July 18 (Reuters) - Here is the latest global and regional picture on HIV and AIDS from a report by the United Nations Programme on AIDS (UNAIDS). ...
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There are people who mistakenly believe that the fight against HIV and AIDS in the United States is over, and that AIDS is a manageable disease where lack no longer exists. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Last week marked the 30th anniversary of what we recognize as the beginning of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. In all the talk, there has been one core aspect of HIV/AIDS that has been absent.
Three decades ago this week, the first federal announcement on AIDS was released. As the first handful of patients arrived in hospitals, researchers a...
Among Manhattan's middle-aged black men, the HIV/AIDS rates are comparable to those of sub-Saharan Africa. Blacks in the United States are at a flash point in their struggle with AIDS.
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