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The early years of the HIV/AIDS epidemic were “plagued by confusion, fear, isolation, and discrimination” against those infected or at high risk, the President of the UN General Assembly reminded a commemorative meeting on Tuesday marking World AIDS Day – 40 years after the first cases were reported.
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“Myths and misconceptions” about HIV and AIDS continue to fuel stigma and discrimination in the workplace, the International Labour Organization (ILO) said on Tuesday.
It’s the news that the HIV community has been waiting four long decades for: the hint that maybe, just maybe, HIV can be cured. Dr. Xu Yu, a principal investigator at the Ragon Institute of Massachusetts General Hospital, MIT and Harvard, as well as an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, had to check and recheck her results to be sure. In one of her patients, test after test to detect evidence of HIV in the woman’s blood came up empty. In addition to her lab’s results, “We had complementary assays in labs in Australia, D.C. and Argentina, where the patient is from, all trying ...
[Daily Maverick] Despite all the hue, cry and feigned surprise about Omicron, the latest Covid variant, its appearance was as inevitable as the knowledge that unsafe sex can lead to HIV infection, that tobacco causes cancer, or alcohol abuse fills our trauma wards.
Learn more about the incidence, risk factors and outcomes associated with pulmonary aspergillosis occurring in COVID-19 patients.Emerging Infectious Diseases
[UN News] Unless leaders tackle stark inequalities, the world could face 7.7 million AIDS-related deaths over the next 10 years, the Joint UN Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) warned on Monday in a new report.
This study found that in New York State, people living with HIV were more likely to be diagnosed with, hospitalized for, and die in hospital from COVID-19 than were people without HIV. Additionally, people with more advanced HIV disease faced even greater risks from COVID ‑19.
By Esther Tumbare, Senior global technical director for HIV ; Irene Mirembe, Knowledge management manager, IntraHealth International ; Denis Ako-Arrey , Chief of party, Regional Health Integration to Enhance Services in Eastern Uganda ; Damasco Wamboya, Family Health Technical Team Lead ; Michael Herce, Global Technical Lead for HIV/AIDS and Infectious Diseases A community youth dialogue on teenage pregnancies with young women in the Ngora District of Uganda.November 29, 2021In 2020 alone, 1 in 10 girls between the ages of 15 and 19became mothers and 1 in 5 got married or entered into a civil union. In Uganda, ...
Unless leaders tackle stark inequalities, the world could face 7.7 million AIDS-related deaths over the next 10 years, the Joint UN Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) warned on Monday in a new report.