IAVI recognizes the importance of interim data released today by the NIH suggesting circumcision may cut in half men's risk of contracting HIV/AIDS through heterosexual sex.
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China promotes AIDS and HIV awarness by inviting AIDS affected children to spend time with the Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to the Chinese leadership's Beijing compound to play to chat and to sing.
In 2005, more than 3 million labour force participants worldwide were partially or fully unable to work because of illness due to AIDS. ILO report on HIV/AIDS and work shows that both prevention and treatment could bring significant benefits to the global labour force and the economy.
HIV/AIDS prevention programs get better results when they target the people most at risk and make adaptations as the course of the epidemic changes.
International HIV/AIDS trial finds that risks of death, AIDS and other major diseases increase on episodic antiretroviral therapy.
Because sex and childbearing are central to the lives of almost everyone, including those living with HIV, effective programs must take into account the sexual and reproductive health needs and aspirations of people living with HIV.
The Vatican's office for health care has concluded a study on the use of condoms in the fight against AIDS, and the long-awaited report on it is now being examined by the Vatican's doctrinal watchdog, a senior cardinal said Tuesday.
Adherence to HIV medications is the greatest predictor of death.
The key to combating AIDS in Russia may be to treat HIV infected drug users.
Segments of the HIV infected population who have little to no consistent outpatient medical care are most in need and are overwhelmingly minorities, the poor and substance abusers.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota have identified a protein that enables viruses such as HIV to infect cells and spread through the body.
HIV screening encouragement by CDC is commendable, but eliminating the only safeguards that guarantee that HIV testing is voluntary and informed does little to ensure that people will receive the care they need.
The economic cost of HIV/AIDS is far greater than previously estimated, and the cost is even higher for minorities.
Researchers succeed in preventing the HIV virus from making immune system cells dysfunctional.
Practical advice and individualized attention can help people with HIV stick to a consistent drug treatment.
Report could lead to new understanding of HIV disease mechanism, potential new therapies.
When there are millions of patients clamoring for anti AIDS drugs and precious little to go around, who decides which patients go to the front of the line?
New pathway that may aid in treating, preventing HIV reported at AIDS 2006.
Having their immune system cells go through a laboratory version of boot camp may help patients win their battle against HIV.
In comparing two commonly used HIV treatments, researchers found one triple drug therapy was significantly more effective at reducing HIV viral load in the blood when used as a first-line treatment.