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Sibongile Dube, Zimbabwean woman wearing hat “Surviving day by day” with hunger and HIV For Sibongile Dube, surviving on just one meal a day was tough. The mother of four was getting... 4 March
Long-Lasting Drug Could Thwart HIV A single injection of an anti-HIV drug may someday protect people from infection with the AIDS... 4 March
Woman holding HIV testing equipment Study shows HIV program success An NYU Center for Drug Use and HIV Research study released on Feb. 21 said programs such as drug... 3 March
Heart problems linked to those born with HIV   Children born with H.I.V. are more likely to have heart problems later in life,... 3 March
UNAIDS logo Zero Discrimination Day to be celebrated 1 March 2014 GENEVA, 27 February 2014—UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibé launched the Zero... 3 March
Doctor and patient Downtown Eastside: Native health clinic meets needs but lacks money The Vancouver Native Health Society clinic is not accepting any new patients unless, that is, they... 28 February
Dr. Bohdan Nosyk HIV/AIDS health economics chair a first for B.C. VANCOUVER, BC, FEBRUARY 27, 2014 – A $3-million research chair has been established to... 28 February
David Ernesto Munar Diagnosed with HIV 20 Years Ago at Howard Brown, He Now Returns to Run It UPTOWN — In 1994, David Ernesto Munar, then 24, was sure he wouldn't live past the age of 35 after... 28 February
One man, one girl and three women stand together smiling New “Beyond Zero Campaign” to improve maternal and child health outcomes in Kenya Fifteen women die every day due to pregnancy related complications in Kenya and 20% of all deaths... 27 February
UNC logo UNC receives$40 M for clinical trials unit devoted to HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention and research The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has received a seven-year, more than $40 million... 27 February
Sexually active baby boomers advised about possibility of infection For generations, most of the education about sexually-transmitted diseases has been aimed at youth... 27 February
Scotiabank Bright Future logo Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation Launches New Business Case for Recruiting and Retaining People With Episodic Disabilities TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - February 26, 2014) - The Canadian Working Group on HIV and... 26 February
Northern Health bus Northern Health announces 2014 Imagine grants Northern Health has announced there are sixteen northeast recipients of 2014 Imagine ... 26 February
Uganda tabloid prints list of 'top' homosexuals KAMPALA, Uganda - A Ugandan newspaper published a list Tuesday of what it called the country's "200... 26 February
Red ribbon Regional countries strengthen HIV programmes through human rights PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) – UNAIDS Caribbean said Monday that eight regional countries have... 26 February
Dr. Julio Montaner Canada’s largest HIV treatment centre taps SAP, PHEMI for big data project The British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV /AIDS at St. Paul’s Hospital in BC, Canada is... 25 February
Bruce House AIDS shelter's 25th anniversary a 'bittersweet' milestone for some When Richard Naster started working at Bruce House more than 20 years ago, he expected there would... 25 February
Government of Canada Officially Opens World Class Infectious Disease Research Hub WINNIPEG, MANITOBA--(Marketwired - Feb. 21, 2014) Today, the Public Health Agency of Canada... 25 February
Woman sitting on couch Thousands of HIV patients go hungry as benefit cuts hit Thousands of people with HIV have been left struggling in poverty by the Government's welfare... 25 February
Red ribbon HIV treatment as prevention: the Ugandan experience Antiretroviral therapy (ART) is associated with a substantial and sustained reduction in the risk... 21 February
Group of young people with red ribbon Early HIV Treatment is the Best HIV Treatment One thing is certain for those infected with HIV; beginning treatment as soon as possible sustains... 21 February
Man with vial Vancouver drug users applaud judge’s ruling on mandatory minimums A representative for drug users in Vancouver is applauding a court ruling that the mandatory one-... 21 February
Person holding blue pill HIV-prevention pill put to the test in Canadian trial A clinical trial to test a controversial pill for HIV prevention is set to begin in Toronto to... 21 February
HIV patients aging prematurely For a long, dark time in the 1980s and '90s, the Shanti Project and other agencies like it provided... 20 February
BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS logo Panama adopts made-in-B.C. HIV Treatment as Prevention strategy VANCOUVER, Feb. 20, 2014 /CNW/ - Panama has become the latest country to adopt British Columbia's... 20 February