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Prior Pneumonia, Smoking, and Drinking Explain Higher Lung Cancer Risk With HIV

Prior Pneumonia, Smoking, and Drinking Explain Higher Lung Cancer Risk With HIV
- A past pneumonia episode largely explained a higher risk of lung cancer in people living with HIV, according to a large study in California. The study ...

Improved HIV care has increased life expectancy by up to ten years

Improved HIV care has increased life expectancy by up to ten years
- Advances in antiretroviral drugs and other improvements in HIV services mean that a young person diagnosed with HIV today and treated promptly ...

Black AIDS Institute Announces "30 Days Of HIV" campaign leading up to National HIV Testing Day

Black AIDS Institute Announces "30 Days Of HIV" campaign leading up to National HIV Testing Day
Black AIDS Institute (BAI), the U.S.'s only national think tank focused on HIV impact in Black communities, has announced "30 Days Of HIV" a national, ...

Australian man tests positive to HIV while taking preventative drug

Australian man tests positive to HIV while taking preventative drug
- A Melbourne man has become the third person in the world to test positive for HIV while taking a preventative drug, ...

Poorly Controlled HIV in Adolescents Related to Increased Risk of Other STIs

Poorly Controlled HIV in Adolescents Related to Increased Risk of Other STIs
- Adolescents infected with HIV tend to have sex with more frequency and to be at increased risk for other sexually transmitted infections, according to a ...

People with HIV have impaired respiratory health, even when viral load is undetectable

People with HIV have impaired respiratory health, even when viral load is undetectable
HIV-positive people have impaired respiratory health, even when they have viral suppression with antiretroviral therapy (ART), investigators from ...

New navigation program improves outcomes, longevity of care for HIV-infected adolescents and ...

New navigation program improves outcomes, longevity of care for HIV-infected adolescents and ...
- Enrolling adolescents and young adults living with HIV in a program to help navigate care significantly increases the number of youths who remained ...

Policyholders with HIV urged to review life cover term

Policyholders with HIV urged to review life cover term
- The adviser firm's annual research into insurance coverage of HIV positive people has found that many people were given a term between five and 10 ...



Kenya's first MSM health community clinic is hope for all LGBT Africans

Kenya's first MSM health community clinic is hope for all LGBT Africans
- There's nothing quite like a glimmer of hope in all the dreariness that accompanies LGBT life in Africa. It's not news that apart from having to hide their ...

Event raises awareness about the fight against AIDS

Event raises awareness about the fight against AIDS
- One official speaking at the event encouraged people to test for HIV at local health clinics. ... Some have alleged that cases of AIDS in South Africa and Massachusetts in the US increased because of the legalization of same-sex ...

HIV Epidemic May Come to an End by 2025, Predicts Study

HIV Epidemic May Come to an End by 2025, Predicts Study
- In eight years, the HIV epidemic in the U.S. could come to a halt, with declines in infections of the deadly virus outpacing new cases. A new statistical ...

Africa must reboot its health systems to cope with non-communicable diseases

Africa must reboot its health systems to cope with non-communicable diseases
African health systems are already under strain. Long patient ... It also played a part in treating tuberculosis in Malawi and HIV in Kenya and Nigeria.

Freddie Mercury's AIDS battle cost the singer his FOOT

Freddie Mercury's AIDS battle cost the singer his FOOT
- Freddie Mercury could still be alive today if HIV drugs had been available 'just a few months' sooner, legendary guitarist Brian May has said.

Circumcision for HIV Prevention is Harmful, Ineffective, and Tragic

Circumcision for HIV Prevention is Harmful, Ineffective, and Tragic
- Even if the claim were true, based on the rate of infection in the studies, about 60 men had to be circumcised to prevent one HIV infection. The other 59 ...

Are we no longer afraid of AIDS?

Are we no longer afraid of AIDS?
Only about 10 percent of the cases of HIV reported in New Hampshire are from injection drug users. Daly said most are still being reported as ...

Chicago Program Serves 3600 People With HIV in First Year

Chicago Program Serves 3600 People With HIV in First Year
- A new partnership between the Chicago Department of Public Health and community providers has already served 3,600 people living with HIV.

Less than 15% of young people aware of HIV status'

Less than 15% of young people aware of HIV status'
- Less than 15% of young people are aware of their HIV status despite constituting the larger group of people who are dying from HIV and Aids-related ...

East Africa: Trump Increases HIV/Aids Funding to Uganda

East Africa: Trump Increases HIV/Aids Funding to Uganda
- Kampala — The United States (US) government has increased its assistance to HIV treatment and prevention in Uganda by about Shs40 billion from ...

Hong Kong's HIV infections jump in first quarter

Hong Kong's HIV infections jump in first quarter
- Health authorities said on Friday that Hong Kong has recorded the highest ever quarterly figures for new HIV infections in the first three months of t...

Uganda: Government in Fresh Plan to Reduce New HIV Infections

Uganda: Government in Fresh Plan to Reduce New HIV Infections
- Kampala — Government has noted with concern the worrying and growing trend of new HIV infections levels in Uganda, particularly among young ...

Transmission of HIV drug resistance increases among illegal drug users in Vancouver

Transmission of HIV drug resistance increases among illegal drug users in Vancouver
- The prevalence of transmitted drug resistance in people with HIV who were using illegal drugs increased significantly over a 20-year period in ...

Charlie Sheen's HIV Disclosure Almost Doubled Sales Of Test Kits, Study Reveals

Charlie Sheen's HIV Disclosure Almost Doubled Sales Of Test Kits, Study Reveals
- A study conducted by San Diego State University (SDSU) researchers last year showed how him revealing his HIV status urged millions of people to ...

New cases of HIV in Thailand declining to less than ten thousand per year

More (people) die from indoor air pollution than from malaria, HIV/AIDS and TB combined."

More (people) die from indoor air pollution than from malaria, HIV/AIDS and TB combined."
- He took a 2016 report on deaths from indoor air pollution and compared that to 2015 estimates of death from HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis.