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Dr. Julio Montaner How Julio Montaner set the standard for AIDS treatment Julio Montaner’s medical breakthroughs have helped save millions of lives. Many were inspired by... 13 August
Man and woman at dinner table Stepping up the HIV response in the world’s Indigenous communities   Indigenous people are estimated to comprise 4.5% of the total global population. They are... 13 August
Hands holding red ribbons Brazil's HIV infections increase underscores prevention flaws SAO PAULO, Brazil -- The devastating news didn't make sense to Brazilian Pierre Freitaz. How was it... 12 August
Family looking at exhibit Remembrance of a pandemic almost past There are all manner of museums in the world, from the heart-wrenching Anne Frank House in... 12 August
Researchers develop screen for drug-resistant form of hep C drug Vancouver, BC - A project by researchers at the University of British Columbia has developed a... 12 August
Switching Antiretrovirals May Not Enhance HIV Treatment MELBOURNE, Australia — For virologically suppressed HIV patients, a switch in antiretroviral... 12 August
Li Hu Li Hu, AIDS Activist, Dies in Beijing In an eloquent message of support for the rights of people with H.I.V./AIDS in China, as many as... 8 August
Red ribbon Northern Health expands number of sites introducing new HIV testing initiative Northern Health is introducing a new health care initiative in Vanderhoof, Fort St. James and... 8 August
Red ribbon There's a pill that prevents HIV — why are only gay men talking about it? A few months ago, the CDC recommended Truvada, the HIV prevention pill, to anyone at risk of... 8 August
Red ribbon Waiting With HIV The first time I came here was October 2011, after a fairly wild first month at the University of... 8 August
Shaun, an HIV-positive student at Northumbria Most people think they’ll never get HIV. We spoke to two students who did Unless you watch Comic Relief or own Team America on DVD, chances are HIV doesn’t... 7 August
Road with arrow pointing ahead Where to now? Future directions for HIV treatment The future of HIV treatment bears no resemblance to its past. Through the lonely days of the early... 7 August
Red ribbon A Philippine oasis for HIV/AIDS patients Manila, Philippines - A cramped office on a four-storey rundown building in one of the Philippine... 6 August
B.C. working on Hepatitis C screening process A new Hepatitis C screening process for Canada is being developed in B.C. to take advantage of... 6 August
Red ribbon Scotiabank AIDS Walk for Life: Why You Should Get Involved! What motivates someone to support the Scotiabank AIDS Walk for Life? For a segment of the... 6 August
Fabian Quezada-Malkin From Tragedy to Triumph: Fabian Quezada-Malkin Fabian Quezada grew up in Guadalajara, Mexico, but moved to Los Angeles in 2001 when he was only 17... 5 August
Bradford McIntyre with sign reading 'Out about HIV, HIV+ for 30 years.' Pride 2014: Bradford McIntyre proudly declares his HIV status to encourage others to get tested At this year's Vancouver Pride celebrations, Bradford McIntyre marked another milestone in his... 5 August
Panel delegates Researchers find hepatitis C cures effective for people living with HIV/HCV Coinfection - Reports from AIDS 2014 The World Health Organization estimates that globally, 5-15% of people living with HIV are... 5 August
Dr. Julie Kryzanowski speaks to reporters HIV rates down, gonorrhea on the rise: SHR report The results are in, and the news is good and bad. The good news is that HIV and Hepatitis C rates... 1 August
Red ribbon Johns Hopkins School of Nursing to launch new HIV curriculum for non-physician providers The 31-year-old Moore Clinic operated by the Johns Hopkins AIDS Service at the School of Medicine... 1 August
Red ribbon Scientists need our help to end AIDS The 2014 International AIDS conference in Melbourne, Australia has come to a close but it will... 1 August
Two men hold globe Viral load as an anti-AIDS hammer After decades on the front lines of the HIV pandemic, Max Essex has seen his share of both setbacks... 1 August
Red ribbon HIV Patients Less Likely to Get Cancer Treatment While medications are helping HIV-positive people avoid developing full-blown AIDS indefinitely, a... 31 July
Morgane Oger stands on rainbow crosswalk Pride 2014 parents: Morgane Oger on being a transgender parent Transgender-rights activist Morgane Oger wants her kids to live in a society in which people’s... 31 July
Two men holding hands Survey: Black youth twice as likely to prioritise fight against HIV/AIDs over same-sex marriage A new survey of black, white and Latino youth in the US on LGBT activism has shown a sharp divide... 31 July