Giving a rape survivor the option of forcing a suspect to be tested for HIV under court order would seem to be useful for the survivor's health and peace of mind.
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Schools in Indonesia should develop innovative approaches to teaching about HIV/AIDS to help prevent the spread of the disease among youth.
Despite advances in access to AIDS treatment in the developing world, the disease is overwhelming efforts to combat it.
A growing number of drug-resistant strains of HIV are a threat to the effectiveness of current treatments.
A brief skill-building program on practices to reduce exposure to sexually transmitted disease and HIV improved the self-reported protective behaviors of inner-city black women for up to one year.
The June 27 is announced a National HIV testing Day. Thousands of HIV counseling and testing sites, state and local health departments, and community-based HIV/AIDS service providers will participate in NHTD events all over the country.
Ministry of Health in Canadian province of Ontario has launched a program to provide no-cost rapid HIV tests to residents.
Humans might lack immunity to HIV in part because they carry a version of a protein that protected them against a long-extinct virus.
G8 committed to scaling up HIV prevention because we will never reach treatment goals unless we also prevent new infections.
New York Legislature approved a measure that would require suspects indicted for rape to be tested for HIV.
Gay pride events provide opportunities outside of health care settings to identify new HIV cases among men who have sex with men.
Lack of agreement over a compensation package has stalled an agreement that could lead to the release of six medical workers who were sentenced to death for allegedly intentionally infecting the children with HIV.
PlusNews/Mail & Guardian examined women's perspectives on male circumcision as an HIV prevention method.
Reform of expanded access programs that allow HIV-positive people to take new drugs before final federal approval is needed.
Recent recall of Roche's antiretroviral drug Viracept has "created panic" among HIV-positive people taking antiretrovirals in Zambia, some of whom believe that other drugs might not be safe
Chinese agencies have launched a joint, nationwide campaign to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS among college students.
Literacy levels among women, differences in literacy levels between genders and inequalities in income also are positively correlated with HIV/AIDS prevalence.
In Arab communities it's taboo to talk about sex. People are afraid you can get HIV just by talking about it.
A forum sponsored by not-for-profit Group Ministries, which is a part of the Communities of Color Coalition of New York State, on Friday addressed HIV/AIDS issues related to black and other minority women, the Buffalo News reports.
Washington should be allowed to fund needle-exchange programs to prevent the spread of HIV among injection drug users in the city.
The number of HIV/AIDS cases in Russia's North Caucasus is increasing with a "terrifying speed".
Springfield-Greene County Health Department partners with AIDS Project of the Ozarks to recognize six individuals who have chosen to speak out in an effort to encourage Ozark residents to get tested for HIV.
About half of the residents in the remote Papua region in eastern Indonesia have never heard of HIV/AIDS, according to a study funded by the World Bank, the U.S. government and Family Health International, Reuters reports.