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People dancing Beyond medicine: Delivering on the promise of food security in the context of the AIDS epidemic Progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS in the last decade has dramatically transformed HIV from a... 23 April
Two women, part of Duke research team Duke scientists identify antibodies in HIV immune response A research team led by Duke scientists has identified a subclass of antibodies that could help find... 23 April
Hands holding condom and red ribbon Poll finds widespread public misunderstanding of HIV More than a third of people wrongly believe that being HIV positive bans someone from working with... 23 April
Red ribbon Zero HIV transmission risk uncertain in serodiscordant couples with ART Findings from a systematic review suggest that the available data do not support a zero risk for... 23 April
Person with red ribbon holding candle AIDS at 30: Apathy plus HIV kills It was a chilly spring day in Washington when Secretary of Health and Human Services Margaret... 22 April
Microscopic view of HIV virus AIDS/HIV Fast Facts Here's a look at what you need to know about AIDS and HIV globally, with a special focus on Africa... 22 April
Three women by train station Australian grandmother in Canada one of many helping South African children orphaned by HIV/AIDS Usually, grandmothers brag about their grandchildren. But in the small Canadian town of Wakefield,... 22 April
Red ribbon Cancer Vaccine Proves Effective in HIV Patients Vaccines against cervical cancer work well even in sexually active women with H.I.V., a new study... 22 April
Adam W. Carrico Harm-Reduction Program Optimizes HIV/AIDS Prevention, UCSF Study Shows New research from UC San Francisco and the San Francisco AIDS Foundation has found that clients... 22 April
CROI logo Treating HIV Very Early May Limit Inflammation, Gut Damage Staring antiretroviral (ARV) therapy immediately after HIV infection may both limit the virus’s... 22 April
Charles Farthing speaking at news conference Charles Farthing dies at 60; doctor at forefront of AIDS care Charles F. Farthing, a physician who was at the forefront of care for HIV/AIDS patients and who... 17 April
Red ribbon Early ART for Infants Lowers HIV Persistence Markers in Thai Study Starting antiretroviral therapy (ART) in the first months of HIV infection in infants sharply... 17 April
Red ribbon HIV viral load in semen can differ in two samples provided within one hour HIV can be intermittently detectable in the semen of men taking long-term antiretroviral therapy... 17 April
Richard Monette People with HIV encourage others to take their medication A new video uses positive stories of people with HIV to encourage others with the virus to take... 17 April
Two people in bed April Is STD Awareness Month - Get Yourself Tested April is STD Awareness Month. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is pushing... 16 April
New hepatitis C drug treatment 'shows promise' "A new treatment for hepatitis C 'cured' 90% of patients with the infection in 12 weeks, scientists... 16 April
Red ribbon Tipping Point in the AIDS Epidemic CAPE TOWN, South Africa — The number of new HIV infections continues to decline steadily in... 16 April
Man in forest MBCT & HIV: Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy intervention improves health and quality of life in people with HIV "> Nowadays, in Western countries, the needs of people with HIV are different from those at the... 15 April
Young woman sitting on desk Big wins in fight against big killer When a 23-year-old is changing the world, there must have been seminal moments. Moments for Amirah... 15 April
Community-based HIV prevention can boost testing, help reduce new infections Communities in Africa and Thailand that worked together on HIV-prevention efforts saw not only a... 15 April
Young girl HIV: The power of positive thinking "When am I going to die?" asked Lisa when she was told she was HIV positive. It wasn't a question... 15 April
Red ribbon Silence deafening in N.L. regarding HIV-AIDS ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — Twenty-five years ago, when HIV-AIDS started showing up in Newfoundland and... 15 April
CATIE logo Studies investigate presence of hepatitis C virus among gay and bisexual men Hepatitis C virus (HCV) can infect the liver, causing inflammation that injures this organ. If HCV... 15 April
Man in hat Researcher studies what makes people with HIV successful at sticking with antiretroviral treatment At the end of 2011, an estimated 34 million people worldwide were living with HIV/AIDS. In Alberta... 11 April
Red ribbon $506 Million for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment Programme As it continues to strengthen the multi-sectoral response to HIV/AIDS infection rates in Jamaica,... 10 April