Etiqueta: AIDS

  • When Treatment Is Also Prevention

        The discovery of a near-perfect way to halt sexual transmission of the AIDS virus has the potential to change the way international agencies and nations cope with the epidemic. But that can […]

  • Promising Aids vaccine trials start in Kenya

        Trials on an Aids vaccine that is generating a lot of excitement in the scientific world have finally started in Kenya with several volunteering for vaccination. The country becomes the third in Africa to start […]

  • Positively False – Birth of a Heresy

    Positively False – Birth of a Heresy traces the challenge over the past 25 years to the scientific orthodoxy which maintains that HIV is the cause of AIDS. Joan Shenton reaches back to […]

  • Condones del Futuro

    Actualmente hay nuevas versiones de profilácticos más seguros y fáciles de colocar que no son molestos pero mantienen sus funciones preventivas y protectoras intactas. Te presentamos los preservativos del mañana.

  • Contraceptive Used in Africa May Double Risk of H.I.V.

      The most popular contraceptive for women in eastern and southern Africa, a hormone shot given every three months, appears to double the risk the women will become infected with H.I.V., […]

  • Thailand: Ambitious HIV/AIDS Mission Launched

      In line with UNAIDS guidelines, Thailand’s Public Health Ministry is boosting its efforts to combat HIV/AIDS. Toward the goal of zero new infections, the ministry is targeting at-risk groups, including housewives, sex workers, […]

  • New Report: Worlds Premier AIDS Event Neglects Populations Most at Risk for HIV

      Independent assessment indicates severe underrepresentation of gay men, transgender people, sex workers and people who use drugs at the biennial International AIDS Conference. A new report indicates that the International AIDS Conference (IAC), a biennial event […]