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Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution They met in church...He ran the men's ministry and was in the bishop's inner circle. Their church work together led to a romance that now has become part of a Clayton County trial of a man accused of
Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Craig Lamar Davis is accused of exposing women to HIV, a felony under Georgia law punishable by up to 10 years in prison. But the medical tests used to detect the virus will be as much on trial in a
Women aim to end 'rampant' sex-for-fish trade News from Elsewhere... ...as found by BBC Monitoring Kenyan market traders hope to end the sex-for-fish practice Women in Kenya are trying to end the practice of female traders having sex with local
Pre-exposure prophylaxis can be a valuable tool in the prevention arsenal, but it also raises medical and ethical challenges. When PrEP is not used properly, drug-resistant viral strains can emerge...On the ethical front, how do we expand access to
Dan Rodricks It has been 30 years since Dr. Robert Gallo became internationally famous for his role in the discovery of the virus that causes acquired immune deficiency syndrome . He has wrestled with the question of a cure countless times since then.
Whether they plan to or not, a growing number of physicians no longer have contracts with some of the nation's largest health insurance carriers. Either they choose to be out of network, dropping contracts with all insurers or with those that pay too
The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) is deeply saddened by the death of Andrew Hunter, who was known and respected for his tireless promotion of the rights of people from key populations most at risk of HIV, particularly sex
Harry Shum Jr. was on a few quests when he visited the EW L.A. offices last month. The first was an important one: Spread the word about his collaboration with Coca-Cola and the (RED) campaign to end the spread of mother-to-child transmission of HIV.
Dr Jeremy Knight, director of the HIV programme in the Ministry of Health, encouraged persons to place the disease in perspective by getting correct information. "Once we are sexually active, irrespective of our age group, we are vulnerable. So it is
I have been travelling to Africa for many years to support the work conducted by the Elton John Aids Foundation, the charity I first established in 1992 to reduce the incidence of HIV/Aids worldwide. While there, I have seen inspirational examples of