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1 hr ago | The Telegraph
Scores of underprivileged people, including children, grappling with HIV are not being treated in Kolhan because the region's lone state-owned anti-retroviral treatment centre has run out of life-saving medicines.
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The U.N. human rights chief says Nigeria's new anti-gay law may have "negative consequences" for public health.
8 hrs ago | LiveScience
A 46-year-old woman in Texas likely acquired HIV from her female partner in what health officials say is a rare case of female-to-female transmission of the virus.
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Authorities in Nyamagabe District are reminded to stick to their commitment in protecting victims of HIV/AIDS, help them and double efforts in preventing new infections in the area.
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- The healthcare delivery system in the United States is -- to put it simply -- "messed up," according to Dr. Michael Saag, a world-renowned AIDs researcher at UAB.
Preliminary results from a study tracking HIV transmission and sexual acts among HIV-mixed - serodiscordant - couples finds that there still hasn't been HIV transmission, even after 30,000 sex acts.
HIV testing and counseling as well as needle exchange and drug programs for injection drug users appear to lower AIDS rates in heterosexuals.
One woman's uncommon ability to fight her HIV infection may provide new insights for developing a vaccine that triggers a special immune response against the viral disease, researchers said.
A group of students calling themselves HYPE are committed to stopping the spread of HIV/AIDS.
Health officials say more work is needed to fight HIV/AIDS in Laos, which has an over-reliance on foreign donors and lack of government support, as well as limited treatment coverage and a widespread gap of awareness and testing.
As budget cuts continue to take a hit on New York City AIDS Service Organizations, two local groups applaud efforts by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo to ensure that people living with HIV/AIDS aren't homeless or hungry.
Children's hospitals in Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto are starting an investigation to see whether newborn babies - those only hours old - have a unique ability to throw off HIV.
Here are some sections of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, which was displayed at Delgado Community College in March 2013.
Just days ago The Journal of New England Medicine announced that scientists were able to genetically modify white blood cells in 12 HIV patients so that the body was able to fight the virus.
Our view: The city's needle exchange program has already cut transmission rates for HIV and other infections; legislation in the General Assembly would make it more effective Nearly three decades into the AIDS epidemic, medical professionals now have a much better understanding of the disease and how to treat it.
Improvements in prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV in South Africa are not translating into a reduction in maternal deaths due to HIV infection, according to a 15-year review of data from a large district referral hospital in Johannesburg, researchers reported at the 21st Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections last ... (more)