Czech Republic: Police Drop Charges Against All 30 Gay Men Living With HIV Following Prague Public Health Authority 'Witch Hunt'
All criminal charges have been dropped against the 30 gay men living with HIV who were reported to the police by the Prague Public Health Authority earlier this year after they were diagnosed with an STI.
"We have been waiting quite a long time to get an HIV prevention method that you can use in privacy and without anxiety," says Nittaya Phanuphak, head of the Prevention Department at the Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre. "PrEP is the answer to tha...
"President Clinton should lay the foundation for ending the HIV/AIDS crisis by 2030," says Jeffrey Sachs, expert on global economic development and provocateur. "Tell her to knock down drug prices in the U.S. ... raise a miniscule US$10 billion a yea...
Many Europeans are taking prevention into their own hands as they begin to seek ways to secure PrEP even though access is highly limited in the region.
"To achieve the global Fast-Track Target of reducing the number of new HIV infections to fewer than 500 000 by 2020, more political commitment and increased investment in HIV prevention, including condom promotion, are needed," UNAIDS writes.
Leaders Launch 'A Super-Fast-Track Framework for Ending AIDS Among Children, Adolescents and Young Women by 2020'
Global health leaders gathered on Capitol Hill to announce a new set of HIV response goals and to say that while the work that is needed to stop the pandemic's toll of preventable illness and deaths may be clearer than it's ever been, it may also be ...
Be a Hero -- Send Your Unused Medications to Venezuelans in Crisis: A Video Blog Entry by Nelson Vergel
Cristobal Plaza, director of ActionforSolidarity.org, talks about the medication shortages in Venezuela and how you can help while the situation is resolved one day.
The First Lady of China and her counterparts from other Group of 20 countries have taken part in an event on the sidelines of the 2016 G20 summit in Hangzhou to raise awareness of HIV among students.
George W. Bush's PEPFAR program expanded HIV treatment worldwide, but its future is disconcertingly precarious. Could the aisle-crossing Catholicism of Tim Kaine deliver desperately needed funds in a Clinton White House?
"We have the extraordinary opportunity to usher in the first AIDS-free generation in more than 35 years," write Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., and Deborah L. Birx, M.D. "The only question is: Do we have the will to do it?"