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Red and white pills on top of text reading 'HIV AIDS' Canada Urgently Needs an Updated AIDS Strategy Being recognized with the Order of Canada represents a great honour that fills me with gratitude... 13 January
Man wearing glasses and a striped shirt Overcoming HIV Obstacles in 2015 The head of a prominent HIV/AIDS advocacy organization says 2015 will be a year of great... 12 January
HIV virus New test can identify both HIV and hepatitis US authorities have approved a test developed by Swiss pharmaceutical firm Roche that can detect... 12 January
Red report cover reading "AIDS Patient Care and STDs" Findings from the Women of Color HIV Initiative published African Americans currently account for nearly half of all new HIV diagnoses, and among females, 64... 12 January
Birth control shot could increase HIV risk Around 41 million women worldwide use the injectable form of hormonal contraception. According to a... 12 January
Red ribbon Cambodia Links HIV Outbreak to Needle Reuse ROKA VILLAGE, WESTERN CAMBODIA—Health experts in Cambodia were alarmed when a cluster of villagers... 12 January
Elton John and husband David Furnish, wearing suits Sir Elton John funds probe into Canada’s treatment of refugees with HIV The Elton John AIDS Foundation is funding a University of Toronto study into how recent changes to... 9 January
Man and woman holding sign reading 'Be HIV sure' New York City’s public health ‘warrior’ revamps HIV messaging NEW YORK — Beneath Grand Central Station, the doors of a downtown 6 train open to reveal one of the... 8 January
Red ribbon US guidelines on prevention with people living with HIV now emphasise engagement with care, HIV treatment and social factors The American public health agency, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has... 8 January
Red ribbon Draft amendment to HIV law passes committee review The legislature’s Social Welfare and Environmental Hygiene Committee yesterday approved a series of... 8 January
Dr. Julio Monaner in front of painting of St. Paul's Hospital Dr. Julio Montaner Appointed Officer Of The Order Of Canada Just a month after B.C. recognized him for a lifetime of work in HIV/AIDS, the Governor General has... 7 January
Red ribbon Interview: China looks to Canadian province in fight against HIV/AIDS VANCOUVER, Dec. 18 (Xinhua) -- China is looking to Canada's Pacific coast province of British... 7 January
Person wearing suit with gavel AIDS rights group says criminal justice system has ‘HIV phobia’ A national AIDS rights group is upset by a Manitoba court case where an HIV-infected woman has been... 7 January
Hand holding one pill B.C. medical researchers offer treatment by prevention for hepatitis C Nominator: Julio Montaner is a giant in the world of HIV and AIDS research. Dr. Montaner – director... 7 January
Red ribbon Make HAART Therapy Universally Accessible to Those Living With HIV Twenty years ago, when I was treating a patient who was HIV-infected, I would have to advise them... 7 January
Photo on cellphone of smiling young man Supporting the HIV-Positive Community Requires New Tools for Ending Stigma We begin 2015 having won many victories for the LGBT community in 2014, among them some victories... 7 January
Illustration of HIV virus and blood cells Why do experimental HIV vaccines backfire? Several clinical trials have shown that HIV vaccines can "backfire" and lead to increased rates of... 7 January
Male and female lab technicians work with samples Health sciences students help narrow HIV knowledge gap Master’s students Anh Le and Aniqa Shahid, in the Faculty of Health Sciences, have just contributed... 7 January
Smiling man wearing suit and tie Only Man Cured Of HIV Shares Details Of His Shocking Story The first man cured of HIV, formerly known only as the “Berlin Patient,” released a first-person... 7 January
Red stones in snow forming a red ribbon Those living with HIV/AIDS speak out REGINA — A positive diagnosis of HIV/AIDS is not a death sentence, say those living with it. Ron... 4 December
Woman holding picture of young nurse At height of AIDS crisis, nurse ran secret leftover drug pipeline It all began with a man and a suitcase. It was the early1990s, and Carol Glenn was living the “sad... 4 December
Women sitting behind candles Stigma kills a community: HIV/AIDS activist Every year on Dec. 1, people around the world unite in the fight against AIDS and HIV. The day is... 4 December
Daily Xtra logo Thinking twice about reporting HIV nondisclosure “It’s just too scary,” Sky Gilbert says to the camera. In a video produced for AIDS Action Now, the... 4 December
Woman performing a blood test on a doctor in a lab coat. Interior Health promoting HIV testing Interior Health is getting sexy to promote HIV testing IH launched a campaign Monday to encourage... 3 December
Red ribbon Dr. Peter Centre marks hits and misses in fight against AIDS Doctors count successes in the fight against HIV and AIDS with statistics, measuring how many fewer... 3 December