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Doctors investigating the outbreak believe that many cases have gone undetected because of the rarity of the condition and the difficulty even dermatologists may have in diagnosing it.
4 July, 2016 23:31
The New York Times, 1981: "Rare cancer seen in 41 homosexuals"
35 yrs ago a rare cancer, later known as AIDS, made it's worldwide debut in The New York Times.
Ways of HIV transmission | AIDS.UA
26 June, 2016 01:33
13 condom myths you need to stop believing
With the dilapidated state of sexual knowledge in our country, what has made its way into our lives is a big bunch of myths. Yes, about condoms, too. We think we know what's there to an effective protection but don't make up your mind before you read the following list. The next time you think of letting one slip off when you are not ovulating or you try to be extra cautious by putting on two, remember what we are going to tell you.
A considerable number of those who donate blood are poor and do so for money.
10 June, 2016 01:48
Viewpoint: Why blood transfusions are still giving Indians HIV
A recent news report on HIV transmission through blood transfusion in India has been the cause of much controversy.
This picture taken on October 29, 2013 shows pregnant teenager Ying (L), 16, standing with another pregnant woman (R) at the Association for the Promotion of the Status of Women (APSW) in Bangkok.
9 June, 2016 01:40
First in Asia, Thailand eliminates mother-to child transmission of HIV
When Anya Nopalit became pregnant with her first son, 16 years ago, she learned she had HIV and worried she would pass the virus on to him.
A push to distribute free condoms among sex workers throughout the late 1990s and the widespread rollout of antiretroviral drugs in the 2000s has seen huge success and won Thailand widespread praise.
8 June, 2016 01:59
Thailand first in Asia to eliminate mother-to-baby HIV: WHO
Thailand has become the first Asian country to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV, the World Health Organization said Wednesday, a milestone in the fight against the disease.
Ending the epidemics of AIDS by 2030 is a key target of the Sustainable Development Goal on health and well-being.
8 June, 2016 01:50
WHO validates elimination of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis in Armenia, Belarus and the Republic of Moldova
United Nations agencies congratulate Belarus for eliminating mother-to-child transmission of both HIV and syphilis and Armenia and the Republic of Moldova for eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis, respectively.
A sex worker demonstrates the use of a female condom during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign in India.
7 June, 2016 01:19
The Enduring Unpopularity of the Female Condom
The internal condom saves lives, but it has been criticized from the start. An Object Lesson.
India has around 2.09 million people living with HIV/Aids.
31 May, 2016 21:01
India hospital transfusions infect thousands with HIV
At least 2,234 Indians have contracted the deadly HIV virus while receiving blood transfusions in hospitals in the past 17 months alone.