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Being diagnosed with HIV was once seen as a "death sentence", but new research proves this idea is most definitely outdated. Researchers looked at data of more than 88,000 people with HIV and found th...
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Curiously, HIV's gone down but syphilis and gonorrhea are up.
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It's something we should all be talking about.
This discreet under-the-skin device could make AIDS prevention more reliable.
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TB is now once again the world’s greatest infectious-disease killer.
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A new vaccine being tested in South Africa could be the "nail in the coffin" of HIV as it helps to protect people against contracting the disease. The disease, which attacks the autoimmune system,...
A combination vaccine and immune system stimulant appears to suppress virus levels in tests on monkeys.
Instead of bothering with a cure, Big Pharma has created the gay men’s morning-after pill.
My dear friend, the late Paul O'Grady, was the first openly gay man to serve in the NSW Parliament. In 1996, Paul publicly disclosed on national television that he was HIV positive and had developed AIDS. This was my first experience of someone I was close to living with HIV.
Today is 19 years we are together. This is also the year I turn 50. My life has been defined by you, there is no denying it. I never felt so lonely and damaged like 19 years ago. But today you connect me to an amazing community of people that in spite of fear, suffering, illness and stigma, have risen, resisted and flourished.
...and the results were negative.