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Reporter Joanne Silberner spoke to GlobalPost about her recent reporting on cancer in Uganda, Haiti, and India.
We may be at a 'turning point' in the fight against AIDS. But on this World AIDS Day and beyond, it's up to us to make the turn.
On November 29, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton released a "PEPFAR Blueprint." here is what the plan lays out and some initial reactions via social media.
A report released by UNAIDS shows a 20 percent decrease in new HIV infections in the last decade.
Mario Raviglione, director of the World Health Organization's Stop TB Department, tells GlobalPost why the fight against TB is at a crossroads.
Ethnic clashes between the Buddhist Rakhine and Muslim Rohingya broke out in Burma's Rakhine state last week.
Correspondent Jeff Howe takes us behind the scenes of his reporting for "Burma Road."
GlobalPost correspondent Arieh O'Sullivan shares his experience as a reporter based in Israel.
The first published photographs of Shell's oil rig off the coast of Alaska.
Latinos living in the US are disproportionately affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic, even after October 15.
GlobalPost correspondent David Axe tells us about drones and the future of drone warfare.
In Savoonga, Alaska, traditional drumming marks the beginning of whaling season.
If Mitt Romney is elected president, would he do a better job than President Obama in the fight against HIV/AIDS?
GlobalPost's Charles Sennott traveled to Wainwright, Alaska, to find out what's at stake as the oil companies move in.
Young advocates are working hard in the fight against AIDS — and in their fight to be heard.
The debate around PrEP at AIDS 2012 might sound familiar to those who attended the international AIDS conference 12 years ago.
TB is the leading killer of AIDS patients and affects millions of people, HIV-positive and negative, each year. Natalie Skipper, a survivor of multiple-drug resistant tuberculosis, tells her story.
VIDEO: Global Post's John Donnelly speaks at a session during AIDS 2012
During the opening plenary session of the International AIDS Conference, HIllary Clinton reaffirmed the administration's dedication to fight AIDS and belief that an AIDS-free generation is, indeed, possible.
HIV infection rates in some Washington, DC neighborhoods comparable to those in southern Africa as some experts question President Obama's commitment.