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A new global alliance launches to end AIDS in children by 2030. Currently, only half of children with HIV are on lifesaving treatment.
Without a major global effort, the world will miss HIV reduction targets, a new UNAIDS report warns.
While cases in the ongoing outbreak have been among gay and bisexual men, some fear the outbreak could spread beyond this group.
Global groups unite to deliver meds.
How UNAIDS, PEPFAR, WHO and other global AIDS groups are racing to get HIV meds to Ukrainians who need them to survive.
Allies and advocates unveil gender-neutral passports, launch new campaigns and show other support for transgender people. [VIDEO]
An AVAC report also notes that most research and development of HIV prevention is funded almost entirely by one type of investor.
The theme for World AIDS Day 2021 is “Ending the HIV Epidemic: Equitable Access, Everyone’s Voice.” Here’s what that means.
While a majority of people with HIV worldwide achieve an undetectable viral load, it may not be durable over time.
But the UNAIDS World AIDS Day report highlights two reasons for hope and outlines a five-part solution.
Here’s what you need to know to share the news on World AIDS Day—and beyond!
People with HIV can now apply for visas and move to New Zealand. These other countries still impose restrictions.
A large international study suggests that changing policies may improve access to HIV treatment and viral suppression.
The current design of the HIV care continuum is a straight line from diagnosis to an undetectable viral load.
Only four members at the U.N. high-level meeting on AIDS voted against a declaration to reduce HIV rates and stigma.
UNAIDS assesses the progress—and path forward—to a healthy and happy life for all people affected by HIV.
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