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Red ribbon Zambia: People With Disabilities Left Behind in HIV Response (Lusaka) – The nearly two million people with disabilities in Zambia face significant barriers to... 15 July
Red ribbon HIV advocate group promotes federal law change Nobody wants to be lumped in with dangerous sexual offenders. But when it comes to HIV-positive... 14 July
Bus promoting HIV testing HIV Testing Week launched WITH Melbourne set to host the 20th International AIDS Conference in less than a week, HIV... 14 July
Goodluck Jonathan Nigeria: Anti-gay law interrupts local treatment of HIV for gay men Since the signing of the “Same-Sex Marriage Prohibition Bill” in January 2014 by President Goodluck... 14 July
Red ribbon Provincial health officer releases annual report on HIV VANCOUVER - Today, the provincial health officer Dr. Perry Kendall released an annual report that... 14 July
Nick Rhoades US man imprisoned for not disclosing HIV status is guest speaker at Beyond Blame Nick Rhoades, a man from Iowa, US, who was sentenced to 25 years in prison for not disclosing his... 14 July
Microscopic view of HIV virus World Health Organization: HIV prevention urgently needed for MSM and transgender people The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the global fight against HIV risks stalling... 14 July
Woman with test tube Five promising steps forward in HIV science The field of HIV treatment and prevention has been freshly energised by the findings from several... 11 July
Bottle of Truvada pills HIV Patients Accuse Health Plans of Using Drug Costs to Discriminate Before the Affordable Care Act, insurance companies could refuse to cover people with HIV or other... 11 July
UNAIDS logo UNAIDS welcomes Australia’s commitment to equal treatment of people living with HIV in its immigration policies GENEVA, 10 July 2014—UNAIDS welcomes confirmation from the Government of Australia that people... 11 July
Woman in lab coat HIV infection returns in Mississippi girl thought cured Disappointed federal officials Thursday announced that a nearly 4-year-old Mississippi girl,... 10 July
Red ribbon Researchers address under-representation of racial/ethnic groups in HIV medical research A New York University College of Nursing (NYUCN) research team found that a social/behavioral... 10 July
Ron Rosenes 86 new faces appointed to Order of Canada TORONTO - Ron Rosenes, long-time HIV activist and advocate, is among 86 new appointments... 9 July
Red ribbon Love grows as lesbians fight HIV/AIDS, stigma The first time they met was at the International Conference on AIDS two summers ago in Washington,... 9 July
Act Up demonstration Exhibition spanning over 30 years of HIV in Australia leads off the AIDS 2014 cultural program AN exhibition delving into 35 years of Australia’s response to HIV and AIDS is one of a raft of... 9 July
Law books and gavel HIV criminalization and peer research: Are we at risk? A recent challenge to the protection of information gathered on people living with HIV during... 9 July
John Guigayoma and co-workers I Took My HIV Test, Why Don't More Asian Americans? I don’t quite remember the reason I went in for my first HIV test, but I do remember the feeling.... 9 July
Red ribbon HIV/HCV co-infection associated with increased risk of osteoporosis and fractures Co-infection with HIV and hepatitis C virus (HCV) is associated with increased risks of low bone... 8 July
Bottle of Truvada pills It’s time to bring HIV prevention drugs out of the closet May 14 should have been PrEP’s big coming out moment. That’s when the federal government issued new... 8 July
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo New York Can End HIV Crisis by 2020: Governor Albany, New York:  New York state can end its three-decade HIV crisis by the year 2020,... 8 July
Red ribbon UNAIDS Board calls for ending the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat by 2030 GENEVA, 4 July 2014—The 34th meeting of UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board has concluded in Geneva... 8 July
Dr. Julio Montaner A made-in-Canada health strategy is making waves worldwide – just not in Canada TORONTO — Last month, Vancouver’s St. Paul’s Hospital took a step that not long ago would’ve been... 4 July
Red ribbon Interventions Crafted for Those Struggling With Mental Health and HIV Adherence Show Promise, Report States A clinical review published in the peer-reviewed journal LGBT Health in early June by Jaclyn M.... 4 July
Many Challenges Face Ex-Inmates Living With HIV Several times each month, a white bus picks up newly released ex-inmates at New York's Rikers... 4 July
Microscope Treatment in HIV-infected infants may reduce virus to undetectable levels, but still too soon to say cure (Medical Xpress)—In a Canadian research collaboration, clinicians and scientists at The Hospital... 4 July