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Agassiz to get needle exchange Drug users in Agassiz will soon have access to clean needles and drug paraphernalia following the... 1 September
Aging America The latest installment of Aging America, the joint AP-APME project looking at the aging of the baby... 20 October
Ahead of World AIDS Day 2013 UNAIDS reports sustained progress in the AIDS response   Renewed commitment needed in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, the Middle East and North... 20 November
AHF launches #LifeGift social media campaign AHF launches #LifeGift social media campaign The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) launched a text-to-donate and social media outreach campaign... 29 November
White House confirmation today that President Barack Obama will NOT attend or ad AHF: ‘Sad Day in Battle against AIDS’ as Obama Elects to Skip AIDS Conference With White House confirmation today that President Barack Obama will NOT attend or address the... 19 July
Aid Doesn't Work: Breaking the Cycle We've all heard the adage that if you say something often enough, it becomes true. Well, recently... 9 February
Toronto die-in AIDS Action Now holds 'die-in' at Toronto City Hall The funeral procession walked sombrely around the Toronto City Hall rotunda on Sept 23. After... 30 September
Justice, Los Angeles County Courthouse AIDS and the Law, and Wisconsin Hour 2: DOCUMENTARY: A CALCULATED RISK The Supreme Court says anyone who tests positive for HIV... 12 June
AIDS battle defunded [in China] For grass-roots groups involved in HIV/AIDS prevention and advocacy, this year marks a turning... 12 September
HIV 1 AIDS breakthrough: Melbourne researchers uncover HIV's genetic hiding place Melbourne researchers have made a breakthrough in the search for an AIDS cure A team from The... 4 March
AIDS Calgary slams safe injection rules set out by Ottawa AIDS Calgary has come out against the federal government's new rules governing the approval process... 9 June
vigil toronto AIDS Candlelight Vigil marks another year A candlelight vigil marked the addition of 22 names to the AIDS Memorial June 20. The annual event... 25 June
Julie Crouse AIDS Committee of Newfoundland and Labrador wants you to be prepared and get your Condom On CORNER BROOK — Ever wonder where to put that condom when headed out for a night on the town?... 25 August
An ACT poster from 2001. AIDS Committee of Toronto: Thirty years of confronting an epidemic   It’s 1983 and on the minds of everyone in gay communities across North America is news of a... 21 August
ACCM AIDS Community Care Montreal commemorates its 25th anniversary with “joyous” benefit concert "Am I going to die?" Over 30 years after HIV was first diagnosed, and nearly two decades after new... 4 February
Delegates attend a protest on occasion of the opening day of a conference on HIV AIDS conference begins in Rome The head of the United Nations AIDS program called Sunday for an increase in access to drugs that... 19 July
Thailand AIDS conference closes on optimistic note Video: An international AIDS meeting in... 21 July
Candlight walk for World Aids Day AIDS Day a day of support   Nichol Switzer, a recovering drug addict, didn't know he was HIV positive until he was... 4 December
China HIV AIDS day in Central brings understanding to disease Over 2,000 people from more than 30 organisations stood in the pouring rain to promote Aids... 3 April
AIDS deaths falling sharply in eastern, southern Africa AIDS deaths and HIV infections in eastern and southern Africa are falling dramatically, the Joint... 8 August
An HIV-testing station in a township in South Africa Aids deaths soar among young due to inadequate health services   Millions of young people are at risk of HIV infection because governments are not... 26 November
We were here-movie AIDS doc great, but hard to watch For anyone who lived through the AIDS plague and especially those of us who saw friends and loved... 5 October
AIDS documentary may become ABC miniseries The acclaimed documentary “How to Survive a Plague,” about the genesis of the AIDS epidemic, could... 1 March
AIDS drugs halve HIV risk for intravenous drug users, study finds A daily dose of powerful anti-HIV medicine helped cut the risk of infection with the AIDS virus by... 13 June
AIDS expert Julio Montaner says Conservative crime bill will undermine public health The immediate past president of the International AIDS Society, Dr. Julio Montaner, says the... 29 September