The latest news on AIDS/ HIV
After denial, N.Y. woman finds way to keep the condition from controlling her life
With climbing infection and death rates, experts stress need to stem the growing disparity
Prevention efforts vital in high-risk areas, researchers say
In an ambitious road map for slashing the global spread of AIDS, the Obama administration says treating people sooner and more rapid expansion of other proven tools could help even the hardest-hit countries begin turning the tide of the epidemic over the next three to five years.
HIV-positive kids taking anti-malarials plus protease inhibitors had lower rates of recurrence
Saturday marks World AIDS Day. Fight the epidemic simply by being informed.
Three women AIDS activists saying they wanted to highlight the "naked truth" about potential spending cuts in HIV programs have been arrested after taking their clothes off in the lobby of House Speaker John Boehner's office.
Children and young adults 13 to 24 now represent more than one in four new infections, CDC says
If simian hemorrhagic fever virus 'jumps' species, the fallout could be catastrophic.
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