1. Ensuring an HIV-free nation by 2020  Graphic Online
  2. World Aids Day: Online community the new front in China's fight against HIV/Aids  The Straits Times
  3. 'I thought getting HIV from ex was death sentence - but it was a new lease of life'  Mirror Online
  4. Ending HIV/AIDS: A tale of two Europes  EUobserver
  5. How You Can Live Healthy With Hiv  New Vision
  6. View full coverage on Google News
Tomorrow, Sunday, December 1, is World AIDS Day.Tomorrow, Sunday, December 1, is World AIDS Day.

Ensuring an HIV-free nation by 2020 - Graphic Online

BEIJING (XINHUA) - As Beijing embraced this winter's first snowfall last Friday (Nov 29), Mr Zhou Bo, an HIV-testing volunteer, was busy in his well-heated downtown office and unaware of the chilly weather outside.. Read more at straitstimes.com.East Asia News -BEIJING (XINHUA) - As Beijing embraced this winter's first snowfall last Friday (Nov 29), Mr Zhou Bo, an HIV-testing volunteer, was busy in his well-heated downtown office and unaware

World Aids Day: Online community the new front in China's fight against HIV/Aids, East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

EXCLUSIVE: Sue Morrison was diagnosed with HIV 13 years ago. Initially terrified, she no longer sees it as a death sentence and works to remove stigma around HIV EXCLUSIVE: Sue Morrison was diagnosed with HIV 13 years ago. Initially terrified, she no longer sees it as a death sentence and works to remove stigma around HIV

'I thought getting HIV from ex was death sentence - but it was a new lease of life' - Mirror Online

Biggest News Source for News in Uganda and the East African Region ,Breaking news in Uganda and Daily news and the latest from UgandaThere are several things one can do to stay healthy and live longer and these are the things that longterm survivors have done, to stay healthy for as long as 20-30...

How You Can Live Healthy With Hiv

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On World AIDS Day, let’s celebrate communities, recognize the essential role they play in the response to HIV and commit ...On World AIDS Day, let’s celebrate communities, recognize the essential role they play in the response to HIV and commit ...

“Govt's #AIDS prevention program is bearing good results, from 393 HIV+ expecting Moms, only 2 babies contact virus...also there is dip in cases as well ! #NACO #MDACS 👍🏼”

Girish Johar on Twitter: "Govt's #AIDS prevention program is bearing good results, from 393 HIV+ expecting Moms, only 2 babies contact virus...also there is dip in cases as well ! #NACO #MDACS 👍🏼"

World AIDS Day (Sunday 1 December) is both a time to celebrate the advancements across western Europe and a time for decisive action to address disparities in HIV care in eastern Europe and central Asia.World AIDS Day (Sunday 1 December) is both a time to celebrate the advancements across western Europe and a time for decisive action to address disparities in HIV care in eastern Europe and central Asia.

Ending HIV/AIDS: A tale of two Europes

Over six months ago a massive HIV outbreak in Ratodero sent shockwaves around the country and internationally. Today as

PAKISTAN’S ‘POSITIVE’ CRISIS - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

World AIDS Day is observed on the 1st of December, every year. It is an initiative to increase awareness about the disease, and reduce the stigma that surrounds it. World AIDS Day is observed on the 1st of December, every year. It is an initiative to increase awareness about the disease, and reduce the stigma that surrounds it.

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"I didn't believe in what undetectable meant because I felt I was educated.": Gareth Thomas tells Panti his journey to understanding his HIV diagnosis."I didn't believe in what undetectable meant because I felt I was educated.": Gareth Thomas tells Panti his journey to understanding his HIV diagnosis.

Gareth Thomas opens up to Panti about his HIV journey during World AIDS Day event • GCN

While much work has been put into education around HIV, a shocking new survey has found that 40 percent of people think there is a cure for the virus.While much work has been put into education around HIV, a shocking new survey has found that 40 percent of people think there is a cure for the virus.

HIV awareness is at an alarming low with 40% believing there's a cure

Willingly placing other people at risk of becoming HIV-positive in order to reduce stigma...is immoral and unconscionable.Willingly placing other people at risk of becoming HIV-positive in order to reduce stigma...is immoral and unconscionable.

Activists launch ‘HIV-positive sperm bank’ to reduce ‘stigma’ around AIDS virus | Blogs | LifeSite

The bank aims to give those with HIV the same opportunities as everyone else.The bank aims to give those with HIV the same opportunities as everyone else.

World’s First-Ever HIV Positive Sperm Bank Is Now Accepting Donations

In parts of the Southern U.S., HIV remains an outsized problem. Meanwhile, in many lower resource countries like Namibia, huge strides are being made.In parts of the Southern U.S., HIV remains an outsized problem. Meanwhile, in many lower resource countries like Namibia, huge strides are being made.

World AIDS Day: As Namibia Solves HIV, the U.S. South Suffers | Time

HIV damages cells in the immune system, preventing them from fighting off everyday infections, like colds.HIV damages cells in the immune system, preventing them from fighting off everyday infections, like colds.

Women with HIV in Europe are diagnosed too late

The United Republic of Tanzania has approved a change to the law that lowers the age of consent for HIV testing from 18 years to 15 years. The amendment to legislation also makes self-testing for HIV legal, also from the age of 15 years.

United Republic of Tanzania lowers age of consent for HIV testing | UNAIDS

Peoria, Ill. (WEEK) – Sunday is recognized as World AIDS Day to raise public awareness about the disease. This year’s them is Ending the HIV Epidemic:Peoria, Ill. (WEEK) – Sunday is recognized as World AIDS Day to raise public awareness about the disease. This year’s them is Ending the HIV Epidemic:

Peoria community recognizes World AIDS Day - WEEK

For the first time since she contracted AIDS, Raquel feels connected to the community.She was one of numerous volunteers out tying red ribbons to street lights and trees in the downtown area Friday as part of World AIDS Day.For the first time since she contracted AIDS, Raquel feels connected to the community.She was one of numerous volunteers out tying red ribbons to street lights and trees in the downtown area Friday as part of World AIDS Day.

Volunteers tie red scarves around downtown area to raise AIDS awareness | North Bay Nugget