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New Haven’s 12th Annual AIDS Walk drew a crowd of 200 on Saturday, raising around $6,000 for AIDS support organizations in Greater New Haven.

APR 18, 2016 by REBECCA KARABUS

As new drugs make it easier to combat the spread of HIV and AIDS, organizations are finding a growing amount of young adults are not aware of the diseases.

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Scientists are working aggressively to find the cure for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Recently, a group of researchers from Imperial College London and Emory University have figured out a method to detect the virus, which will make treatments for HIV infections more effective.

April 19 2016 by Wendy Lemeric

Besieged President Jacob Zuma has been advised to heed the chorus calling him to step down to save the notable only twinkle on his legacy: the radical shift in HIV/Aids treatment roll-out policy that saved millions of lives and hiked life expectancy.

April 14 2016 by Sipho Masombuka

HIV/AIDS cure updates: PET scan technique shows promise in kick and kill HIV treatment; cure available in three years?

Scientists are working aggressively to find the cure for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Recently, a group of researchers from Imperial College London and Emory University have figured out a method to detect the virus, which will make treatments for HIV infections more effective.

April 19 2016 by Wendy Lemeric

Besieged President Jacob Zuma has been advised to heed the chorus calling him to step down to save the notable only twinkle on his legacy: the radical shift in HIV/Aids treatment roll-out policy that saved millions of lives and hiked life expectancy.

April 14 2016 by Sipho Masombuka