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Many people count on their faith to carry them through difficult times. In Uganda, religious institutions have been at the forefront of helping people cope with the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
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Through the month of December, HBO Documentary Films will present "The Battle of amfAR," the story of the founding of the American Foundation for AIDS Research, the nation's first AIDS research foundation, by Elizabeth Taylor and research scientist Dr. Mathilde Krim.
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There's some bad news in the fight against HIV/AIDS today, as the virus has returned in two men who were previously hoped to be cured.
The nation's new health-care law says insurers can't turn anyone away, even people who are sick.
Some thoughts on the occasion of the final ever issue of HIV treatment update , from Professor Brian Gazzard , chair of the Department of Health's Expert Advisory Group on AIDS and research director of the St Stephen's AIDS Trust.
Many young people who were infected at birth are now adolescents, yet most do not receive the care and support needed to say in good health.
Many HIV patients in Texas are ineligible for subsidies on the new federal health care exchange.
A CD4 testing machine. Research by the University of Zimbabwe shows that female patients with high CD4 counts have developed a nevirapine toxicity.
A group of porn producers for the third time has issued a temporary production moratorium after a performer tested positive for HIV.
Two patients who researchers hoped had been cured of HIV have seen their infections return, dashing hopes that the virus had been eradicated from their bodies.
The 2012 National HIV/AIDS and Reproductive Health Survey-Plus which was recently released by the Federal Government indicate that Nigeria now has HIV prevalence rate of 3.4 per cent with Rivers State leading other states of the country with a prevalence rate of 15.2 per cent.
The fight against HIV has suffered a disheartening setback after the virus reemerged in two patients previously believed to have been functionally cured.
Mr. Bede Ziedeng, the Northern Regional Minister has said false prophets and herbalists who profess to have the cure for HIV and AIDS were barriers in the quest to reduce HIV infections.