POZ - Global - HIV AIDS news from around the world

POZ - Health, Life and HIV
Subscribe to:
POZ magazine
E-newsletters
Join POZ: Facebook MySpace Twitter Pinterest
Tumblr Google+ Flickr MySpace
POZ Personals
Sign In / Join
Username:
Password:
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Current HIV/AIDS news and opinion from around the world
> Blogs > POZ Exclusives > Treatment News > POZ TV


Thinking Strategically

Advocates seek national AIDS strategy in Canada.



Life Sentence

LGBT people with HIV in Uganda face life in prison.



Success at a Crossroads

The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief 10 years later.



Farewell to PEPFAR

Ambassador Eric Goosby resigns as U.S. global AIDS coordinator.



Time to Tip
the Scales

What needs to happen now to end the AIDS pandemic.



Leading PEPFAR

Deborah Birx, MD, has been nominated for U.S. global AIDS coordinator.



Less Inclined

Partner violence may reduce female-initiated HIV prevention.


Global Fund Boosts TB Efforts

The Global Fund seeks to reach 3 million people living with TB.



HIV Rates
Fall in Kenya

New data analysis shows how Kenya's infection rates have fallen.



Not Deported

Ugandan HIV physician Paul Semugoma, MD, will stay in South Africa.



R.I.P. Nelson Mandela

The former South African president supported HIV/AIDS causes.



Positive
African Men

The late South African activist Simon Nkoli is an LGBT History Month honoree.



Fire in the Blood

Dylan Mohan Gray warns that the global fight for access to low-cost HIV drugs isn't over.



Say What?
Greek Edition

The WHO puts out a false statement


HIV Clinic Raided in Uganda

U.S.-funded HIV clinic gets raided by police in Uganda.


South Africa Leads in HIV Prevalence

South Africa has the highest HIV incidence in the world.




Hepatitis C Board Meeting

TAG organizes the first Hep C world meeting.


$2M for Youth

UNAIDS gets $2M for HIV treatment for youth.



A New PATH

Grant Colfax joins the international nonprofit Program for Appropriate Technology in Health.



Dignity For All

The first Zero Discrimination Day is March 1, 2014.



Two Steps

Desmond Tutu urges President Obama to increase global access to antiretrovirals.

NEWSFEED
They Report It.
We Bring It To You.

Advocates Seek National AIDS Strategy in Canada

U.S.-Funded HIV Clinic Raided by Police in Uganda

Deborah Birx Confirmed as U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator

South Africa Has Highest HIV Incidence in the World

Global Fund Seeks to Reach 3 Million People Living With TB

Egyptian General Claims Machine Cures HIV and Hepatitis C

Activists Challenge Ugandan Anti-LGBT Law in Court

First Global Inventory of Avian Influenza Strains

Red Cross and Red Crescent to Scale Up HIV Treatment Access

Zero Discrimination Day 2014

Hepatitis C World Community Advisory Board Meeting 2014

The Well Project Relaunches Online Resources

> More Newsfeed

TREATMENT NEWS
Global updates

HIV Meds Greatly Benefit South Africans, But Favor Women

HIV Spreads Readily Between Rural Ugandan Communities

HIV Rates Fall in Kenya

HIV Treatment Leads to Major Drop in New Infections in BC

FDA Approves Generic Reyataz for Use Abroad Via PEPFAR

Pharma Groups Conspired to Bolster South African Drug Patents

Slow Progress in Getting Africans on ARVs Early in HIV Disease

ARVs Cause Massive Gains in Life Expectancy in South Africa

Worldwide, Employment Is Linked to HIV Drug Adherence

If CD4s Are High, A Multivitamin Combo Slows HIV Without ARVs

Syringe Exchanges Prevent HIV: Just Ask Australia

Rates of Failure in HIV Drugs Vary Widely in Poorer Nations

> More Treatment News
AFRICA


U.S.-Funded HIV Clinic Raided by Police in Uganda

South Africa Has Highest HIV Incidence in the World

Egyptian General Claims Machine Cures HIV and Hepatitis C

Activists Challenge Ugandan Anti-LGBT Law in Court

HIV Physician Paul Semugoma Not Deported to Uganda

LGBT People With HIV in Uganda Face Life in Prison Under Law

HIV Meds Greatly Benefit South Africans, But Favor Women

HIV Spreads Readily Between Rural Ugandan Communities


AMERICAS


Advocates Seek National AIDS Strategy in Canada

Deborah Birx Confirmed as U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator

$177K in HIV Grants for 9 Gay, Trans Groups in Latin America

HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Networks Restructured Through 2021

Suzette Moses-Burton Is Executive Director of GNP+

Eric Goosby, Norman Fowler Join IAVI Board

HIV Treatment Leads to Major Drop in New Infections in BC

Global HIV Treatment Reaches Tipping Point in Many Nations

ASIA PACIFIC


Hepatitis C World Community Advisory Board Meeting 2014

Andrew Hunter, HIV and Sex Worker Rights Activist, Dies

UNAIDS Urges India to Repeal Law Criminalizing Gay Sex

Vivek Hallegere Murthy Nominated for U.S. Surgeon General

Global Fund Suspends Contracts With Mosquito Net Suppliers

Tahir Foundation Gives $65M to Global Fund

Syringe Exchanges Prevent HIV: Just Ask Australia

Rates of Failure in HIV Drugs Vary Widely in Poorer Nations

EUROPE


Andrew Hunter, HIV and Sex Worker Rights Activist, Dies

Eric Goosby, Norman Fowler Join IAVI Board

BBC Reprimands Graham Norton for Wearing AIDS Ribbon on TV

No Evidence of Deliberate HIV Self-Infection by Greeks

Prudential, KPMG Sued for HIV Disability Discrimination

BMS Launches 'Partnering for Cure'

Significant Drop in Global New HIV Cases and AIDS Deaths

Improvements Needed in Addressing Global Pediatric HIV

[ about Smart + Strong | about POZ | POZ advisory board | partner links | advertising policy | advertise/contact us | site map]
© 2014 Smart + Strong. All Rights Reserved. Terms of use and Your privacy.
Smart + Strong® is a registered trademark of CDM Publishing, LLC.