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A study of a new vaginal ring containing the ARV dapivirine has been launched in Africa, marking a step forward in the development of HIV protection for and under control of women.
A government report finds many visits to island destinations, few to states receiving most funding.
You no longer have to go to a clinic or a hospital to get an HIV test. Here’s a list of five other interesting places you can go.
Tracy Jarrett takes an extraordinary journey — from Chicago to Cape Town, South Africa — to learn about the disease that took her mother's life and forever changed her own.
Larry Day was diagnosed with HIV in April 1996, after being tested without giving his consent. In this video, Day tells his HIV testing story and explains why both the new Massachusetts law and doctor-patient conversation are important.
VIDEO: Tracy Jarrett takes an extraordinary journey — from Chicago to Cape Town, South Africa — to learn about the disease that took her mother's life and forever changed her own.
Sara Scherr, president and CEO of Ecoagriculture Partners, explains “the whole landscape approach,” which she says is a way to improve biodiversity, ecosystems, and livelihoods simultaneously.
The US has jumped on the routinized testing bandwagon. But a balance must be struck between making testing more widely available, and making sure patients have enough time and resources for counseling if they test positive.
Dagfinn Høybråten is the Board chair of GAVI alliance, an organization that aims to save lives by increasing immunization in developing countries. While at the Child Survival Call to Action Conference in Washington, DC this month, he spoke with GlobalPost about why he believes vaccines are essential to Secretary Clinton’s goal of ending preventable child deaths.
Washington, DC is one of only a handful of US cities with public sector condom distribution campaigns. Why are there so few, while in other parts of the world, they are so common?
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation held a live webcast discussing the recent changes to the Global Fund, an international financing institution that supports international prevention, treatment and care programs for AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
FDA delays its decision on whether to approve Truvada, a drug that could prevent HIV infection.