Posts Tagged ‘HIV’
By Benjamin O'Loughlin Dr. Hannah Gray was the probably the first doctor at the University of Mississippi Medical Center to douse a baby with three high-octane and potentially toxic drugs only 30 hours after birth.
Doctors in the United States say a baby born with the AIDS virus appears to have been cured after receiving very early treatment with standard drug therapy.
Impoverished Kenyans living with HIV/AIDs are sometimes selling their antiretroviral drugs to buy food for themselves and their families.
C. Everett Koop, the former U.S. surgeon general who raised his office's profile by tackling the then-emerging disease known as AIDS and the dangers of smoking, has died at the age of 96.
The United States has announced a plan to significantly reduce the global spread of AIDS. Advances in research and treatment of the disease has many officials feeling hopeful.
Under a canopy of skylights in a modern church two blocks from the International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C., worshippers are dancing and singing an African American spiritual: "We are Marching in the Light of God."
HIV primarily affects white gay men. You can contract HIV by getting tested for the virus that causes AIDS. Active church members aren’t at risk for HIV. When NAACP researchers spent a year talking with black faith leaders i...
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Lutheran churches in Indonesia have approved several steps to revitalize their commitment to fight the AIDS epidemic. Two conferences on HIV/AIDS called “Embracing Life: Our Common Responsibility” were organized by ...
International Mission Board is ministering to a lesser-known group of prostitutes who come from India’s middle class, and who have resorted to the profession out of desperation, according to Mission Network News. India is descr...