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World AIDS Day: 18 million people taking antiretroviral therapy to fight HIV - Hindustan Times;

World AIDS Day: 18 million people taking antiretroviral therapy to fight HIV - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesWorld AIDS Day: 18 million people taking antiretroviral therapy to fight HIVHindustan TimesOver 18 million HIV positive people are currently taking antiretroviral therapy (ART) with as many still unable to access the life-saving treatment, the WHO said, issuing new guidelines on self-testing to improve access to HIV diagnosis. health and ...and more »

India can end HIV epidemic by 2030, says health minister Nadda - Hindustan Times;

India can end HIV epidemic by 2030, says health minister Nadda - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesIndia can end HIV epidemic by 2030, says health minister NaddaHindustan TimesIndia can put an end to its HIV/Aids epidemic by 2030, said Union health minister JP Nadda on the occasion of World Aids Day. india Updated: Dec 02, 2016 00:36 IST. Hindustan Times. Jagat Prakash Nadda. India can put an end to its HIV/Aids epidemic by ...and more »

When Will We Eradicate HIV/AIDS—Or Will We Ever? - Esquire.com;

When Will We Eradicate HIV/AIDS—Or Will We Ever? - Esquire.com

Esquire.comWhen Will We Eradicate HIV/AIDS—Or Will We Ever?Esquire.comSome mathematical models suggest that in 1981, when Dr. Michael Gottlieb first reported a mysterious disease he saw in five patients, more than 250,000 Americans had already been infected with HIV. Today, 36.7 million people live with HIV/AIDS ...and more »

Government of Canada announces progress and new investments to eliminate HIV/AIDS as a public health threat - Canada NewsWire (press release)

Government of Canada announces progress and new investments to eliminate HIV/AIDS as a public health threatCanada NewsWire (press release)OTTAWA, Dec. 1, 2016 /CNW/ - HIV is a serious but preventable disease that continues to pose a public health risk for Canadians. Today, on World AIDS Day, the Honourable Jane Philpott, Minister of Health, announced Canada's progress in reaching the ...and more »

For one Egyptian with HIV, the stigma is too much to bear - Medical Xpress;

For one Egyptian with HIV, the stigma is too much to bear - Medical Xpress

Medical XpressFor one Egyptian with HIV, the stigma is too much to bearMedical XpressIn this Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016 photo, Ahmed, who is living with HIV, rests at the office of the Roaya Association for Integrated Development, the largest of the few groups in Egypt that look after people living with HIV. Ahmed spoke to The …more.and more »

Southern Africa's AIDS epidemic takes nosedive - Science Magazine;

Southern Africa's AIDS epidemic takes nosedive - Science Magazine

Science MagazineSouthern Africa's AIDS epidemic takes nosediveScience MagazineToday is World AIDS Day, and three neighboring countries in southern Africa that have been hard-hit by HIV received remarkably good news. As part of a massive, first-of-its-kind survey, researchers randomly visited households in Malawi, Zambia, and ...and more »

Significant progress against HIV epidemic in Africa - Science Daily;

Significant progress against HIV epidemic in Africa - Science Daily

Science DailySignificant progress against HIV epidemic in AfricaScience DailyDate: December 1, 2016; Source: Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health; Summary: HIV 90-90-90 goals are in reach in Zimbabwe, Malawi, and Zambia, say researchers, adding that new infections are falling. The percent of the population ...and more »

Op-Ed: Is global health industry too self-serving in the fight against AIDS? - Humanosphere;

Op-Ed: Is global health industry too self-serving in the fight against AIDS? - Humanosphere

HumanosphereOp-Ed: Is global health industry too self-serving in the fight against AIDS?HumanosphereCivil rights activists march in Durban, South Africa, Monday, July 18, 2016, at the start of the 21st World Aids Conference. U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told reporters Monday that the gains the world has made against AIDS are "inadequate and ...and more »

What the fight against AIDS looks like around the world - Mic;

What the fight against AIDS looks like around the world - Mic

MicWhat the fight against AIDS looks like around the worldMicIn June, President Barack Obama made a speech on the anniversary of the first AIDS diagnosis in the United States, which made news 35 years ago. While at the time, the HIV/AIDS crisis was exactly that — a crisis — over the past three decades, the ...and more »

DOH to distribute condoms in schools - Philippine Star;

DOH to distribute condoms in schools - Philippine Star

Philippine StarDOH to distribute condoms in schoolsPhilippine StarStarting next year, the Department of Health (DOH) will distribute condoms in schools nationwide as part of the effort to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS among the Filipino youth. AP. MANILA, Philippines - Starting next year, the Department of Health (DOH ...and more »

NIH Statement on World AIDS Day 2016 - National Institutes of Health (press release)

NIH Statement on World AIDS Day 2016National Institutes of Health (press release)This year, the world marked the 35th anniversary of the first published reports of what would come to be known as HIV/AIDS. This disease has wrought enormous suffering and devastation and caused more than 35 million deaths. Yet today, thanks to ...and more »

Women living with HIV mark World AIDS Day with photos - CBC.ca;

Women living with HIV mark World AIDS Day with photos - CBC.ca

CBC.caWomen living with HIV mark World AIDS Day with photosCBC.caSome Vancouver women living with HIV and AIDS are fighting the stigma that comes with the disease with a new photography project. Dec. 1, 2016 marks the 28th World AIDS Day. Since 1988, there have been great strides in fighting the disease on the ...and more »

2016 Was A Banner Year For HIV/AIDS Research - Huffington Post;

2016 Was A Banner Year For HIV/AIDS Research - Huffington Post

Huffington Post2016 Was A Banner Year For HIV/AIDS ResearchHuffington PostThere is still no cure or vaccine for HIV/AIDS, which affects approximately 37 million people around the world. But there is reason to hope that the global response to this pandemic is improving. Fewer people died of HIV in 2015 than at any point in ...and more »

On World AIDS Day, UNICEF warns of sharp rise in new HIV infections among adolescents - UN News Centre;

On World AIDS Day, UNICEF warns of sharp rise in new HIV infections among adolescents - UN News Centre

UN News CentreOn World AIDS Day, UNICEF warns of sharp rise in new HIV infections among adolescentsUN News CentreYoung people play an “HIV knowledge” board game at an event to promote sexual and reproductive health among adolescents supported by the China Center for Health Education and UNICEF China. Photo: UNICEF/Xia Yong ...and more »

How Young Gay Men Are At The Frontline Of AIDS Prevention In China - Huffington Post;

How Young Gay Men Are At The Frontline Of AIDS Prevention In China - Huffington Post

Huffington PostHow Young Gay Men Are At The Frontline Of AIDS Prevention In ChinaHuffington PostStudents look at HIV testing kits in a vending machine in a university in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China. Young gay men are the frontline of China's battle to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS, with new cases occurring at one of the fastest rates of any ...and more »

World AIDS Day: The fight is still on - Nature Middle East;

World AIDS Day: The fight is still on - Nature Middle East

Nature Middle EastWorld AIDS Day: The fight is still onNature Middle EastOn this World AIDS Day, the Arab world has to remember that despite having a low prevalence of HIV and AIDS, prevention efforts need to be dramatically scaled up. Pakinam Amer. © Nature Middle East Enlarge image It's World AIDS Day, and the entire ...and more »

Monkey study raises hope for 'functional' HIV cure - Aljazeera.com;

Monkey study raises hope for 'functional' HIV cure - Aljazeera.com

Aljazeera.comMonkey study raises hope for 'functional' HIV cureAljazeera.comSurprise discovery of drugs for intestinal disorders suppressing HIV virus in monkeys spawns optimism for treatment. 01 Dec 2016 15:35 GMT. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. 0; All Social. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. 0; All Social ...and more »

HIV-positive Americans contemplate challenges in Donald Trump's America - Mic;

HIV-positive Americans contemplate challenges in Donald Trump's America - Mic

MicHIV-positive Americans contemplate challenges in Donald Trump's AmericaMicDee Borrego spent election night at home in Boston, watching the results livestream over YouTube. Around 8:30 p.m., dismayed by early results and fatigued from doing electoral math, she moved to her couch and watched Will & Grace for a few laughs.and more »

HIV-positive young man is hosting talk show to educate - Chinadaily USA;

HIV-positive young man is hosting talk show to educate - Chinadaily USA

Chinadaily USAHIV-positive young man is hosting talk show to educateChinadaily USAThe 2016 World AIDS Day on Thursday will be a bit different for Liu Shi, a 24-year-old gay man, who is HIV-positive. He will host a talk show about his own experience and HIV/AIDS prevention in a temporary glass room set up in a plaza in Sanlitun, a ...and more »

GPs told to offer HIV tests to all patients in high risk areas - Telegraph.co.uk;

GPs told to offer HIV tests to all patients in high risk areas - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukGPs told to offer HIV tests to all patients in high risk areasTelegraph.co.ukHIV tests should be offered to all patients in high risk areas to crack down on the number of people living with the disease undiagnosed, according to new guidelines. Under the policy change, hospital staff, including in A&E, should “opportunistically ...and more »