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Women’s Cooperatives Ease Burden of HIV in Kenya

By Charles Karis NAIROBI - Seventy-three-year-old Dorcus Auma effortlessly weaves sisal fronds into a beautiful basket as she walks the tiny path that snakes up...

A Triple Threat in the Fight Against AIDS

  By Tharanga Yakupitiyage UNITED NATIONS  - The exclusion of key regions, contexts and actors must be addressed in order to successfully and significantly reduce HIV...

United Nations formally recognizes LGBT within AIDS Policy

By Karanja Gaçuça The United Nations will Incorporate Language that Specifically Recognizes LGBTQ populations in HIV Treatment. The United Nations has made significant steps in recognizing...

USAID grant to support Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative

  USAID grant to support Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative’s efforts to improve and expand HIV/AIDS treatment programs in Southern Africa HOUSTON –  The United States...

Newly Discovered HIV Genome Modification May Put a Twist on Vaccine...

Crucial HIV RNA modification called m6A influences viral replication, but wasn’t previously taken into consideration when developing anti-HIV therapies San Diego - Researchers at University...

Sexism in the Fight against AIDS: Ending AIDS is impossible without...

By Mariah Lopez On this International Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, I think of all the women who are responsible for why I'm alive...

Forgotten Survivors of AIDS

The San Francisco Chronicle Debuts Special Report on the Forgotten Survivors of AIDS with Documentary Film "Last Men Standing" Landmark Project Highlights the Lives and...

Cutting Prison Sentences Could Reduce Spread of HIV, Study Suggests

Reducing incarceration can reduce the number of sexual partners men and women have. Reducing the number of men who go to prison could help curb...

CDC: Half Of All Gay Black Men Will Become HIV+

By Nathan James A report released yesterday by the Centers For Disease Control (CDC), paint a grim picture for gay black men in America, whose...

Vaginal ring may be important HIV prevention option for women

Two clinical trials offer first evidence that vaginal ring may be important HIV prevention option for women; AVAC says donors, researchers, regulators and communities...