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An Interview with Dr. Chris Isichei Faith Alive Jos, Nigeria

Excerpt from an interview with Dr. Chris Isichei, founder of the Faith Alive medical clinic in Jos, Nigeria. The video is to promote an upcoming speaking engagement at First Presbyterian Church, Fort Collins. Video Rating: 5 / 5

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Kony 2012 – I am only 13 and I hav HIV

Kony 2012 – is one of many stories – to download www.reverbnation.com A little child (girl) tells her story, she says ” When they first came they did not have anymore bullets so they beat my father with a cutlass and took turns on my mummy and I. Now I have a baby. I am […]

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HIV AIDS Cure Dr. Gary Davis Part 2 (PozFriends.org)

HIV AIDS possible Cure Video Rating: 5 / 5

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HIV Transmission-Facts And Ficton

Article by Joseph Varghese HIV Transmission:The information on HIV transmission possibilities is vital to increase awareness of how quickly HIV can be spread and how they can be stopped and to illustrate effects of peer pressure.HIV is spread by sexual contact with an infected person, by needle-sharing among injecting drug users, or, less commonly (and […]

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Youth Advocate Against HIV on VOA’s In Focus.mp4

VOA’s health correspondent Linord Moudou talks to Kolawole Oroluwa, a rehabilitated intravenous drug user from Nigeria and a youth advocate, about drug users don’t think about HIV infection. Video Rating: 0 / 5

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ONN HIV Black Women

New York, NY – Even with treatment advances, an HIV diagnosis can be devastating news — as many Americans still consider it a death sentence. People who are in the health and social services professions are not immune from being paralyzed. “I just felt so much shame so much guilt” say Roxanne who did not […]

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Nigeria’s 5th National Conference on HIV/AIDS

past workshop attendee gives account of training with MEASURE Evaluation Video Rating: 0 / 5

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HIV AIDS Prevalence, Higher rates due to Cultural Habits in Cameroon

Article by Karlhans Che HIV Aids prevalence stands at 5.1% as of 2008 in a population of about 18 million inhabitants. Over half a million people walk the streets carrying the HIV virus and with the coming of anti-retro viral drugs for HIV treatment, most people have successfully slowed down viral replication and disease progression. […]

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Why HIV/AIDS is Still a Crisis

Christopher Coleman, the Fagin Term Associate Professor of Nursing and Multi-Cultural Diversity in Penn’s School of Nursing, and associate professor of nursing in psychiatry in the Perelman School of Medicine, discusses the early days of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, advancements in treatment and public awareness, and current concerns about the disease, more than three decades after […]

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HIV curative strategies are expected to be fine tuned

Article by CHITS HIV curative strategies are expected to be fine tuned For HIV cure, a one stop portal which was in demand for long will be fulfilled by global symposiums like the International Symposium on HIV and Infectious Diseases (ISHEID). The meets are aimed at bringing together professionals from the world over on a […]

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