Stigmabase is a non-profit internet initiative dedicated to informing and raising awareness on the damaging effects of social exclusion and stigma around the world. The marginalization of individuals or categories of individuals is a too common phenomenon. Millions of people are facing this problem around the world and many complex factors are involved.

Why marijuana debate is complex

Why marijuana debate is complex
- Kenya, it has actually come out through various media reports that a number of cancer and HIV patients are using cannabis products to relieve their ...

Factors Contributing To The Spread Of HIV /AIDS In Africa

Factors Contributing To The Spread Of HIV /AIDS In Africa
- Developing countries still have the highest number of HIV/AIDS infections,Despite increased awareness and numerous sensitization campaigns, HIV ...

Policy change and micro-politics in global health aid: HIV in South Africa

Policy change and micro-politics in global health aid: HIV in South Africa
- South Africa's HIV/AIDS epidemic is a case in point, where the US President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) has provided essential ...

Did someone try to donate plasma with HIV?

Did someone try to donate plasma with HIV?
- Hakes says that they don't know if the individual knew that they had HIV or not. Infact Hakes says that they don't know if he really does have HIV.

Use of an mHealth Intervention to Improve Engagement in HIV Community-Based Care Among ...

Use of an mHealth Intervention to Improve Engagement in HIV Community-Based Care Among ...
- The majority of these persons have access to HIV care including antiretroviral therapy (ART) during incarceration, and rates of engagement in care ...

Non-profits worry NS prisoners not receiving best education on HIV, hep C

Non-profits worry NS prisoners not receiving best education on HIV, hep C
- Correctional Service Canada used to hire local organizations on contract to speak to inmates about the risks of HIV and hepatitis C and how to protect ...

Infants' Survival Rate Now Above 90%

 Infants' Survival Rate Now Above 90%
- The survival and life expectancy rate of infants who have tested positive to the HIV/AIDS virus has been increased to over 90 per cent, thereby ...

A randomized controlled trial testing an HIV prevention intervention for Latino youth.

A randomized controlled trial testing an HIV prevention intervention for Latino youth.
HIV and health-promotion control interventions consisted of ... Adolescents assigned to the HIV intervention who were sexually ...