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A roll of the dice no way to determine a teen's future System gambles with the lives of our throwaway children - and loses They are our lost children. The... 17 August
Jon A roof over his head Life started out pretty good, says Jon quietly, volleying between glances at the window and eye... 5 January
Stop Concurrency camapign A Seattle AIDS campaign stirs charges of racism The focus is on reducing disproportionate disease risk among parts of the black population. Much of... 25 August
HIV+ A tale of two epidemics: HIV and unjust criminalization This week, some 30,000 people from around the world are gathering in Washington at theInternational... 27 July
Red ribbon A tale of two nations: First Peoples’ experiences with HIV and the need for more appropriate data in Australia and Canada In the high-income countries of Canada and Australia, First Peoples face serious challenges to... 22 July
A thousand Catholic priests fear that equal marriage marks a return to ‘centuries of persecution’ More than a thousand Catholic priests have signed a letter saying that if equal marriage is... 19 January
Red ribbon A Victory for Iowans Living with HIV and AIDS In the early hours of May 1, a historic bill passed the Iowa House that will modernize Iowa's... 5 May
A victory for Novartis could spell death for millions A case being heard in the Indian Supreme Court on Tuesday could signal a death sentence for Loon... 8 September
A young woman reveals what living with HIV is really like THE number of Australians diagnosed with HIV is at a 20-year high. There are now more than 26,000... 12 November
AA Bronson AA Bronson: The last prankster AA Bronson's business card says “Healer,” and like anything having to do with the last surviving... 24 May
AAP Circumcision Policy 'Seriously Flawed', Condemned by Canadian Children's Rights Group VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwire) -- 08/27/12 -- A recently released policy on infant male... 28 August
Abbotsford bylaw may boost HIV rate Brian Gross of the Fraser Valley Positive Living Society, says Abbotsford's antiharm reduction... 5 January
Pastor Ward Draper Abbotsford flirts with harm reduction despite official policy against it   Pastor Ward Draper quotes Scripture and swears in the same breath.   He wears his... 5 October
Hypodermic needles Abbotsford strikes down ban on harm reduction programs Needle exchanges, methadone clinics and safe injection sites are now permitted in Abbotsford, B.C... 14 January
Abbotsford to revisit idea of needle exchange site The Mayor of Abbotsford feels it's time to take a cue from Vancouver and get a needle exchange... 9 March
Brian Gross, Fraser Valley Positive Living Society photo Abbotsford's anti-harm reduction bylaw is bumping up HIV rates Lack of needle distribution centres makes outreach and treatment for disease difficult. Advocates... 28 March
ABHhealth: HIV/AIDS patients might forego planned Athens health network EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the seventh story in a week-long series on an initiative to provide health... 26 July
Abolish the criminalization of HIV Routine criminal prosecutions for not disclosing HIV status should be abolished, write three HIV/... 20 December
Too many Canadians are being prosecuted for failing to disclose their HIV status Abolishing routine HIV prosecutions urged Failing to disclose HIV status should not be prosecuted criminally as a matter of routine because... 20 December
Valerie Nicholson Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week shines a light on HIV rates among indigenous people VALERIE NICHOLSON REMEMBERS the room going silent the day she received her diagnosis.  ... 12 December
Molecular view of cell infected with HIV virus Aboriginal HIV/AIDS strategy in the works Margaret Poitras hopes a holistic strategy can help the province's indigenous people cope with HIV/... 17 November
Aboriginal people to play central role in HIV research Aboriginal people need to play a bigger role into HIV research, as they are the most effected by... 30 September
Colette Plasway (left), Madonna Warren (middle), Emma Palmantier (right) Aboriginal Task Force engages the North in HIV discussions The need for more youth leadership, palliative care and treatment for persons suffering from AIDS,... 14 December
Calgary Rodeo and Stampede ACAA Presents 'Rights in the Moment: Looking at the rights of People Living With HIV, Sex Workers, and People Who Use Drugs' Conference This June, AIDS Calgary Awareness Association (ACAA) will be hosting a new conference titled '... 21 June
Red ribbon Accelerating HIV vaccine discovery and development may require paradigm shift WINNIPEG, June 11, 2014 /CNW/ - Adopting existing innovative practices and forming broader... 12 June