborative project is an ambitious venture targeted at creating a strategic pathway to expedite the advancement of paediatric formulations, establishing the UK as a worldwide leader in this specific area. Receipt of the Technology Technique Plank grant shall enable us to move forward with this multi-partner project. ‘To be engaged with such credible consortium members from both huge pharmaceutical businesses and academia is thrilling for Molecular Profiles.