Delegates of the National Baptist Convention USA -- the nation's largest black religious organization -- this week for the first time will discuss the issue of HIV/AIDS in the black community, the AP/Springfield News-Leader reports.
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Kentucky Department for Public Health's seventh annual African-American and Latino Youth Conference on HIV/AIDS is set for Saturday, June 23, at the Lexington Traditional Magnet School.
The group of HIV/AIDS health care advocates to lobby on looming changes for people living with HIV/AIDS, had no idea that Hays made his anti-gay sentiments known to a group of university students asking for support of an anti-bullying bill three months prior.
454 Life Sciences and a Yale School of Medicine researcher have used the company's Genome Sequencer system to identify previously undetectable rare drug resistant HIV variants in samples from an earlier performed clinical trial.
A coalition of physicians, nurses, social workers, concerned community members, and Florida HIV/AIDS patients, will participate in a Lobby Day and protest of Governor Charlie Crist's AIDS policies.
International AIDS Society and Kaiser Family Foundation announced a partnership to provide worldwide online access to the 4th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention in Sydney, Australia, 22-25 July 2007.
Mayor Sheila Dixon joined city and state health department officials and community leaders to announce a new citywide campaign to prevent HIV infection among youth.
The discussions with African representatives were "very honest, very open" German Chancellor Angela Merkel said after the first working session on the last day of the Summit in Heiligendamm. US$60 billion have been pledged over the coming years to combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis.
The Chancellor's message to the countries of Africa was this: "We are aware of our responsibility and we will honour our commitments." The G8 needed to "fulfil the promises we made," she said.
AIDS Healthcare Foundation is pleased to announce the opening of the sixth such free AIDS treatment centers in Cambodia.
Clinical Care Options announced the launch of a new continuing medical education program that includes both online and mobile interactive decision support tools to assist in the treatment of HIV-infected patients.
New recommendations aim for wider knowledge of HIV status and greatly increased access to HIV treatment and prevention.
Merck & Co announced the release of the "Blueprint for Business Action on HIV/AIDS."
Congressman Tom Lantos, the co-author of 2003 legislation creating and funding the U.S. fight against global HIV/AIDS, applaused President Bush's statement about enlarging the program.
More than 2,500 people will participate in this year's AIDS/LifeCycle, a 7-day, 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles, beginning June 3, that raises millions of dollars for AIDS services and heightens HIV/AIDS awareness.
"DINE OUT DETROIT" will give area residents the opportunity to fight AIDS by doing something they frequently do: GO OUT TO EAT!
Hong Kong Department of Health revealed that 91 people were tested positive for HIV antibody in the first quarter of 2007, bringing the cumulative total of reported HIV infections to 3 289.
There were 20 new cases of AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) reported in the same quarter, bringing to 875 the total number of confirmed AIDS cases reported since 1985.
Ohio State University Medical Center to continue testing new AIDS treatments, vaccines and prevention methods.
AIDS Action Council underscored its support of the Stop AIDS in Prison Act of 2007.
Commemorates the tenth annual human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) Vaccine Awareness Day which offers an opportunity to review the progress made over twenty years of research for a safe and effective human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) vaccine.
A vaccine that prevents HIV infection remains an important goal in the fight against AIDS, but the current top HIV vaccine candidates may not work in this way.
On National Asian and Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we honor those who have dedicated themselves to promoting HIV/AIDS awareness and education among people of Asian and Pacific Island heritage.
It is also a day to remember those whom we have lost to HIV/AIDS and to recommit ourselves to stopping this deadly disease from spreading within our communities.
UCLA AIDS Institute researchers have discovered that when a crucial portion of a peptide structure in monkeys that defends against viruses, bacteria and other foreign invaders is reversed, the peptide actually encourages infection with HIV.
U.S. Food & Drug Administration has approved new HIV-1 test for diagnostic use in the United States, that enables faster results for doctors monitoring treatment response.