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New York Times published letters to the editor in response to a recent Times opinion piece by Daniel Halperin about HIV/AIDS and other global public health issues.
The new book 'Dangerous Surrender' encourages Christians to help fight the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
Black AIDS Institute released the first in a series of educational briefs on electoral politics -- We Demand Accountability: The 2008 Presidential Elections and the Black AIDS Epidemic.
Widespread sexual assaults during postelection violence in Kenya likely will reverse gains made in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Saudi Arabian National Human Rights Society recently called on HIV-positive people in the country to report any discrimination they experience from employers or the public.
New Jersey bill will require all pregnant women and some infants in the state to be tested for HIV unless women choose in writing to opt out of the test.
Florida International University to expand its Center for Research on U.S. Latinos, HIV/AIDS and Drug Abuse.
Although HIV/AIDS in developing countries requires continued attention and preventing deaths from the disease remains imperative, other public health needs should not be ignored.
Swaziland population has decreased by 17,489 people to 912,229, and many experts have attributed demographic changes to the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Researchers plan to begin a clinical trial to test a Web-based software program that aims to fight the spread of HIV by reducing risky behaviors that can spread the virus.
City funding for needle-exchange programs in Washington, D.C., will provide the district with a new weapon against HIV.
Poverty and violence are preventing HIV-positive women living in Zambia from accessing antiretroviral drugs and hindering the government's efforts to expand treatment access.
New data show a dramatic shift by men acutely infected with HIV to choose to have unprotected intercourse only with other HIV-infected partners.
Treatment with an investigational drug that induces the release of growth hormone significantly improved the symptoms of HIV lipodystrophy.
The Nigerian Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development recently developed a policy that provides a framework for addressing HIV/AIDS in the workplace.
Action for Empowerment Organization appealed to Kenyan government to exempt taxes on goods imported into the country for HIV-positive people.
Madagascar's response to HIV/AIDS has been one of the most aggressive in Africa and should serve as a model for how to prevent the transmission of the virus.
The biggest impediment to routine HIV testing is not state restrictions or insufficient funding, but rather government health insurance.
A common protein in human semen increases the infectious potential of HIV 100,000-fold.
Increasing the availability of contraception for women in Africa could prevent tens of thousands more pediatric HIV cases at a lower cost.
L'Oreal, UNESCO launched a program that will train hairdressers in the country to promote discussion and educate people about HIV/AIDS.
The number of estimated HIV/AIDS cases in China has increased to 700,000.
It is known that HIV-infected children who do not receive appropriate antiretroviral drugs experience immune depression.
A Namibian program requires HIV-positive people to have a "treatment supporter" before beginning antiretroviral therapy.
HIV/AIDS has become a forgotten disease among young people in the European Union.