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A report maps out four common factors that help these cities and countries beat the epidemic. [VIDEO]
Looking only at national prevalence masks hot spots where resources to combat the epidemic are most needed.
The Queen of Pop recalls the early days of the epidemic and discusses her fight against HIV in Africa.
Having a rectal sexually transmitted infection is associated with a higher risk of testing positive for HIV in this population.
The study of a vaccine that is designed to prevent multiple strains of the virus will include 2,600 women in sub-Saharan Africa.
Highly precise analyses of diagnosis and treatment statistics in hard-hit Zambia, Zimbabwe and Malawi reveal crucial disparities.
A massive national campaign to step up testing as well as viral suppression achieved phenomenal results in just five years.
Delivering an infant’s HIV test results by road can take eight weeks in Malawi. UNICEF hopes to save money and time by using drones.
HIV-positive children are more likely than those without the virus to die from severe malaria.
Asking people recently diagnosed to recruit members of their social network for testing can help root out other undiagnosed cases.
The increase of 1.1 million people occurred since late 2012.
A UNAIDS report highlights seven countries in the region.
The report documents the role of stigma and discrimination.
The government of Malawi has stopped enforcing laws that criminalize homosexuality, Pink News reports.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made HIV/AIDS a central focus of her recent visit to Malawi and Uganda, juxtaposing recent differences...
Teenage women are less likely to use condoms if their primary source of spending money comes from their boyfriends.
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