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AIDS campaigners remember Mandela

AIDS campaigners have mourned the death of Nelson Mandela, declaring his stand against taboo and stigma had turned the tide against the killer disease.

Published
07 December 2013
From
Nine MSN
South Africa to host the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016)

The International AIDS Society (IAS) announced today the selection of Durban, South Africa, as the host city of the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016), the most important event for all those working in the HIV field, including scientists, policymakers, activists, political leaders, healthcare providers, people living with HIV and others committed to the global response to HIV and AIDS.

Published
02 December 2013
From
International AIDS Society
amfAR and Treatment Action Group Call for a Strategic Research Agenda Needed to End HIV/AIDS in the United States

Recent scientific findings prove that providing access to routine testing for HIV, and ensuring that people living with HIV have access to care, helps people with the virus live longer, and reduces the number of people newly infected. Yet research, policy, and funding for health care access are in danger as federal budget paralysis and the impact of sequestration has forced across-the-board cuts to federal spending.

Published
02 December 2013
From
TAG
One of the World's Tiniest, Poorest Countries Is Redefining HIV Care

In Rwanda, success is measured not by how many people live and die, but by how many take their medication and lead normal lives.

Published
02 December 2013
From
The Atlantic
World AIDS Day: Has China's PM made strides in HIV prevention?

After covering up a major epidemic, China's Li Keqiang has made what some call a halfhearted pitch for awareness.

Published
02 December 2013
From
Al Jazeera
Forget politics, HIV could be the deadliest Arab up-rising yet

HIV is thriving in the Middle East and North Africa. Infections have more than doubled since the beginning of the millennium. The epidemic is firmly entrenched in “key” populations, among them men-who-have-sex-with-men, female sex workers and injecting drugs users

Published
02 December 2013
From
The Independent
Malawi's success story in reducing HIV infection

Through dispensing antiretroviral drugs and monitoring their effectiveness, Malawi has slashed deaths and infection rates

Published
02 December 2013
From
The Guardian
'AIDS in Africa' tag out of date as progress differs: campaigners

Progress in the battle against AIDS is widely divergent in different African countries, so much so that to talk about "AIDS in Africa" as one epidemic needing a single approach has become an anachronism, campaigners said on Tuesday.

Published
26 November 2013
From
Reuters
All change...

As part of the last-ever HIV treatment update, Gus Cairns asked a number of prominent activists, movers and shakers in the world of HIV care and prevention in

Published
25 November 2013
From
HIV treatment update
UN report reveals mixed results in fight against AIDS in Asia Pacific

More people than ever before have access to HIV services across the region, with 1.25 million receiving treatment in 2012. But inadequate focus on key populations at higher risk of HIV infection and geographical areas with higher HIV burden mean that most countries in the region are not progressing fast enough to reach global targets on HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.

Published
20 November 2013
From
ABC

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