A mystery illness killed a boy in 1969. Years later, doctors believed they’d learned what it was: AIDS. The Washington Post
Robert Rayford died nearly a decade before the country's first known AIDS cases, changing the narrative about the epidemic.
AIDS Walk-Run funds more health issues than HIV/AIDS CNYcentral.com
ACR Health may have been founded as the AIDS Task Force, but 36 years later, the health agency is doing a lot more to address health issues other than AIDS.
International rapid response team called over HIV/AIDS outbreak in Sindh: Dr Zafar Mirza - Pakistan ReliefWeb
English News and Press Release on Pakistan about HIV/Aids and Children; published on 26 May 2019 by Dawn.
End to Aids in sight as huge study finds drugs stop HIV transmission The Guardian
An end to the Aids epidemic could be in sight after a landmark study found men whose HIV infection was fully suppressed by antiretroviral drugs had no chance ...
Ending AIDS requires US investment | TheHill The Hill
We urge the Senate to follow the lead of their colleagues in the House and increase funding to proven solutions like the Global Fund.
Leveraging technology and innovation to end AIDS and tuberculosis UNAIDS
Leaders from both the private and public sectors have called for *fresh* investment models for new technologies and the smarter roll-out of innovations to end ...
AIDS Quilt founder speaks Tuesday at Niagara Fall High School Buffalo News
Cleve Jones, LGBT rights advocate and author, will speak at a free event at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Niagara Falls High School, 4455 Porter Road. Jones founded ...
Medical experts says the cure for AIDS is closer than you might think KGO-TV
A cure to AIDS might be closer than what we think. This after a study confirmed that a drug can stop HIV from transmitting.
Maine chapter of The Names Project helps raise AIDS awareness WMTW Portland
The Maine chapter of The Names Project helped to raise AIDS and HIV awareness this weekend with the Memorial Day quilt display.
How San Francisco’s HIV/AIDS warriors paved the way for today’s cannabis gold rush San Francisco Chronicle
As more people jump into the marijuana market, it can be easy to overlook the story of those who took great risks to provide medicinal marijuana to their ...
Helping those affected by HIV/AIDS: Orangeburg native leads NYC center assisting women, children The Tand D.com
Orangeburg native Ingrid Floyd is on a mission to offer practical, family-centered services that promote prevention and education while addressing the ...
Supporting Zambia's campaign against HIV/AIDS William & Mary News
Zambia's National HIV/AIDS Council needed a system that would provide information on HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment broken down by age and gender.
Franciscan nun rescues children affected by HIV/AIDS in Kenya Global Sisters Report
Sr. Lilly Manavalan from the Franciscan Clarist congregation applies her passion for serving the impoverished toward the rescue of children who have been ...
New center formed to battle AIDS/HIV in University of Miami
Behavioral scientists establish a new mental health research center at the University of Miami to halt rising HIV infections.
Doris Day helped America look at AIDS with empathy and love for Rock Hudson Los Angeles Times
The two helped forge America's understanding of AIDS and the beginning of a long battle against discrimination and intolerance of the disease.