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The announcement was made in advance of National Caribbean American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on June 8. "HIV/AIDS is still a leading cause of death in the Caribbean, and stigma and discrimination persist," said Kent Klindera, director of amfAR's GMT Initiative.
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If one believes the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the reason certain populations in the U.S. report more cases of HIV isn't a mystery.
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Organized in conjunction with the Lancet medical journal, the UNAIDS and Lancet Commission: from AIDS to Sustainable Health, will give over 30 commissioners the opportunity to work together to address HIV and global health in the context of the post-2015 development agenda.
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This has sparked interest in new prevention tools such as Treatment as Prevention for HIV-positive people and Biomedical HIV Prevention Strategies for HIV-negative people.
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The first person ever cured of HIV was in Seattle Tuesday, meeting with scientists at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, where they're in the midst of a $20 million project to defeat HIV for good, and working to recreate this cure for others.
2 hrs ago | EDGE
Bob Marley sang "One love, one heart; let's get together and feel all right," and his sisters and brothers of Caribbean descent have borrowed these lyrics and his ethos for the annual Caribbean-American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on June 8, themed "One Love."
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At the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief , we measure our progress with metrics that account for every program, dollar, and service received, huffingtonpost.com reported.
More than 14 thousand people living in Dallas County are living with HIV and many of them don't even know it.
JAKARTA, 18 June 2013 - Efforts to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS in the Indonesian provinces of Papua, which has among the country's highest rates of infection, and West Papua are making steady though slow progress, say aid workers and government officials.
Secretary of State John Kerry arrives to speak at the 10th anniversary celebration for the President's Plan for Emergency AIDS Relief, June 18, 2013, at the State Department in Washington.
Any day now, the Supreme Court is expected to release its decisions on Prop 8, California's ban on gay marriage, and the federal Defense of Marriage Act .
Some Louisville churches and other groups around the state are offering free HIV testing in connection with National HIV Testing Day.
The National Institutes of Health has authorized a three-year study to find out why some HIV-positive homosexual men in Kenya do not seek the free treatment that American taxpayers already are funding.
In this May 30, 2007 photo President Bush , hoists 4-year-old Baron Mosima Loyiso Tantoh, son of Manyongo Mosima "Kuene" Tantoh of South Africa, left, who is HIV-positive, after speaking about his efforts to fight HIV/AIDS worldwide, in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington.
Monday, the People en EspaA ol website premiered Juanes' PSA to raise awareness for National HIV Testing Day, which is June 27. Juanes has long teamed up with Lifebeat to raise awareness for HIV/AIDS.
Art lovers may want to be at a local hotel Friday night for the annual charity auction in support of the Northern AIDS Connection Society .