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Wider availability of treatment, better funding may be the reason why, U.N. report says. International health officials on Tuesday reported continued headway against HIV/AIDS continue reading »
Study finds an increased risk even among patients with well-controlled disease. People with HIV/AIDS are four times more likely to die of sudden cardiac arrest than those in the general population, a new study finds. continue reading »
In 1991, the life of a 6-year-old girl in Texas named Danielle began to unravel. First, her father learned that he was infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Her mother went in for screening soon after and received the same grim result. continue reading »
Anderson Cooper, anchor of CNN’s weeknight Anderson Cooper 360, will receive the 2011 Compañero Award on May 10th at the Latino Commission on AIDS’s annual fundraising gala Cielo Latino, the Latino Commission on AIDS announced today continue reading »