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Men to get HPV vaccine in new drive to combat cancer, announces health minister Jane Ellison

The first men in England have started receiving the vaccination as part of a pilot to stamp out cancers and genital disease. The scheme went live in two clinics this week and will eventually see 40,000 men vaccinated to protect them against penile, anal and other cancers. The project is specifically targeted at men who have sex with men, but ministers are exploring the possibility of rolling out the HPV vaccine to all boys.

Published
08 June 2016
From
Evening Standard
To keep winning against AIDS, China needs to talk more about gay sex

Despite successes in keeping HIV under control in other groups in China, men who have sex with men are experiencing the worst spike in new infections of HIV, with male homosexual sex constituting 80 percent of new cases in China. Beijing has never really managed to address the spread of the virus in this population.

Published
08 June 2016
From
PRI
Advocacy brief for UN High Level Meeting says The Global Fund and key populations are delivering results

The Global Fund Advocates Network (GFAN) has released an advocacy brief aimed at stakeholders who are involved in the 2016 High Level Meeting on Ending AIDS.

Published
08 June 2016
From
Global Fund Observer
Sub-type C infection does not increase the risk of virologic failure when people are taking tenofovir-containing first-line ART

There is no evidence that HIV-positive people with sub-type C infection have an increased risk of treatment failure when receiving tenofovir-containing regimens, investigators from the UK report in

Published
08 June 2016
By
Michael Carter
UN High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS faces battle over key populations

Activists say that a United Nations Political Declaration on Ending AIDS, due to be finalised this week at a UN High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS in New York,

Published
07 June 2016
By
Keith Alcorn
Men who have sex with men, sex workers groups ask: Will next UN political declaration on HIV and AIDS exclude most affected, least reached populations?

As world representatives meet this week to set next course on HIV, deletions of key populations raise questions on commitment to ambitious 90-90-90 goals.

Published
07 June 2016
From
Science Speaks
How to meet the first-ever global hepatitis targets

It will be critical to ensure that the ambitious targets towards HCV elimination by 2030 are accompanied by predictable and focussed funding for testing, prevention and treatment, especially for middle-income countries, which suffer from the highest burden of HCV infections. In addition, placing the most at risk populations, in particular PWID, at the centre of the response will be essential. Despite dramatic advances in science with new medicines able to cure nearly all PLHCV, including people co-infected with HIV and the emergence of promising policies, the question of access to care by the communities most in need remains.

Published
06 June 2016
From
International AIDS Society
Why Naloxone Should Be Accessible For Everyone

A medical examiner has confirmed that musician Prince died of an overdose on fentanyl, a powerful opioid. This high-profile case illustrates why governments must embrace naloxone: a safe and affordable medicine that prevents deadly opioid overdoses.

Published
06 June 2016
From
Talking Drugs
No ending AIDS in Africa without protecting rights

Ahead of the United Nations General Assembly High Level Meeting (HLM) on Ending AIDS, the AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) cautions African governments against back-tracking on their AIDS commitments and failing to protect the rights of people living with HIV, women and girls and key populations, such as sex workers, people who use drugs, transgender people and men who have sex with men.

Published
06 June 2016
From
ARASA
How a young doctor shocked India with its first HIV diagnosis 30 years ago

The year was 1986. It was a hot, humid day in June when Dr Suniti Solomon first discovered that the deadly HIV/AIDS virus had made its way to India.

Published
06 June 2016
From
Hindustan Times

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