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Disruptions in prevention and treatment services due to the pandemic could cause a substantial increase in deaths in poorer nations.
And efforts to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria have saved 27 million lives since 2002.
However, there is hope that two HIV vaccines under investigation may at least cut transmission risk in half and qualify for mass use.
The major strains of viral hepatitis have surpassed HIV, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria as a cause of annual deaths globally.
Surely a nod to the HIV and hep C outbreaks in Indiana, Obama said he hopes the nation will battle prescription drug abuse and heroin abuse.
HIV-positive children are more likely than those without the virus to die from severe malaria.
The nets prevent malaria, an infection that increases the spread of HIV in the body.
A small trial shows that a new vaccine is 100 percent effective at preventing malaria.
A new malaria vaccine has shown 100 percent effectiveness at preventing the infection in a small trial.
Cuts to anti-malaria funding worldwide are threatening progress.
The new model will give countries more flexibility and predictability.
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, in partnership with The Huffington Post, has launched a new digital campaign to influ...
A coalition of business and social media moguls aims to eliminate mother-to-child HIV transmission by 2015, The Associated Press (AP) reports.
Luke Lee, a professor of Bioengineering at University of California at Berkeley (UCB), has been awarded $1.47 million in research funding over...
The Global Fund to Fights AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has announced it will make no new grants or funding until 2014 and it will take some...
Two scientists at Northwestern University, Linda J. Broadbelt and Keith E.J. Tyo, will receive a $100,000 grant for research that could...
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