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World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day

Interview with Dr. Michael Gottlieb

GBMNews is privileged to interview Dr. Michael Gottlieb one of the pioneers in the fight against HIV/AIDS. According to his profile in Wikipedia: Dr. Gottlieb...

Lesotho clinic celebrates progress, promise on 10th anniversary and World AIDS...

  HOUSTON – World AIDS Day 2015 has special meaning to the physicians, staff and patients of the Baylor College of Medicine-Texas Children’s Hospital-Bristol-Myers Squibb...

NCLR, HRC, and CHLP Launch Campaign to Raise Awareness of HIV...

Washington, DC, —Today, the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR), the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), and the Center for HIV Law and Policy (CHLP)...

Johnson & Johnson Marks World AIDS Day with Major New Global...

Partnerships Announced with PEPFAR, Clinton Health Access Initiative, and International Partnership for Microbicides NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., - Building on its 25-year legacy in the fight...

New Harris Study Paints New Face of AIDS

New Survey Showed That Most People Living With HIV Were More Concerned About Their Other Chronic Health Conditions Than Their HIV KENILWORTH, N.J., – Merck...

2015 World AIDS Day Proclamation by President Barack Obama

WORLD AIDS DAY, 2015 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION More than three decades ago, the first known cases of HIV/AIDS sparked...

Ending AIDS Requires Strategy, Funding

In the 35-years of the epidemic, about 80-million people have become infected with HIV and nearly 40-million have died. But great progress has been made in recent years in preventing and treating the disease. UNAIDS – the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS – has set a goal of ending the epidemic by 2030. An advocacy group says a strategic plan and much funding are needed to achieve that goal

Ebola Overshadows Fight Against HIV/AIDS in Sierra Leone

FREETOWN - The outbreak of the deadly Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone has dwarfed the campaign against HIV/AIDS, to the extent that patients no longer go to hospitals and treatment centres out of fear of contracting the Ebola virus.

South Africa Sees Male Circumcision as Way to Reduce HIV Infections

JOHANNESBURG — South Africa remains plagued by AIDS despite massive government and NGO efforts on prevention and life-sustaining Anti-Retro-Viral programs. The country has the highest number of new HIV infection worldwide and 15 to 20 percent of the adult population is HIV positive. But it has opened up another front to reduce new HIV infections: promoting circumcision.

Openly gay Australian gymnast Ji Wallace Joins TEAM TO END AIDS

Los Angeles, Calif.  – Olympic silver medalist Ji Wallace has joined TEAM TO END AIDS (T2), an endurance training program benefiting AIDS Project Los...