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Amharic film with English captions: HIV in the Human Body (a Global Dialogues film)

A video in Amharic language with English subtitles. This short cartoon presents in simple terms how HIV can enter the human body, what HIV / AIDS does in the… Video Rating: 0 / 5

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Live This Sunday: TUBERCULOSIS and HIV: Protecting the Vulnerable

Archbishop Desmond Tutu and UN Envoy for Tuberculosis Jorge Sampaio call for support in the fight against tuberculosis and HIV. Tune in at StopTB.org on 22 July, 12:00 noon at the Newseum in Washington DC. The talk show, hosted by Jeanne Meserve (former CNN reporter) and Gerry Elsdon (a South African TV personality who suffered […]

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Phumza Koti explains the window period

After an HIV infection, there is a period of time during which the virus is in the blood but initial HIV tests cannot detect it. This is called the ‘window period’. Video Rating: 0 / 5

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AIDS Infections

In this series from the CFAR National Symposium on HIV/AIDS Prevention & Transmission 2007, you will hear from experts from universities throughout the US and from South Africa, updating us on their latest research and findings. Join Ethel Cesarman, MD, PhD, Cornell University as she presents on Viral Lymphomas & Kaposi’s Sarcoma in AIDS. Series: […]

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World AIDS Day 2010 – Universal Access

Millions of people across the world are vulnerable to HIV infection through lack of effective prevention and millions of people living with HIV do not have access to treatment and care. Watch our video explaining why universal access to HIV prevention, treatment and care is the key to ending the global AIDS epidemic. Includes single […]

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AIDS sufferers in Russia | Global 3000

The HIV infection rate in Russia is one of the highest in the world,but the authorities suppress the problem. One reason is that three quarters of those infected are drug addicts and they are ostracized by society.The Global AIDS Fund and other foreign organizations are already considering leaving the country.

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Everybodys Positive

The tests used for the diagnosis of “HIV infection” are highly inaccurate Roberto A. Giraldo MD Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Candidiasis Yeast Infection Solutions, Symptoms and Signs Part 2

www.balancedhealthtoday.com www.balancedhealthtoday.com www.balancedhealthtoday.com • If Candida gets into the bloodstream, the person may become sick with or without fever. If the infection spreads to the brain, they may have acute changes in mental function or behavior. When to call the doctor For healthy children and adults, if a medication is tried and fails, or symptoms […]

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amfAR HIV/AIDS pandemic

A film project I shot for the American Foundation For AIDS Research (amfAR). Produced and directed for amfAR by Louis V. Galdieri Shot on Sat 26-05-2007 – Parag Sankhe www.paragsankhe.com This short film explains why amfAR’s new initiative is so important. Produced and directed for amfAR by Louis V. Galdieri in association with Films for […]

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Tackling the spread of HIV in South Africa (UCL)

There are more cases of HIV infection in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa than in Botswana and Uganda combined. Led Professor Marie-Louise Newell (UCL Institute of Child Health), the Africa Centre for Health & Population Studies in KwaZulu-Natal not only treats those in the area with HIV but also gives testing and studies the spread of the […]

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