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Chinese scientist claims to have edited embryos to make children HIV resistant.
Underage users allegedly contracted the virus via dates set up on the Chinese app Blued.
A pair of twin girls have been born as a part of his efforts, greatly alarming the worldwide research community.
Most transmissions in the 14 percent surge occurred via sex.
This is according to an analysis of 35,000 people with high CD4 counts diagnosed with HIV in China.
These rates are driven in large part by hepatitis B and C.
Chinese researchers have added their voices to the global chorus warning that the STI is showing increasing signs of antibiotic resistance.
A Chinese study of the real-world effects of antiretroviral treatment’s capacity to reduce the risk of HIV transmission has found it...
A report by amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, and Global Action for Trans Equality (GATE) profiles 10 groups working for the rights and...
Two men living with HIV, and a male friend who is HIV negative, were not allowed to board a plane.
Battle lines are drawn as the global health community prepares to face off with Big Pharma over the astronomic cost of treatment.
Advocates have expressed concern.
Experts say taking away the patent for the HIV/AIDS and hepatitis B drug will open the door for cheaper versions of the drug.
The survey shows that children receive little sex ed from schools or parents.
At a meeting with activists, the new prime minister wore a red ribbon and shook hands with HIV-positive people.
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