3 hrs ago | Denver Post
Susan Finnegan, Vyckee Keys and her daughter Alexandra Keyes, age 13, pause during the moment of silent remembrance at the Boulder County AIDS Project's participation in the International AIDS Candlelight Vigil on Sunday evening May 19th, 2013 in Boulder Colorado.
4 hrs ago | CBS Local
The AIDS Walk New York stepped off Sunday in Central Park, with 30,000 people walking to raise funds for awareness and treatment.
8 hrs ago | The Daily Democrat
Pioneer High School turned into a mini-campground Saturday as NorCal AIDS Cycle riders and crew stopped for the evening.
10 hrs ago | Fiji Times
Kinisimere Serukalou holds a candle during the International AIDS candlelight memorial at the Salvation Army headquarters in Suva yesterday.
10 hrs ago | Uganda News Picks
People living with HIV/AIDS in Luwero district have expressed worry over shortage of some drugs essential to their therapy.
About 30,000 people braved the rain to take part in the 28th annual AIDS Walk New York through Central Park and the Upper West Side on Sunday, to benefit the health group GMHC, 40 other AIDS service organizations and HIV and AIDS research.
Carolyn Mugar told Clark University's 1,096 graduates Sunday to jump in and do what they can when something's wrong.
A group of 225 bicycle riders and crew raised a record $330,000 for AIDS research and related organizations during a four-day trip through Northern California.
As people infected with HIV live longer with antiretroviral drug therapy, more of them are developing hepatocellular carcinoma , which is particularly aggressive among this population.
EMILY BOURKE: Next week marks the 30th anniversary of the discovery of HIV. While medical research has advanced and people with the disease are living longer, infection rates remain stubbornly high in some parts of the world.
The Japanese goverment has awarded the Second Hideyo Noguchi Prize for Africa to Uganda's doctor , Alex Godwin Coutinho for his outstanding contributions in medical services.
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The HIV vaccine study known as HVTN 505 was shut down on April 25 on the recommendation of an independent data and safety monitoring board .
Researchers at the University of Cincinnati have found that incorporating a peer-referral program for HIV testing into emergency departments can reach new groups of high-risk patients and brings more patients into the hospital for testing.
The country's lawmakers could find themselves having to publicly test for HIV if Parliament heeds a call by Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi.
Liver transplants to treat a common type of liver cancer are a viable option for people infected with HIV, according to new research.