(UPDATED) 'In 2016, 19.5 million of the 36.7 million people living with HIV had access to treatment,' says the UNAIDS global roundup
'I will use my voice, my social media following (for this advocacy). People who are following me right now, at least when they look at me, they'll know that (I am) advocating for HIV/AIDS,' the beauty queen says
Pada Hari Tanpa Diskriminasi, penulis berharap diskriminasi terhadap kaum LGBT tidak terjadi lagi
“Diskriminasi ditandai ketika seseorang diberi perlakuan yang tidak adil. Perlakuan tersebut menyebabkan ia kehilangan haknya.”
Tapi, UNAIDS juga memperingatkan bahwa ada ancaman baru di Asia dan Pasifik.
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'I was very confident that I would not have HIV because I thought there was no HIV here in Cebu City. When I was handed the HIV-positive result, it was really difficult.'
A just released UNAIDS report warns that new HIV infections are rising among gay men and other men who have sex with men, as well as other key populations.
Here are 5 simple questions that anyone can use to test and screen whether information material on HIV/AIDS is accurate and appropriate
A joint report by the UNAIDS and the Kaiser Family Foundation shows that donor funding declined from $8.6 million in 2014 to $7.5 million in 2015
During the opening of the 21st AIDS Conference, world leaders, scientists and activists emphasize the role of the young generation in ending AIDS
The five-day International AIDS Conference returns to Africa 16 years after Nelson Mandela galvanized the world to take up the fight against AIDS, describing it as 'one of the greatest threats humankind has faced'
Advocates say political will and leadership at the national and local government levels are needed to create, scale, up and sustain comprehensive programs on HIV/AIDS prevention in communities
The Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) is fighting for discrimination free health services to combat HIV
Groups and advocates praise the Miss Universe 2015 winner for her HIV awareness statement
World AIDS Day is a time to celebrate progress and remember there is still much to be done, says the UNDP
In just 5 years, the Philippines has reported over 20,000 new HIV infections
According to the UN health agency, prophylactic or precautionary treatment should become 'an additional prevention choice' available to high-risk individuals, along with counseling, access to condoms and safe injection material
However, Health Secretary Janette Garin agrees that 'to a huge extent' values formation has something to do with the rise in the number of HIV cases in the country
Among the 6 cities exceeding the national HIV prevalence rate of 3.5% among males who have sex with males (MSM), Caloocan City is the 'most problematic'
With 646 cases recorded in February 2015, the Philippines now has 21 new infections every day
The current HIV figures in the country are still at alarming levels, with 16 new infections every day and a running total of 22,527 HIV positive cases since 1984
The UN warns the HIV virus risks spiraling back out of control unless world leaders bolster action now by agreeing to 'fast-track' efforts to eradicate AIDS
UNAIDS appoints fashion designer Victoria Beckham as Goodwill Ambassador, saying she can raise awareness on the plight of women and children with HIV
Bare-legged delegates party to celebrate the 10th anniversary of an important tradition and to raise funds for the International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS
The 2016 conference is returning to a venue that saw 'a watershed' in the history of AIDS
Studies show that HIV prevalence is estimated to be 1.5 – 2 times higher in urban areas than in rural ones. Up to 60% of the 35 million people living with HIV live in cities.
Unless HIV services are made available to 5 key populations, the global health response on HIV will suffer a large setback
Report: 'The overall amount of ill-health and premature death resulting from HIV (is) roughly 25% lower than the latest estimate provided by UNAIDS in 2012'
Among those who died was Dutchman Joep Lange, a pioneer of cheap anti-retrovirals for the poor and a prominent AIDS researcher
Kiev accused pro-Russian separatists battling Ukrainian forces of the 'terrorist act' as stunned world leaders called for a full investigation into the disaster, which could further fan the flames of the worst East-West crisis since the Cold War
(2ND UPDATE) Australian media report more than one-third of the nearly 300 who died in the MH17 flight were AIDS researchers, health workers, and activists
With more than half of the 35 million people living with HIV unaware they are infected, the battle is far from over however
Globally, there are an estimated 5.4 million adolescents and young people living with HIV, and at least 1.8 million are eligible for HIV treatment
Suu Kyi draws parallels between the plight of sufferers and her own struggle for democracy at the launch on World AIDS Day of a new "zero discrimination" campaign
'Condoms are for our protection. They are not evidence of a crime,' says one sex worker
2.3 million people contracted the AIDS virus last year – down 33% from 2001, while 260,000 children became infected – over a third fewer than in 2009 and 52% down from 2001
A top UN official says the global AIDS epidemic could be over by 2030 due to treatment advances
Since the HIV-AIDS epidemic is largely borne by unprotected sex, it is imperative that safe sex be promoted as much as possible
Big names in medicine are set to give an upbeat assessment of the war on AIDS on Tuesday
AIDS experts cautioned Monday, March 4, against hype of a cure after doctors in the United States suppressed HIV in a child born with the virus by administering a potent drug cocktail shortly after birth
Sen Pia Cayetano and the DOH say the RH bill will be key to helping fight HIV/AIDS
(UPDATED) Cases of HIV infections in 25 countries dropped by more than 50%, but the Philippines reports a 25% rise
International health organizations stress the need to pass the RH bill for women and the youth