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Las Vegas organization assists people living with HIV and AIDS

Golden Rainbow, located at 801 S. Rancho Drive Suite B-1, Las Vegas, Nevada is a nonprofit organization that helps people with HIV and AIDS with housing and financial assistance. Executive director Gary Costa is devoted to helping those with HIV or AIDS.
In the Media by Jeannie Stokowski-Bisanti

Kenyan government pledges to empower nurses to boost HIV care Special

Kenyase - A meeting aimed at discussing the findings and charting the way forward towards improving HIV care and treatment by empowering nurses, was held in Kenya at the weekend, with the Health Cabinet Secretary Mr James Macharia pledging government support.
Digital Journal Report by Evans Kanini

Review: 'I Have A Secret' by Justin B-Terry Smith Special

A small voice of awareness can open up a world of acceptance. In the case of “I Have a Secret” it does more than aware kids about the importance of HIV acceptance.
Digital Journal Report by Robert Kingett

Canadian HIV vaccine trial results promising

Researchers from Canada's Western University’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry are reporting promising results from the initial testing of a vaccine to prevent HIV.
In the Media by Tracey Lloyd

Review: 'Unsafe Sex in the City' looks at STDs in the UK Special

Manchester - If you have ever wondered how sexually transmitted diseases have become so widespread in Britain and the modern world generally, wonder no more.
Digital Journal Report by Alexander Baron - 7 comments

Elton John: Bush did more for AIDS sufferers

Rock 'n Roll Hall of Famer Elton John was a harsh critic of former American president George W. Bush - but that changed when he met the President back in 2004.
In the Media by Larry Clifton - 2 comments

The Church helps to destroy stigma that surrounds HIV and Aids

HIV and Aids are attacking millions of individuals, all around the world. The Church is helping to raise awareness and challenge the stigma that surrounds the disease.
In the Media by Melissa Horrocks - 2 comments

Tracing AIDS to a single African

The Origin of AIDS by Jacques Pepin, published by Cambridge University Press, presents historical evidence the HIV virus got a boost from European nurses and doctors combating leprosy, tuberculosis and sleeping sickness in colonial Africa in the 1920s.

Costumed for the Cure at AIDS Walk for Life Special

Toronto - The AIDS Walk for Life will be receiving a little fundraising help from heroes and villains this year. These unlikely allies are clearing their weekends to walk for a noble cause.
Digital Journal Report by Nick Segura

Man contracts insect-borne virus and sexually transmits to wife

Fort Collins - Scientists say it's probable that they may have documented the first case of a virus contracted by a man who was bitten multiple times by insects and then sexually transmitted to his wife, according to a study published on 'Emerging Infectious Diseases.'
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman - 7 comments

Early diagnosis remains critical to managing HIV/AIDS

As new anti-retroviral drug treatments become available, governments, medical aid schemes and community organisations stress the importance of early diagnosis of HIV/AIDS.
In the Media by Lee Labuschagne

Filipino Bishop Wants Prostitution Ban as Option to Cut HIV Rise Special

MANILA – With the influential Catholic Church already on a head-on collision against the Department of Health (DOH) on the distribution of free condoms to the public, Archbishop Oscar Cruz, an Arroyo administration critic, has upped the ante in the clas
Digital Journal Report by Antonio Figueroa

South African President Reveals New Policy on HIV/AIDS Treatment

South African President Jacob Zuma has told crowds in the country's executive capital Pretoria that in future all babies under the age of one who test HIV positive will be treated with anti-retroviral drugs.
In the Media by Chris Dade

Pope Warns Against A New Form of Colonialism in Africa

As he opened a three-week long synod of African bishops on Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI issued a warning regarding a new form of colonialism that is threatening the continent of Africa.
In the Media by Chris Dade - 8 comments

HIV drug roll-out in Africa grows with 39%

Despite the successful efforts made across Africa to put more people living with HIV on anti-retroviral drugs (ARVs), the virus continues to spread much faster than treatment is being rolled out.
In the Media by Miriam Mannak - 2 comments

HIV/AIDS:The Battle That Never Ends

There cannot be many diseases where the prejudice against it's victims has been quite some strong as it has been against sufferers from HIV/AIDS. Ignorance and irrational fear seem to have hampered the fight against the disease every step of the way.
In the Media by Chris Dade

Exhibition to mark 15th anniversary of Rwandan genocide Special

Fifteen years after the Rwandan genocide, an exhibition of photographs and testimonies of affected Rwandans is being held at the United Nations headquarters in New York.
Digital Journal Report by Moushumi Chakrabarty - 3 comments

Doctors Without Borders Find World in Pain

Doctors Without Borders is an organization that brings relief to those with medical problems around the world. Many of them work long hours without pay under difficult conditions.
In the Media by Carol Forsloff - 3 comments

Judge's Ignorance About HIV/AIDS Put To Rest

An Ontario judge was so woefully misinformed about how the AIDS virus is spread, he apparently insisted an HIV positive witness be masked while on the stand and wanted to move to a bigger courtroom so that the witness could be further away from him.
In the Media by Carolyn E. Price - 3 comments

Stopping HIV/AIDS Locally and Globally

From a neighborhood clinic offering free HIV screenings to radical prevention and treatment plans, the world focuses on HIV/AIDS
In the Media by Kathlyn Stone - 2 comments

Jamaican claims that he can cure AIDS with gift given to him by God

Millions of people are dying each year from the terrible sting of AIDS, and millions are diagnosed each year for the disease. But a Jamaican man said he has developed a plant-derived cure for AIDS, thanks to a message from God.
In the Media by Eston - 8 comments

violence against women in Papua New Guinea spreads HIV/AIDS

Violence against women, a huge problem.
In the Media by kurtrat - 1 comment

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David Kwiatkowski, a former lab technician at Exeter, N.H., Hospital, arrested at a hospital in Massachusetts where he is receiving medical treatment. Kwiatkowski, originally from Michigan, was charged Thursday, July 19, 2012, with causing a hepatitis C outbreak involving at least 30 patients
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