On the eve of World AIDS Day, researchers in South Africa have halted trials on what was thought to be a promising microbicide gel created to protect ...
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Dreamgirls was one of the best times in my life. But in the middle of it came the worst.
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.
This week the world has been looking back at 30 years of AIDS. But what about the next thirty years? Could we see an end to AIDS?
We can and indeed must change the story about HIV/AIDS in our city and nation. Changing the story means working together to end HIV/AIDS in every neighborhood, every town, every state.
Thirty years of battling AIDS has left me older and, I trust, wiser. My basic impatience is tempered today by understanding how much we are still up against.
June 5th marks the 30th anniversary of the recognition that a new disease was killing our species. It would become our era's Great Plague, killing somewhere between 28-35 million human beings, and infecting about 75 million with HIV.
After 30 years, there are reasons to be optimistic about the fight against HIV and AIDS.
This weekend marks the 30th anniversary of the disease's d...
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