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How Does The United States Help South Africa With Preventing Hiv/aids?

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Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

South Africa to Receive $40M From United States to Combat HIV/AIDS

U.S. Ambassador to South Africa Cameron Hume on Tuesday announced that South Africa will receive an initial $40 million from the United States to help combat HIV/AIDS, BuaNews/AllAfrica.com reports (Freeman, BuaNews/AllAfrica.com, 2/3). The funds... Read more »
Community HIV/AIDS Mobilization Project

How Did Circumcision Prevent HIV in Clinical Trials in Africa ... And What Does It Mean for the United States?

Recent research shows that circumcision 1 could be an effective new HIV prevention tool, especially in areas of the world with high HIV prevalence and low rates of circumcision. This promising news is clearly significant for sub-Saharan Africa. It... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

AIDS Advocates in South Africa, United States Protest Bush Administration's AIDS Policies

AIDS advocates in South Africa and the United States on Thursday held protests calling on the Bush administration to expand its efforts to fight HIV/AIDS, the AP/Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports. About 500 advocates in Johannesburg and... Read more »
Ask the Experts

HIV and South Africa

Dear Dr. Frascino,I am HIV positive but the virus has been undetectable according to my blood tests for nearly 8 years (I was diagnosed in 1999). I have been on Sustiva which I take daily (one pill). My question is that I am planning a trip to...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hi,The information you requested, or at least how to get it, was waiting for you in the archives. See below.Bon voyage.Dr. BobResearch on HIV and Travel Restrictions (ON THE ROAD WITH HIV) (TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS)Mar 30, 2008 The other day I asked you... Read more »

HIV/AIDS Fight Remains High Priority for United States?

Hi Dr.Take a look to this statement http://www.america.gov/st/health-english/2007/May/20070522175313atiayduj0.4688532.html and tell us what do you think about it, is it true? I think that we are lossing the battle against VIH/AIDS, but then I...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hi E.L.,The truth is that Bush's much-lauded Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) has succeeded on some levels by providing life-sustaining antiretroviral drugs to some of those in need in selected countries. However, PEPFAR's... Read more »

New Rules for HIV positive people travelling to the United States

Hey Dr. Bob,I heard the Bush Administration finally got around to changing the ban on HIV positive travelers wanting to come to the Unioted States. Is this too good to be true???Toby...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello,Dubya strikes again! Or should that be strikes out again?!?!The new rules for HIV-positive folks wishing to enter the U.S. are even worse than the old rules!People with HIV have been banned from entering the U.S. since 1987, but waivers are... Read more »

hiv drugs manufactured in other countries then exported to United States?

Dr. Young,Hi. I hope you don't think that this is a dumb question. I know that we have quite a few hiv drugs already approved here in the United States and more in the pipeline. My question is are there drugs we don't know about being...
Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

Response from Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

Rocky Mountain CARES
Nancy-thank you for your question.To a large extent the drug discover pipeline in the US and ex-US (foreign) counties are the same- indeed, many of the key clinical trials are multinational ones, with study sites across the globe.The major... Read more »
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UNITED STATES DISCRIMINATES AGAINST HIV+ PEOPLE

Posted by bradford, 2 Replies
UNITED STATES DISCRIMINATES AGAINST HIV+ PEOPLE

While nearly a million HIV+ American citizens enjoy the freedom to leave and travel outside their country, the United States government prohibits HIV+ individuals from other countries entry to the... Read more »

South Africa

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
Check out these articles at The Daily Mail and Guardian

http://www.mg.co.za/mg/news/2000mar1/14mar-aids4.html

Johannesburg, South Africa. March 14 2000



The dissident view

There is no clarity about what is meant by HIV or Aids, so they are lumped... Read more »

I need a HIV Specialist in DURBAN, South Africa

Posted by Christa1, 1 Reply
Does anyone know a good doctor who specialises on HIV/AIDS, in Durban, South Africa. The doctor I have been with is emigrating and I need to find a doctor who knows what he is talking about, and who is familiar wit processes and procedure. I have ... Read more »

Work Visa in South Africa

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
I am from UK. Recently I got a job offer from South Africa. Do I need to have a HIV test to get a work visa there?

Please answer. Read more »