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Goodluck Jonathan President of Nigeria Fights AIDS in West Africa

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Treatment of HIV

This Mcgrawhill animation tells us the mechanisms of different drugs used to treat HIV…… Video Rating: 5 / 5

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HIV in Nigeria

In Nigeria, Christian Aid has reached more than 16000 children orphaned or made vulnerable by HIV, over the last five years. Our local partners provide care and support including important nutritional advice to families. Widows and older children caring for younger orphaned siblings are given the opportunity to join Savings and Loans Associations, helping them […]

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AIDS in Nigeria – Trailer

This trailer presents the first 10 minutes of the CRTN – documentary “AIDS in Nigeria.” Production Date: 2006 Duration: 13 Copyright : CRTN Language: English, Spanish, French Executive Producer: Mark Riedemann Director: Magdalena Wolnik The Catholic Church is on the leading edge of treatment in Africa, they’re the ones that introduced home-based care, care of […]

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HIV Infection

Mechanism of infection by HIV. Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Life-saving HIV treatment – patent pool animation

Three problems stopping people from getting the HIV drugs they need, and one solution to the problem. Join the push for the Patent Pool. One way we can help the millions of people around the world who need treatment for HIV but aren’t getting it.

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New HIV infection drops 20% from 2001 to 2009: UN report

Article by Rowenzrw The number of new HIV infections in the Asia and Pacific region has dropped by 20 percent between 2001 and 2009, a UN report said here on Friday. According to the report, titled HIV in Asia and the Pacific: Getting to Zero, the number of new HIV infections in Asia and Pacific […]

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Selected Infections and Conditions Associated With HIV Infection

Article by Buy Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) belongs to the family Retroviridae, subfamily Lentiviridae. Retroviridae organisms share a distinct biologic characteristic: an initial stage of primary infection followed by a relatively asymptomatic period of months to years and a final stage of overt disease. HIV causes many diseases. Here are several of them.PneumoniaPneumocystis carinii pneumonia […]

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HIV Infection A Reality

Article by Joseph Varghese HIV Infection HIV infection is a disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). The condition gradually destroys the immune system, which makes it harder for the body to fight off infections.HIV infects cells in the immune system and the central nervous system. The main type of cell that HIV infects […]

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Learn about HIV Treatment

Article by Jhonny Vaz How HIV is TransmittedThe human immunodeficiency virus is chiefly caused by contact with vaginal fluid, semen or blood infected by the disease. HIV is typically spread via these three causes: * HIV may be spread to infants from their mothers during childbirth or during nursing.* Sexual contact with someone infected with […]

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