African business key to AIDS fight - Holbrooke
Jul 07 05

Africa’s businesses are a key weapon in the war against HIV/AIDS but thus far have not done enough to combat the epidemic, Richard Holbrooke said on Thursday.


Japanese Scientists Introduce New HIV Drug
Jul 06 05


Angelina Jolie adopts Ethiopian AIDS orphan
Jul 06 05

Actress Angelina Jolie is adopting a newborn Ethiopian girl orphaned by AIDS, People magazine reported on Tuesday.

Jolie, who has toured the world as goodwill ambassador for the…


Asia in danger of AIDS explosion
Jul 06 05

The risk of AIDS spreading in Asia is higher than ever and there is a danger of an “explosion” of the deadly disease if prevention efforts are not intensified…


Task force urges HIV testing of all pregnant women
Jul 05 05

The US Preventive Services Task Force has updated its 1996 guidelines for HIV screening, and now recommends that all pregnant women be tested.

That way,


AIDS Risk Increasing in Asia: UNAIDS Report
Jul 03 05


China AIDS victims fight bad drugs, ineptitude
Jun 30 05


Low-Level Viremia ‘Blips’ in Very Early HIV Infection
Jun 24 05

Intermittent low-level viremia (LLV) can occur in the very early stages of primary HIV infection, before the ramp-up phase of HIV viremia, according to a new report.


Racial gap seen in gay sex HIV rates
Jun 23 05


US approves Boehringer drug for resistant HIV
Jun 23 05


Japan’s AIDS stigma hampers treatment
Jun 22 05

A strong stigma against AIDS in Japan is hampering access to treatment in the world’s second-largest economy, activists said on Wednesday, even as experts warn an explosion of the disease…


HIV positive African clergy fight AIDS stigma
Jun 22 05

A group of African clergy infected with HIV is urging the faithful to test for the virus and admit their status to help fight stigma hampering efforts to stem


Generic drugs key to uphill AIDS fight
Jun 21 05

Generic drugs hold the key to AIDS treatment in the developing world, although a target of getting 3 million people on therapy by the end of 2005 may…


S. Africa court mulls AIDS drugs defamation
Jun 21 05

A South African court reserved judgment on Tuesday on an attempt by the country’s most influential AIDS activist group to block an AIDS “dissident” from labelling it a…


Indian, Pakistani prostitutes discuss AIDS lessons
Jun 20 05


Internet fuels risky sex in gay, bisexual men
Jun 16 05


AIDS “tsunami” threatens Africa’s children
Jun 15 05


Blacks hardest hit by HIV in US
Jun 14 05

Blacks account for nearly half of the more than 1 million Americans with HIV, according to federal data released on Monday that suggests the battlelines of the nation’s

Mandela urges rich world to act against AIDS
Jun 13 05


Global Fund grant to Russia to boost AIDS drugs
Jun 10 05

The number of Russian AIDS patients receiving life-extending drugs will increase ten-fold to 15,500 under a two-year project, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS,…


Science hopes to give women new tools against AIDS
Jun 09 05


China’s migrant workers a high AIDS risk
Jun 09 05

China faces a tragic surge in HIV/AIDS cases unless it curbs the spread of the disease among the vast country’s transient rural workforce, a Chinese health expert said…


S. Africa warns of “national wipe-out” from AIDS
Jun 08 05

South Africa faces “national wipe-out” unless it steps up its war on HIV/AIDS, a business leader said on Wednesday as a study showed education - one of…


South Africa’s armed forces grapple with HIV/AIDS
Jun 07 05


Zimbabwe to seek more AIDS help as politics weighs
Jun 05 05

Zimbabwe and U.N. agencies will ask donors for at least $40 million for HIV/AIDS programmes between 2006-7, hoping to speed funding that officials charge is being…

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