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2 hrs ago | Ghanamma.com
The 2012 National HIV/AIDS and Reproductive Health Survey-Plus which was recently released by the Federal Government indicate that Nigeria now has HIV prevalence rate of 3.4 per cent with Rivers State leading other states of the country with a prevalence rate of 15.2 per cent.
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6 hrs ago | KRMG-AM Tulsa
The fight against HIV has suffered a disheartening setback after the virus reemerged in two patients previously believed to have been functionally cured.
10 hrs ago | GhanaWeb
Mr. Bede Ziedeng, the Northern Regional Minister has said false prophets and herbalists who profess to have the cure for HIV and AIDS were barriers in the quest to reduce HIV infections.
In what some call a watershed moment, former president of South Africa Nelson Mandela, who died Thursday, helped change the course of AIDS awareness on Jan. 6, 2005.
Health advocates said they are calling for a halt to production on Los Angeles porn movies after an unidentified actor's HIV test came back positive.
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Eighteen-year-old Maureen Phiri from Malawi knows first-hand about the loneliness of HIV.
The Minnesota Street Market in St. Joseph is hosting a series of events aimed at raising awareness of HIV and AIDS in Central Minnesota.
Mumbai, Dec 6 : Mumbai-based internationally renowned choreographer and singer Shiamak Davar has joined the 'End AIDS India' initiative being shaped to provide the opportunity for citizens to become 'Heroes for Zero' - zero new HIV infections, zero stigma & discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths.
Sad news from the front of the fight against AIDS: Two HIV-positive people who underwent bone marrow transplants and were thought to be functionally cured have tested positive for the virus again.
A giant red ribbon hangs from the North Portico of the White House to mark World AIDS Day, December 1, 2013, in Washington.
Earlier this week, a CDC study and interviews with HIV/AIDS specialists both came to the same conclusion: that young gay men are becoming ambivalent about the disease.
The third annual AIDS Awareness Festival helped to spread knowledge and prevention methods with performances, speakers, Chinese food and a whole lot of condoms.
Nelson Mandela was one of the first public figures to break the taboo over AIDS in South Africa, a disease that hit close to home when it claimed the life of his own son.
Because World AIDS Day fell on a Sunday this year, FAMU's Student Health Services and community partners held the vigil on Thursday.
"There wasn't even an ad campaign aimed at young black men until last year," says one sexual health advocate Despite significant progress in preventing and treating HIV in recent years, the number of people nationwide who contract the infection each year remains consistent at around 50,000, and a growing number of them are poor, young black and ... (more)