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CNN Heroes: Jesus Aguais – En Espanol

In the 11 years since the foundation started, Aguais, now 39, has legally redistributed million worth of HIV medications to more than 3000 people in 27 countries. Aid for AIDS is now the largest HIV drug-recycling program in the world, collecting million worth of medications so far this year. “People can send it directly to […]

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Women and HIV/AIDS

Article by Jason Hachkowski Both men and women benefit from highly active combination antiretroviral therapy, or HAART. It can decrease incidences of opportunistic infections, delay the onset of AIDS, and increase lifespan. There is little doubt that HAART therapy is beneficial for those with HIV. There are however many unanswered questions on HAART. This is […]

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UN Criticizes Nigeria for Poor Prevention of AIDS

Nigeria lags behind in progress in both treatment to avoid mother-to-child transmission and testing of pregnant women for HIV. [Orode Dorhathye, Chief Director of Africare]: ” there are more positive HIV/AIDS persons in Nigeria than in South Africa that’s one; and of course as you know, there has been a lot of concerted efforts to […]

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Discovering the HIV/AIDS Drug “Cocktail” in an Equation

(bigthink.com This pioneering AIDS researcher used high school math to make a drug “cocktail” to fight the worldwide epidemic.

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US Professor Running For Office In Nigeria Arrested – IndepthAfrica

A professor at Cal State East Bay was released from prison Tuesday after being arrested in his native Nigeria where he had returned to run for a governorship. Video Rating: 0 / 5

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Dr. Stefan Lanka (Snippets) “hiv aids = death?”

Dr. Stefan Lanka, virologist and molecular biologist, is internationally mostly known as an “AIDS dissident” (and maybe “gentechnology dissident”) who has been questioning the very existence of “HIV” since 1994. snippets from Gary Nulls Deconstructing The Myth of AIDS www.neue-medizin.com www.whale.to

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FDA Approves Raltegravir for Treatment method of HIV

Article by Eric Paul The U.S. Meals and Drug Administration (FDA) introduced in a press launch that it has accepted a new drug, raltegravir tablets, for the remedy of HIV. Merck & Firm, Inc., distributes Raltegravir, less than the trade title Isentress. The recently authorized drug for treatment of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)-one infection is […]

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Facts of HIV in Nigeria

HIV is an pestilent that earthborn is braving. Not only those living with the disease but also those who are not purulent poorness interpret it to stick healthy. In Nigeria HIV can make lot of problems to every one Let us deal with some facts about Nigerian HIV . It is more worst than ever […]

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Nigeria Celebrate World Aids Day

Globally, an estimated 33.3 Million people live with HIV Video Rating: 0 / 5

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HIV 101

Basic info on HIV and AIDS.

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