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The study in Vietnam examined the effects of an intervention based in cognitive behavioral and motivational enhancement therapy.
Over $12 million in grants has been awarded to the Wistar Institute to research the links between opioid receptors and immune activation.
A guest blog post by Andrew Ngo, age 18.
Red Flamboyant is Don Nguyen’s play about “female warriors in AIDS-stricken Vietnam.”
In the absence of universal treatment, prioritizing HIV meds for specific high-risk subgroups may have a greater effect on curbing the...
There is a vast range in outcomes of success at suppressing HIV with antiretroviral treatment among people taking the drugs in poorer nations.
The Asia-Pacific trade agreement currently being negotiated by U.S. trade representatives may hamper international efforts to fight HIV/AIDS,...
According to documents leaked from U.S. trade talks from Vietnam, a deal U.S. negotiators are pressing for would negatively impact efforts to...
New research looks at HIV behind bars.
The United States and
Vietnam have agreed to a “partnership framework” to fight HIV/AIDS in Vietnam,
according to a State Depart...
Illinois-based Adoption-Link Inc. has found adoptive families for about 60 HIV-positive children through its Chances by Choice program, the Ch...
After two years of lobbying by the Ho Chi Minh City orphanage, the An Nhon Dong Elementary School in Vietnam granted permission for 15 HIV-pos...
The Vietnam government is increasing public education and help for people at high risk for HIV through a new prevention program supported by U...
Vietnam’s Ministry of Health is urging all of its citizens to participate in an HIV/AIDS campaign, the Vietnam News Agency reports.
Deputy Prime Minister Truong Vihn Trong reported that the Vietnamese government has made dramatic improvements in addressing the epidemic
According to a report released May 20, 50 to 100 people in Vietnam become HIV positive each day, online newspaper VietNamNet Bridge reports.
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