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Why should Africa continue to lead in global HIV infections ... - Face2Face Africa



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Why should Africa continue to lead in global HIV infections ... 
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According to the World Health Organization, Africa accounts for two thirds of the world's new HIV infections, with 25.6 million people already infected.
There's good and bad news about millennial HIV diagnoses Mashable

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Northern Kentucky health officials reporting increased HIV infections - WKYT



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Northern Kentucky health officials reporting increased HIV infections 
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Health officials say an investigation into a cluster of HIV infections in northern Kentucky has turned up more cases and they are encouraging intravenous drug users to get tested.

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Concerned about HIV infection? Think twice before buying a self-test ... - Channel NewsAsia



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Concerned about HIV infection? Think twice before buying a self-test ... 
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File photo of a man swabbing his mouth with a HIV test kit. (Photo: JIM WATSON / AFP). By Jalelah Abu Baker @JalelahCNA. 23 Feb 2018 06:31AM (Updated: 23 Feb 2018 06:40AM ). Share this content. Bookmark. SINGAPORE: While getting an HIV test at a clinic ...

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Early HIV diagnosis in infants works in Africa, but the technology must spread to save lives - Devex



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Early HIV diagnosis in infants works in Africa, but the technology must spread to save lives 
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Countries also used stand-alone sites to process samples at their own facilities. As part of post-intervention evaluations, EGPAF noted that the median turnaround times from blood sample collections to receipt of results decreased from 55 days using ...

 


Philippines: HIV cases up 3,147 percent in 10 years | News | Al ... - Aljazeera.com



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Philippines: HIV cases up 3,147 percent in 10 years | News | Al ... 
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Critics say President Duterte's statement deriding condom use as 'not satisfying' harms advocacy to prevent HIV.

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Tokyo hospital gauge effect of daily anti-viral use on HIV infections - The Japan Times



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Tokyo hospital gauge effect of daily anti-viral use on HIV infections 
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The move comes amid reports that Japan logs around 1,500 new cases of AIDS each year, along with HIV infections among people who have not shown AIDS symptoms, despite calls for preventive measures such as the use of condoms. Anti-viral medication is ...
First Lady Commits to prevent HIV infections of mother to child BusinessGhana
Scientists refine risk of HIV infection in women International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics

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HIV infections rise, locals ignore condoms | The Star, Kenya - The Star, Kenya



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HIV infections rise, locals ignore condoms | The Star, Kenya 
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The county has blamed increased infections on unprotected sex. Aids/STIs coordinator Joseph Muyale on Tuesday said educating the public about the benefits of using condoms has been a problem. ?With over two million people in Kakamega, those infected ...
World Condom Day: Foundation says HIV infection highest among youths The Eagle Online

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Novel Assay Could Better Track HIV Infections - Specialty Pharmacy Times



Novel Assay Could Better Track HIV Infections 
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Researchers recently created a new tool that may be able to accurately differentiate new cases of HIV from long-term infections. The strategy focuses on analyzing patient samples for antibodies that differ based on the length of infection, according to ...

 


Blessers driving HIV infection in young women | Cape Argus - IOL - Independent Online



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Blessers driving HIV infection in young women | Cape Argus - IOL 
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Blessers are driving the HIV epidemic among females as young as 15, the NGO Right to Care has charged.

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Homophobia fuelling HIV infections - NewsDay Zimbabwe - NewsDay



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Homophobia fuelling HIV infections - NewsDay Zimbabwe 
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The gay population is disproportionately burdened by HIV infection, a situation which is worsened by laws that penalise same-sex intercourse and contribute to a cycle of stigma, homonegativity and discrimination. In many African countries, laws ...

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