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

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HIV/AIDS Denial (AIDS DENIALISTS, 2009)

What's up with all these people who either deny HIV exists or believe the government create it? I was watching a youtube video of a news report from Houston about these researchers working on a cure. I noticed in all the comments on youtube, most...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...countries where treatment is available, the denialists have found few who are willing to sacrifice their own lives. However, in South Africa and elsewhere in the developing world, the denialists are seeking to deny medical care and medications to... Read more »

HIV and South Africa

Dear Dr. Frascino,I am HIV positive but the virus has been undetectable according to my blood tests... Read more »

HIV is not the cause of AIDS

Why do doctors keep prescribing toxic medications for HIV when HIV is not the cause of AIDS. The... Read more »
Articles
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Clinton Signs New $10 Million Agreement on HIV/AIDS With Angola, Says U.S. "Stands Ready" to Work With South Africa on HIV/AIDS

...ravaged by HIV," Agence France-Presse/africaasia.com reports (8/10). Clinton flew to Angola on Sunday after a two-day stop in South Africa the "third leg" of her tour of seven African nations in 11 days, CNN reports (8/9). At a news... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

South Africa Protesters March for U.S. AIDS Funding

... On Thursday, thousands of South Africans marched outside the US consulate in Johannesburg to protest the Obama administration's scaling back of funding increases to Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Congressional Delegation Arrives in South Africa, Aims to Use Experience to Determine U.S. Response to HIV/AIDS Epidemic

...A six-member congressional delegation led by Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-Tenn.) yesterday arrived in Johannesburg, South Africa -- the first stop in the group's four-country trip to Africa -- to meet with government and public health... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Wall Street Journal Examines U.S. Program That Aims to Combine Clinical Care With Traditional Healing to Treat HIV/AIDS in South Africa

...on Friday examined a U.S.-funded program that aims to integrate clinical care with traditional healing to treat HIV/AIDS in South Africa. The U.S. provided $700,000 in initial funding for the pilot program, which was launched in March in Durban,... Read more »
Connect With Others

The U.S. patented cure for AIDS

Posted by Anonymous, 9 Replies
...Disease Control Office of Minority Health omh@cdc.gov Re: The U.S. patented cure for AIDS Dear CDC OMH: In 1997, the United States patented the cure for AIDS, patent #5676977 (abstract below). To date the CDC does not even register... Read more »

front line

Posted by Anonymous
...countries, mostly in Africa -- Botswana, Cte d'Ivoire, Ethiopia, Guyana, Haiti, Kenya, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Vietnam and Zambia -- but also provides lower-level assistance in numerous other... Read more »

Alternatives?

Posted by Anonymous, 4 Replies
...http://aliveandwell.org/ Any truth to these sites? Who to believe: government sites or activist sites? The more I research information about HIV and AIDS, the more complicated the relationship between the two seems to be and the more treatments... Read more »

Christian Grantham of GAYBC Questions AIDS

Posted by Anonymous, 9 Replies
...promoting Christine Maggiore's book, "What If Everything You Thought You Knew About AIDS Was Wrong?" Grantham, formerly a staunch HIV Believist, read the book this month as was shocked to learn that much of what we've been fed about HIV is... Read more »