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— ZA 30734 — No reason for complacency about the potential demographic impact of aids in Africa

— ZA 30728 — AIDS Foundation fights getting shut out of South Florida Medicaid market

— ZA 30727 — Despite increased awareness, HIV & AIDS still a major challenge

— ZA 30726 — No child should be born with HIV by 2020'

— ZA 30735 — HIV victims suffer from malnutrition, diabetes, risk of TB

— ZA 30719 — Recommendations for Selecting Therapy in HIV Infection

— ZA 30718 — Is Truvada (PrEP) the game-changer that will end new HIV transmissions in Australia?

— ZA 30720 — HIV and Hep C in vulnerable counties

— ZA 30721 — South Africa's DIY battle against HIV/AIDS

— ZA 30722 — A milestone step towards ending HIV': the truth about the PrEP funding decision

— ZA 30723 — AIDS West free testing campaign is necessary with HIV on the rise again

— ZA 30724 — Highest Stroke Incidence Among Women, Blacks Living with HIV

— ZA 30725 — Hope dims for Nigeria's efforts to eliminate HIV, TB

— ZA 30710 — Burkina Faso: The World Leader in Combating HIV

— ZA 30716 — Coronation Street spoilers: David Platt HIV torment after rape ordeal?

— ZA 30715 — Aussie Reporter Reveals He's HIV-Positive In Powerful Facebook Post

— ZA 30714 — Dutch study ties HIV to erection problems in middle-aged men

— ZA 30713 — UCLA-designed program helps former inmates with HIV maintain health after release from jail

— ZA 30712 — UB partners with South African, Zimbabwean universities to battle tuberculosis, HIV

— ZA 30711 — Self-testing HIV kits and machine-dispensed medication reduces stigma in SA

— ZA 30717 — Grindr now reminds you to get regular HIV tests

— ZA 30705 — Los Angeles reporter Karl Schmid comes out as HIV positive to dispel stigma

— ZA 30703 — South Africa: women may have higher rates of HIV than men because fewer men are on treatment

— ZA 30704 — The 10 best blogs for HIV and AIDS

— ZA 30707 — Know how to lower risk of getting HIV

— ZA 30708 — HIV treatment is being automated to reduce stigma

— ZA 30709 — EC Education Dept to meet with angry parents over HIV tests at school

— ZA 30706 — Grindr, Popular Gay Sex App, to Offer HIV Test Reminders

— ZA 30697 — Ending HIV in the Age of Trump

— ZA 30695 — Amidst homophobia, AIDS hits sexual minorities

— ZA 30698 — Cambodia sees success in HIV/AIDS fight in last decade: health official

— ZA 30700 — Turkish aid supports HIV orphanages in South Africa

— ZA 30701 — Call for solidarity, accountability in global fight against HIV

— ZA 30702 — HIV compels researchers to study African genes

— ZA 30692 — HIV treatment eligibility expansion and timely antiretroviral treatment initiation following enrollment ...

— ZA 30691 — Syphilis cases on the rise among HIV-positive people in Calgary

— ZA 30693 — Russell Tovey Strips To Raise Money For HIV Charity

— ZA 30683 — HIV in the Philippines: Increase in cases, new strain and drug resistance

— ZA 30687 — HIV self-testing reduces risk-taking behaviour in sex workers

— ZA 30680 — Why An Imperfect HIV Vaccine Could Be Better Than None At All

— ZA 30681 — HIV 'cluster' report spotlights Milwaukee's STI battle

— ZA 30682 — Why Are Drug-Resistant HIV Strains Becoming More Prevalent?

— ZA 30688 — Adolescents with Perinatally-Acquired HIV Are Not at Increased Risk of Anxiety, Depression

— ZA 30686 — For HIV Patients, Which Cardiovascular Disease Risk Prediction Model Is Accurate?

— ZA 30684 — HIV Transmission Continues to Rise at Beijing Universities

— ZA 30685 — UNAIDS calls for bold action to end TB and AIDS

— ZA 30673 — HIV Incidence, Prevalence Remain Highest in Men Who Have Sex With Men

— ZA 30672 — Chinese inventor's circumcision device hailed for role in fight against HIV/AIDS in Africa

— ZA 30674 — When myths, culture block HIV fight

— ZA 30675 — Integration of HIV clinics will de-stigmatise HIV

— ZA 30676 — Stigma driving HIV underground, spreading infections'

— ZA 30677 — HIV prevalence rate highest in Manipur, finds study; Nagaland has over 22000 cases

— ZA 30670 — What Black Women Living With HIV Want You To Know t

— ZA 30662 — Older people in United States more likely to have AIDS at the time of HIV diagnosis

— ZA 30668 — People with HIV dying at higher rates than general population

— ZA 30667 — Cats Could Help in Development of Anti-HIV Drugs

— ZA 30666 — Sub-Saharan Africa's Efforts To Prevent HIV Infection Must Focus More On Young Women, Experts ...

— ZA 30665 — When you think of someone with HIV, you don't think of Abby

— ZA 30664 — Central Florida students say NeverAgain, more Floridians are using an HIV prevention drug and ...

— ZA 30663 — Own the fight against HIV/AIDS, US urges Nigeria

— ZA 30659 — Mombasa gays and hookers drop use of condoms, champion use of HIV prevention medicine

— ZA 30660 — 33 people infected with HIV per day – DOH

— ZA 30661 — HIV, AIDS training module out for police, church

— ZA 30653 — Why women with HIV are persistently invisible – and how we can challenge it

— ZA 30650 — Australian giant of HIV research dies

— ZA 30648 — Trouble for 'trans' - Discrimination, abuse push HIV rate among transgender women to above 40%

— ZA 30641 — Affordable Housing Need for Those with HIV

— ZA 30639 — Uganda to hold major summit of young people living with HIV

— ZA 30642 — Vietnam keeps rate of new HIV cases lower 0.3 percent

— ZA 30643 — A critical evaluation of the protection of the rights of employees living with HIV/AIDS in the South ...

— ZA 30636 — HIV-Positive Patients Six Times More Likely to Have Schizophrenia

— ZA 30635 — Are Current CVD Risk Prediction Algorithms Applicable in HIV?

— ZA 30633 — 39% decline in the number of new HIV infections in SA, researchers say

— ZA 30630 — Over 2.1 million mozambicans living with HIV

— ZA 30637 — Heavy Marijuana Use Linked to Heart Problems in HIV-Positive People

— ZA 30626 — Better ways to combat HIV than seeking a vaccine

— ZA 30625 — Working through anti-Black ideas around HIV while my partner is HIV positive

— ZA 30623 — How Isolation, Stigma and Shame Are Killing Black Women Living With HIV

— ZA 30629 — Strides Shasun gets USFDA nod for HIV treatment drug

— ZA 30627 — Health launches guide on HIV response

— ZA 30624 — Very early treatment in children limits the HIV reservoir

— ZA 30621 — IRR Research show HIV infection decrease by 39% in South Africa

— ZA 30618 — HIV life terms up as policies stabilise

— ZA 30615 — Could a Lung Cancer Drug Point to a Cure for HIV?

— ZA 30610 — Young Jamaicans drive up HIV numbers

— ZA 30609 — PrEP pill can help protect people from HIV infection

— ZA 30611 — Homosexuals account for half of new HIV infections

— ZA 30612 — Positive insights at HIV and palliative medicine update

— ZA 30613 — Rwanda: Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission Rates on the Decline

— ZA 30614 — New, aggressive HIV strain can worsen epidemic in PH – scientist

— ZA 30608 — Oral HIV self-testing; why people should embrace it

— ZA 30602 — Researchers find new way to defeat HIV latency

— ZA 30601 — Mr Nice finally publicly reveals his HIV status

— ZA 30600 — NHRC Notice to Yogi Government over HIV Positive Prisoners

— ZA 30598 — Urgent Action' Needed to Prevent HIV in Black Americans

— ZA 30597 — Alzheimer's will be as manageable as HIV within 10 years, predict Nobel Prize-winning scientists

— ZA 30595 — SA surgeon showed the world that HIV kidney transplants are possible

— ZA 30589 — Average time from HIV diagnosis to treatment fell to six days in 2016 in San Francisco

— ZA 30591 — HIV Therapy Switch Tied to Lower Platelet Reactivity

— ZA 30592 — Mental Health, a Crucial Component to Ending HIV Epidemic

— ZA 30596 — Needle exchange aims to curb HIV, other diseases

— ZA 30594 — Emory University's AIDSVu shows disproportionately low prescription rate for HIV prevention drug ...

— ZA 30593 — Empowered women will help break cycle of poverty, disease, reduce HIV burden in Nigeria, says ...

— ZA 30581 — Link between HIV and elevated CV risk further confirmed

— ZA 30586 — FDA Approves Therapy for Previously Treated HIV Patients

— ZA 30585 — US Approves China-Made Biological HIV Drug

— ZA 30584 — Use of HIV Prevention Drug Grows, but Lags Among Minorities

— ZA 30583 — Alzheimer's will be treatable like HIV, predicts €1m science laureate Michel Goedert

— ZA 30582 — New HIV infections halved after scale-up of HIV treatment, circumcision, in Uganda's hardest-hit ...

— ZA 30573 — Biological changes during, after pregnancy may increase HIV risk in women

— ZA 30575 — Deep Panic Triggered As Aids Drug Shortage Hits

— ZA 30576 — Swedish, South African and Kenyan scientists embark on collaborative project to cure HIV

— ZA 30578 — As the HIV Epidemic among Young Women Grows, Can We Look to the SDGs to Reverse the Trend?

— ZA 30580 — Third-line HIV regimens effective in resource-limited settings

— ZA 30579 — Meet SA pastor who has 'cured HIV, ended poverty and walked on air'

— ZA 30571 — High-Risk Patients Unaware of New HIV Testing Options

— ZA 30566 — Discrimination will lead to loss in battle against HIV

— ZA 30567 — Colonialists may be to blame for high HIV in women - study

— ZA 30568 — HIV antibody tested on monkeys potentially effective

— ZA 30569 — Priorities for Decreasing Morbidity and Mortality in Children With Advanced HIV Disease

— ZA 30572 — Aids infection rates on the rise amongst young people

— ZA 30570 — Rates of HIV/AIDS in South Africa Continue to Decline with Help

— ZA 30562 — How Social Conservatism Fueled Russia's HIV Epidemic

— ZA 30558 — Meet the woman helping end HIV in her small Indian village

— ZA 30556 — Guidelines aim to reduce treatment disparities for people with HIV diagnosed with cancer

— ZA 30555 — HIV patients with depression face serious risks

— ZA 30553 — How a small African nation is beating AIDS

— ZA 30549 — Prosecution of non-disclosure of HIV status: Potential impact on HIV testing and transmission ...

— ZA 30548 — Inside 'The Assassination of Gianni Versace's' Story of High Fashion, Homicide and HIV

— ZA 30551 — Ageing And HIV

— ZA 30552 — UNAIDS in Egypt commemorates day of anti-HIV stigma

— ZA 30539 — Treating Depression May Lead to Better HIV Outcomes

— ZA 30544 — Abnormal coagulation profile in people living with HIV-AIDS on combined Antiretroviral Therapy

— ZA 30543 — Chronic Depression Increases Failure of HIV Care

— ZA 30542 — Ghanaian women more afraid of pregnancy than HIV – Expert

— ZA 30541 — HIV prevention drug gets the go ahead

— ZA 30540 — Transsexual 'dragon lady' who was born a man reveals how an HIV diagnosis inspired her to ...

— ZA 30545 — Promising HIV vaccines could stall without coordinated research

— ZA 30534 — New HIV cases in Hong Kong; China boosts fight

— ZA 30532 — Government Taps Private Sector to Offer Free Viral Load Testing for HIV/AIDS Affected People

— ZA 30531 — Many still unaware anti-HIV drug now available in Ireland, survey

— ZA 30533 — Namibia: HIV Message Not Reaching Ovahimba Where It's Needed Most

— ZA 30535 — Government Takes Private Route For Providing Free HIV Testing Services

— ZA 30536 — KZN health MEC happy with impact of HIV campaign on rural youth

— ZA 30538 — Chronic depression leads to poorer engagement with key stages of HIV care continuum, say US ...

— ZA 30537 — Risk of Breast, Prostate, and Colorectal Cancer Diagnoses Among HIV-Infected Individuals in the ...

— ZA 30529 — AIDS Flagship project launched in Myanmar HIV diagnostics market

— ZA 30528 — Cannabis use potentially reduces inflammation, immune activation in patients with HIV

— ZA 30527 — Risk Networks Recruiting Effective in Detecting Undiagnosed Patients with HIV

— ZA 30526 — The Trump Budget's Effect on HIV: Unimaginably Bad

— ZA 30525 — Vitamin D deficiency and periodontal clinical attachment loss in HIV seropositive women

— ZA 30523 — Tanzania: Women's Position in Curbing HIV Spread

— ZA 30512 — Alcohol Use in HIV Not Associated With Short-Term CD4 Cell Count Decline

— ZA 30511 — Psychosocial health and suicidal ideation among people living with HIV/AIDS

— ZA 30516 — Can gene therapy be used to cure Aids?

— ZA 30514 — Researchers study the impact of co-infection with hepatitis viruses on pregnant women with HIV

— ZA 30515 — Women helping women prevent HIV in resource-limited settings

— ZA 30518 — HIV Risk Among Injectable Drug Users Impacted by Diversity

— ZA 30520 — Early HIV diagnosis in infants works in Africa, but the technology must spread to save lives

— ZA 30521 — East Africa aims to eliminate HIV/Aids, preventable Maternal and Child Deaths by 2030

— ZA 30522 — Adherence to antiretroviral therapy in a clinical cohort of HIV-infected children in East Africa

— ZA 30517 — Will Koreans without HIV take Truvada braving social, cultural pressure?

— ZA 30504 — New HIV cases up 3147% in the Philippines as crisis gets worse

— ZA 30509 — Could a New Approach Help Us to Overcome Resistance to HIV Treatment?

— ZA 30508 — Prisoners to undergo HIV test in state

— ZA 30507 — 2800 HIV-positive cases in Kazakhstan last year, prevalence remains low, says health official

— ZA 30510 — Belarus demonstrates good results in combating HIV/AIDS

— ZA 30498 — How HIV Evades the Immune System

— ZA 30503 — 10 FACTS about HIVAIDS 5 In subSaharan Africa it costs as

— ZA 30500 — South African Child In HIV Remission Said to Be

— ZA 30496 — Winds of hope on HIV/AIDS in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?

— ZA 30495 — From An HIV Positive Teenage Widow To Changing Lives Of Over 30000 Women

— ZA 30494 — Health ministry targets high percentage of MSM for HIV testing, counselling

— ZA 30492 — HIV more prevalent in 15-24 age group, data reveals

— ZA 30490 — HPV16 highly prevalent among HIV-positive MSM in France and strongly associated with high ...

— ZA 30482 — LGBT Group Releases Guidebook for HIV and AIDS as Teenage Patient Numbers Grow

— ZA 30487 — Collaboration announced for development of a microarray patch for HIV PrEP

— ZA 30488 — Diagnosing of HIV is being 'left too late'

— ZA 30483 — Using Arranged Marriages In India As a Way to Combat HIV

— ZA 30485 — After Duterte's remarks, PopCom reminds public condoms prevent HIV

— ZA 30474 — Can You Get HIV From Food Contaminated With The Virus?

— ZA 30470 — Telephone-Administered Therapy Reduces Depression in Patients With HIV

— ZA 30471 — Nigeria accounts for 14% global HIV daily infections

— ZA 30473 — The Dramatic Transformations in HIV Science and Policy

— ZA 30476 — Trump wants to cut HIV/AIDS funding - which could cause 300000 deaths a year

— ZA 30477 — WA transgender sex worker jailed over HIV

— ZA 30478 — Do you still reject someone just because they have HIV?

— ZA 30479 — In India, one group uses arranged marriages as a way to combat HIV

— ZA 30480 — 'Free to Shine' campaign to help end AIDS

— ZA 30481 — Queen's University developing device with potential to reduce rates of HIV

— ZA 30472 — Increased proportions of HIV-infected women met cervical cancer screening guideline in 2016

— ZA 30469 — How clever biochemistry is tackling HIV

— ZA 30468 — HIV infection highest among youths – AHF

— ZA 30466 — The experience of an AIDS prevention program focused on South African traditional healers

— ZA 30465 — Many young women in Africa unaware they have HIV

— ZA 30464 — Scott Wolf Teams Up with Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation to Fight HIV and Malaria in Malawi

— ZA 30456 — Could gene editing fight the AIDS crisis? Scientists poised to re-try the risky procedure 10 years ...

— ZA 30455 — Students need to get tested for HIV

— ZA 30458 — Insurance companies won't cover gay men until they increase their risk of getting HIV… huh?

— ZA 30461 — Many young African women with HIV unaware they are infected

— ZA 30454 — Six locals a day get HIV, says City Hall

— ZA 30453 — Only 9.8 per cent women in the Karnataka have knowledge of HIV/AIDS

— ZA 30452 — High prevalence of hypertension among HIV-positive patients in the US with 'missed opportunities ...

— ZA 30450 — There's a new HIV spit test that's '1000 times more sensitive' in development

— ZA 30445 — Individuals with HIV at higher risk for heart disease

— ZA 30438 — Domestic Violence Escalating HIV Infections in Uganda

— ZA 30439 — 4 Your Health: light smokers still at high risk, flu link to heart attacks, many never tested for HIV

— ZA 30440 — Marijuana Use Associated With Reduced Rates Of Opioid Use Among Pain Patients With HIV

— ZA 30441 — DOH reports ballooning number of HIV patients in the Philippines

— ZA 30442 — Gambian Aids sufferers demand justice after discovering former president's 'miracle cure' did nothing

— ZA 30444 — Stigmatisation, ignorance still rife 35 years after HIV revealed as cause of AIDS

— ZA 30446 — Why HIV isn't only a gay man's issue

— ZA 30447 — Role of HIV in the desire of procreation and motherhood in women living with HIV in Spain

— ZA 30448 — Women with HIV less likely to receive recommended treatments for gynaecologic cancers

— ZA 30449 — Malaria testing provides possibility for early HIV detection —Study

— ZA 30443 — Tanzanian scientist battles HIV and kidney failure

— ZA 30433 — Fewer young adults getting HIV tests, here's why

— ZA 30434 — Was Gianni Versace HIV Positive? The Answer Is More Complicated Than You May Think

— ZA 30430 — An HIV generic for the developing world

— ZA 30431 — Ageing Gambians race for justice over ex-leader's fake AIDS cure

— ZA 30435 — US Efforts to Help Fight Global HIV Are Paying Off

— ZA 30436 — Zimbabwe: First Lady Leads Fight Against HIV, Aids

— ZA 30437 — China's HIV-positive Population Gets Single Pill Relief

— ZA 30432 — Research project aims to destigmatize HIV testing and support trans youth

— ZA 30422 — How Trump's Policies Could Imperil LGBTQ Youth of Color Living With HIV

— ZA 30429 — Trump fired the entire White House HIV/AIDS council

— ZA 30428 — Smoking causes one in five cancers in people with HIV in North America

— ZA 30426 — Number of deaths Due to HIV in Asia

— ZA 30425 — American scientists develop quick, reliable way to test HIV

— ZA 30424 — Are you sexually active and at risk for HIV?

— ZA 30423 — Government of Canada announces support to help reduce HIV in British Columbia

— ZA 30414 — Keep The Promise on AIDS to Nigerians

— ZA 30415 — Understanding and testing the relationships among HIV/AIDS-related stigma, health service ...

— ZA 30416 — Kenya testing if contraceptive use increases risk of HIV infection

— ZA 30417 — Ghana AIDS Commission says reports about sharp rise in HIV infections unfounded

— ZA 30418 — Spread of HIV in jails: HC issues notice to Punjab government

— ZA 30419 — This Super-Sensitive HIV Test Could Use Spit To Diagnose People

— ZA 30421 — Indian police extort transgender sex workers, increasing HIV risk - study

— ZA 30420 — Less than half of adolescent girls and young women with HIV have suppressed viral load in ...

— ZA 30411 — HIV deaths in Zambia highly underreported

— ZA 30407 — Are you 40 or older and being treated for HIV?

— ZA 30408 — Health care dialogue must include HIV

— ZA 30410 — Unsafe sex and drug use in India's prisons is leading to HIV rates

— ZA 30409 — Quality medicines stressed for people living with HIV/AIDS

— ZA 30406 — HIV infections increased by 18% in 2016 -- AIDS Commission clarifies

— ZA 30405 — Court says model who appeared in an HIV prevention ad can sue for emotional distress

— ZA 30401 — We found ways to shorten the turnaround time for diagnosing babies with HIV

— ZA 30400 — SA study reveals important link between genes and Aids

— ZA 30398 — HIV cases in India drop more than 50% but challenges remain

— ZA 30397 — Hiv Map Study On Hiv Prevalence Among Street Boys In Kenya To Provide This Interactive Map ...

— ZA 30393 — Countering HIV — Three's the Charm?

— ZA 30392 — Model Sues New York For Identifying Her As HIV Patient In AIDS Campaign Photo

— ZA 30390 — No evidence for accelerated ageing-related brain pathology in treated HIV

— ZA 30389 — Hepatitis C treatment highly effective in harder-to-treat people with HIV co-infection, Spanish real ...

— ZA 30382 — Hiv Positive Dating Sites In South Africa

— ZA 30383 — Health Kenyans try new world of HIV self-testing kits

— ZA 30386 — Appeals Court Finds for Model Falsely Diagnosed With HIV in Ad Campaign

— ZA 30388 — There's a once-a-week HIV pill coming that will change the lives of millions of people

— ZA 30387 — Transgender sex worker maintains she was unaware of HIV diagnosis

— ZA 30373 — Did the AIDS Panic Make Trump Afraid of Haitians?

— ZA 30377 — War in Ukraine has escalated HIV spread in the country

— ZA 30378 — 21, 000 people currently living with HIV/AIDS in Gambia

— ZA 30379 — Researcher identifies HIV mixed status as silent cause of new cases

— ZA 30374 — People with HIV more likely to get diabetes

— ZA 30376 — Kenyan health advocates reach out to women to boost war against HIV/Aids

— ZA 30375 — George Michael secretly gave nearly $700K to AIDS charity

— ZA 30371 — HIV does not increase aging-related brain changes in patients on ART

— ZA 30370 — How the opioid epidemic sparked an HIV outbreak

— ZA 30369 — Transgender sex worker 'continued to expose a man to HIV a year after being told she was positive'

— ZA 30366 — Transgender sex worker 'unaware' of HIV

— ZA 30358 — First SA HIV study focusing on transgender women launches

— ZA 30357 — Once-Weekly HIV Treatment Could Boost Adherence

— ZA 30359 — Once-A-Week Pill For HIV Treatment Developed

— ZA 30352 — Scientists decode the genome of the HIV variant found in India, expect data to be useful for ...

— ZA 30353 — Withdrawing Depo-Provera contraceptives would result in more lives lost than HIV infections ...

— ZA 30349 — Birth control injection could increase HIV risk by 40%

— ZA 30350 — Kenya: Late Diagnosis Causing More Deaths in HIV-Positive Children

— ZA 30351 — Center for Leadership in Disability Investigates HIV Prevention for Individuals with Disabilities

— ZA 30343 — New HIV Drug Would Only Need To Be Taken Once A Week

— ZA 30344 — Decoding genome of HIV variant found in India

— ZA 30345 — HIV positive man reveals his status on Facebook in a bid to reduce stigma

— ZA 30346 — Widely used contraceptive increases HIV risk

— ZA 30342 — Hepatitis B infection among HIV infected individuals in Gabon

— ZA 30340 — A Once-Weekly Pill to Fight HIV?

— ZA 30339 — Increase in HIV Cases Among IV Drug Users Raises Concerns in Massachusetts

— ZA 30341 — Health Officials See Increase in HIV Infection Among Individuals Who Inject Drugs

— ZA 30337 — Antiretroviral treatment, prevention of transmission, and modeling the HIV epidemic

— ZA 30338 — Study finds common contraceptive shot may increase HIV risk

— ZA 30336 — With No One Around To Advise Trump On HIV/AIDS, We Risk Upending Past Victories

— ZA 30334 — Usage remains low for pill that can prevent HIV infection

— ZA 30333 — Yale study finds HIV drug effective in mice

— ZA 30332 — 2018: Kenya women join world in search for HIV prevention tools

— ZA 30331 — Alarming new study links birth control shot to HIV infection risk

— ZA 30335 — Why a new population may be at risk for HIV

— ZA 30326 — Uptake of hepatitis B-HIV co-infection screening and management in a resource limited setting

— ZA 30325 — Age 25 is Optimal for Screening Adolescents, Young Adults Without Identified Risk Factors for HIV

— ZA 30327 — 90% decline in HIV among pregnant women in Mumbai, says study

— ZA 30328 — Living positively with HIV

— ZA 30330 — High prevalence of emphysema in middle-aged HIV-positive smokers

— ZA 30323 — Exposure to Drugs & Violence in Adolescence May Increase Risk for HIV in Adulthood

— ZA 30313 — What Mitochondrial Cristae Are Telling Us About HIV-associated Neurological Disorder

— ZA 30315 — Popular contraceptive shot may raise risk of HIV infection

— ZA 30316 — Methamphetamine increases HIV infectivity in neural progenitor cells

— ZA 30317 — Survey to study HIV prevalence in transgender women

— ZA 30318 — Cure for HIV? Scientists discover clues to AIDS resistance in genome of West African monkey ...

— ZA 30324 — SOS children's villages commemorates World Aids Day

— ZA 30320 — Gay HIV-positive Democrat elected as leader of New York City council

— ZA 30319 — Popular contraceptive drug may significantly increase HIV risk: Study

— ZA 30306 — HIV Cure Could Be Found Via Cancer Research, Says New Study

— ZA 30305 — Trump's firing sets back AIDS prevention efforts

— ZA 30307 — HIV: traditional small molecules or the new biologics?

— ZA 30312 — High cholesterol and diabetes common among people on HIV treatment in Malawi

— ZA 30308 — HIV cases on the rise in West Texas

— ZA 30298 — Trump's firing of HIV/AIDS council should send a clear signal

— ZA 30303 — Trump fires an AIDS advisory panel

— ZA 30304 — Diabetes in people with HIV over 50 overwhelmingly linked to old antiretrovirals, not age or body ...

— ZA 30300 — Scientists are genetically engineering immune systems to attack and destroy HIV

— ZA 30302 — Chicago Med' Takes on HIV in Latest Episode

— ZA 30301 — We dropped the ball': Some Indigenous people had access to HIV drug for years without knowing

— ZA 30299 — HIV Is Still a Big Problem in Prisons

— ZA 30293 — Free services for people living with HIV/AIDS

— ZA 30292 — AIDS Commission slams prayer camp operators over new HIV infections

— ZA 30294 — Middle aged HIV-positive patients have increased risk of `silent` cerebral vascular disease linked ...

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