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Bill Clinton and WHO lend China their support for HIV/AIDS Initiative

Bill Clinton and WHO lend China their support for HIV/AIDS Initiative

Inexpensive generic fixed-dose combined therapies appears the most suitable solution for treating AIDS in developing countries

Inexpensive generic fixed-dose combined therapies appears the most suitable solution for treating AIDS in developing countries

Estimates of 5.1 million HIV positive people bring India closer to the South African HIV infected population of 5.3 million people

Estimates of 5.1 million HIV positive people bring India closer to the South African HIV infected population of 5.3 million people

New research may help doctors diagnose diseases like HIV and hepatitis C earlier

New research may help doctors diagnose diseases like HIV and hepatitis C earlier

How the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is being implemented in four African countries

How the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is being implemented in four African countries

Americans give Russia $34.2 million to help treat and care for people living with HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis

Americans give Russia $34.2 million to help treat and care for people living with HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis

Generic fixed-dose combinations (FDCs) of antiretrovirals are a key factor in access to treatment of HIV/AIDS infection in the developing world

Generic fixed-dose combinations (FDCs) of antiretrovirals are a key factor in access to treatment of HIV/AIDS infection in the developing world

Sweden funds HIV/AIDS prevention and care in China

Sweden funds HIV/AIDS prevention and care in China

Access to HIV antiretroviral therapies in the developing world should be a major world health priority

Access to HIV antiretroviral therapies in the developing world should be a major world health priority

Young gay men experience high rates of anti-gay violence and harassment

Young gay men experience high rates of anti-gay violence and harassment

Computer learning better than traditional counseling when educating injection drug users about HIV/AIDS

Computer learning better than traditional counseling when educating injection drug users about HIV/AIDS

The medical use of marijuana

The medical use of marijuana

Women delay AIDS with vitamins B, C and E

Women delay AIDS with vitamins B, C and E

Relatively difficult for the AIDS virus to develop resistance to the drug, tenofovir, or the DAPY (diarylpyrimidine) family of compounds

Relatively difficult for the AIDS virus to develop resistance to the drug, tenofovir, or the DAPY (diarylpyrimidine) family of compounds

AIDS is the fifth leading killer of women aged 25-44

AIDS is the fifth leading killer of women aged 25-44

Kaposi sarcoma virus common in people who are HIV positive turns lymph vessel cells into a cancer

Kaposi sarcoma virus common in people who are HIV positive turns lymph vessel cells into a cancer

It is imperative for those who are at risk of getting HIV to be tested

It is imperative for those who are at risk of getting HIV to be tested

HHS has extended the availability of a recently approved rapid oral HIV test

HHS has extended the availability of a recently approved rapid oral HIV test

McGuinty government improves supportive services for people with HIV/AIDS

McGuinty government improves supportive services for people with HIV/AIDS

Bush outlines government actions on HIV/AIDS

Bush outlines government actions on HIV/AIDS