Gambia: Malian Singer Extols the 'Breakthrough'
[Daily Observer]Ever since the president of the Republic, His Excellency Sheikh Professor Alhaji Dr Yahya Jammeh made the historic breakthrough in a cure and treatment for the HIV/AIDS and other debilitating ailments six years ago, commendations and appreciations have been outpouring from all walks of life across the globe, with people expressing their most profound gratitude to the Medical Myth Buster for coming up with therapies against sickness that used to be life-threatening.
[WHO] "The greatest support I ever received living with HIV for 10 years has come from my HIV-negative partner."
Conditions: Hiv; Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Aging Interventions: Behavioral: safe sex and HIV/STD prevention education via a website; Other: written materials on safe sex Sponsor: Environment and Health Group, Inc. Completed
[Nation] A former magistrate who was relieved of her duties after disclosing her HIV status has moved to the court seeking reinstatement with full benefits.
[New Zimbabwe] SWITZERLAND'S Foreign Affairs Minister Ignazio Cassis has pledged his country's support for Zimbabwe fight against HIV and AIDS.
[Government of Mauritius] The High Level Drugs and HIV Council's first meeting was chaired yesterday by the Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Development Unit, Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Mr. Pravind Kumar Jugnauth at the Treasury Building in Port Louis.
[Ghanaian Times] An Accra high court will today, hear the case, in which a staff of the Ministry of Health (MoH), Edward Ghunney, sued Dr Justina Ansah, the Director of National Blood Service, over allegations that he tested HIV positive.
[allAfrica] Mbare -An AIDS-free generation once seemed like a far-off dream but with the help of organisations like Medecins Sans Frontiers (MSF) the dream is now becoming a reality. Melody Chironda visited clinics in Mbare, Harare, to take a closer look...
[Daily News] NKENGE legislator, Dr Diodorus Kamala has appealed to the public not to relax in the fight against HIV/AIDS because the disease is still there and silently killing millions of people worldwide.
Authors: Ginieri-Coccossis M, Triantafillou E, Papanikolaou N, Baker R, Antoniou C, Skevington SM, Christodoulou GN Abstract This is a comparative study aiming to investigate quality of life (QoL) and depression in individuals diagnosed either with human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS), or genital warts (GW) and genital herpes (GH), in two healthcare settings, in the United Kingdom (UK) or in Greece (Gr). Using a matched-pairs design, two equalized patient samples with sexually transmitted infections (STI) were recruited: from UK (n=43) and from Greece (n=43). QoL was assessed ...
[Monitor] In Uganda, HIV services are still offered as stand-alone services within health facilities. Typically, HIV clinics have their own dedicated staff and infrastructure such as patient waiting areas and they run on designated days of the week.