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And the 2016 Republican Platform only mentions AIDS in a section on Africa.
U.S. PEPFAR funding favors nations with generalized epidemics.
The Global Forum on MSM & HIV supports gay and bisexual men and other men who have sex with men.
The program also boosted the rates of HIV diagnosis and treatment.
Couples who received PrEP as a “bridge” to HIV treatment lowered their risk of transmission by 95 percent.
$40M focuses on keeping girls in school in sub-Saharan Africa.
Studies have shed new light onto why young women in South Africa have high rates of HIV infection and how to prevent the virus's spread.
HIV’s spread in Western nations has been driven by geopolitical forces such as the ease of travel from the United States in particular.
The 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016) will focus on populations most vulnerable to HIV and discrimination.
For the first time, researchers have shown a link between circumcision as well as HIV treatment and a reduction in infection rates.
HIV-positive breast-feeding mothers on antiretroviral treatment nearly eliminate their risk of transmitting the virus to their babies.
PrEP rollout globally has been sluggish, resulting in a missed chance to confront the disproportionate epidemic of HIV among gay and bi men.
The six-part “NewsHour” series kicks off with a look at “getting to zero” in San Francisco.
Yet the country sees about 1,200 cases of HIV each year.
Taking stock of the 35th anniversary of AIDS and the 20th anniversary of effective combination HIV treatment
There are approximately 36.9 million people living with HIV worldwide
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