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2014-12-01 HIV evolving 'into milder form' Oxford, England
2. 2014-09-27 Doctor treats Ebola with HIV drug in Liberia Tubmanburg, Liberia
D. 2014-07-20 US HIV infection rate drops a third USA
4. 2014-07-10 HIV re-emerges in 'cured' US girl Mississippi
F. 2014-03-05 Second US HIV-positive baby 'cured' California
G. 2013-03-14 SA concern over girls' high HIV rate South Africa
H. 2013-03-03 HIV baby 'cured' by treatment Mississippi
I. 2012-10-05 Canada eases HIV disclosure law Canada

U.N.: New HIV infections decreasing Obama to lift HIV entry ban soon HIV/Aids trial offer vaccine hope  An experimental HIV vaccine has cut the risk of infection by a third in a major trial by the Thai government and US military Scientists find new strain of HIV  Researchers have discovered an HIV infection in a Cameroonian woman which is clearly linked to a gorilla strain Alarming Africa male gay HIV rate  HIV rates among gay men in some African countries are 10 times higher than among the general male population China fights HIV/AIDS among prostitutes HIV in South Africa 'levels off' AIDS, cancer scientists scoop Nobel HIV rates among drug users rising
HIV evolving 'into milder form' Map of Oxford United Kingdom  HIV is evolving to become less deadly and less infectious, according to a major scientific study   Doctor treats Ebola with HIV drug in Liberia   Dr. Gobee Logan has given the drug, lamivudine, to 15 Ebola patients, and all but two survived. That's a 7% mortality rate US HIV infection rate drops a third  The rate of HIV infections diagnosed in the United States has fallen by a third over the past decade, researchers say HIV re-emerges in 'cured' US girl  A baby girl in the US born with HIV and believed cured after very early treatment has now been found to still harbour the virus Second US HIV-positive baby 'cured'  US researchers have revealed another baby carrying the HIV virus, which leads to Aids, may have been cured through early treatment SA concern over girls' high HIV rate  At least 28% of South African schoolgirls are HIV positive compared with 4% of boys because 'sugar daddies are exploiting them, Health Minister... HIV baby 'cured' by treatment  A baby girl in the US born with HIV appears to have been cured after very early treatment with standard drug therapy, researchers say Canada eases HIV disclosure law  Canada's Supreme Court has said people with a low HIV viral load and who use condoms need not reveal their condition to a sexual partner Rare adult immune disease in Asia  Researchers have identified a new disease among people in Asia that causes AIDS-like symptoms but is not associated with HIV US approves HIV-prevention drug  US health regulators have for the first time approved a drug to prevent HIV infection Drugs 'help reduce' HIV transmission  An HIV-positive person who takes anti-retroviral drugs after diagnosis can cut the risk of spreading the virus by 96% Gel cuts HIV transmission rate in study China lifts ban on foreigners with HIV


year 2014 Top ^

Dec.1   England  
Sep.27   Liberia
Jul.20   USA  
Jul.10   Mississippi
Mar.5   California  


year 2013 Top ^

Mar.14   South Africa  
Mar.3   Mississippi


year 2012 Top ^

Oct.5   Canada
Aug.23   Thailand  
Jul.16   USA


year 2011 Top ^

May.12   USA


year 2010 Top ^

Jul.19   Austria
Apr.27   Beijing
  The government has lifted a rule that banned foreigners with HIV and AIDs, STD and leprosy from entering the country


year 2009 Top ^

Nov.24   UN
Oct.30   Washington
Sep.23   Thailand
Aug.2   Paris  
Jul.19   Central Africa
Jun.21   China
Jun.9   South Africa


year 2008 Top ^

Oct.6   France
Sep.23   Global
  British medical journal The Lancet: The rate of HIV infection among injecting drug users appears to be rising

Aug.2   USA
  US health officials: 56,000 people had become infected with the virus that causes Aids in 2006
Jul.29   Global Progress made in HIV prevention
  UNAids: There have been significant gains in preventing new infections in a number of heavily-affected countries
Jan.18   Dubai Dubai rape teen negative for HIV
  A French boy who was kidnapped and raped in Dubai by 2 men, one of whom was HIV-positive, has tested negative for HIV and hepatitis


year 2007 Top ^

Dec.12   Dubai Dubai court jails boy's HIV rapist
  The court sentenced two men to 15 years in prison for the rape and kidnapping of a 15-year-old French boy
Nov.30   U.S. Congress   Global effort on World Aids Day
  Bush has urged the Congress to authorise the doubling of financial aid to combat HIV to $30bn over the next five years
Nov.20   UN HIV estimates reduced to 33m
  The UN has reduced its estimates of how many people are infected with HIV in 2007 from nearly 40m to 33m
Nov.1   Central Africa 'Dual epidemic' threatens Africa
  A rising number of infections with HIV and tuberculosis has created a co-epidemic spreading throughout sub-Saharan Africa
Sep.21   USA Merck abandons HIV vaccine trials
  International drug company has halted trials on an HIV vaccine that was regarded as one of the most promising in the fight against AIDS
Sep.13   Peru Blood banks face HIV crisis
  Dozens of blood banks in Peru have been closed after at least 4 people were infected with the virus through contaminated transfusions
Jul.23   Libya HIV medics released to Bulgaria
  6 Bulgarian medics who were serving life sentences have been freed and are now on a plane to Bulgaria
 The 5 nurses and a Palestinian doctor were convicted of deliberately infecting Libyan children with HIV. The release had been made possible by a deal struck on improving Libya-EU ties
Jul.17   Libya Libya starts handout of HIV funds
  Libya has begun distributing funds under a deal that could free foreign medics condemned to death for infecting them
Apr.13   Australia Howard calls for HIV migrant ban  Prime Minister: Australia should refuse to allow migrants or refugees with HIV to enter the country

year 2006 Top ^

Dec.19   Libya HIV medics condemned to death
  A court convicted 5 Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor of deliberately infecting 400 children with the virus
 The sentence is provoking shouts of approval from the children's relatives. Bulgaria reiterated its belief that the children were infected by unhygienic conditions in their hospital. The defendants have the right to appeal to the Supreme Court. The presiding judge took only 7 minutes to confirm the presence of the accused and read out his verdict and sentence.
Nov.30   Central Africa HIV afflicting workforce
  More than a million jobs are being lost every year, the bulk of them in sub-Saharan Africa
Oct.30   India 2 accused over 'fake' HIV tests
  Two men have appeared in court over the mis-selling of kits which were used to test people for HIV/Aids and hepatitis
Jul.13   USA   3-in-1 HIV pill is licensed in US
  A once-a-day treatment combining 3 drugs in one pill, has been licensed for the first time
Jun.27   Washington   U.S. capital in HIV test initiative
  Health authorities in Washington DC are launching a scheme targeting everyone aged between 14 and 84
Apr.20   Kenya Rally over slaying of boy with HIV Map of Nairobi Kenya
  Several hundred AIDS activists took to the streets of Nairobi to protest the killing of a 15-year-old
Jan.26   Switzerland   Davos: Bono sees Red in AIDS fight
  U2 front man and activist unveiled a new Red brand aimed at combating the spread of HIV and AIDS in Africa


year 2005 Top ^

Dec.25   Libya   'HIV medics' sentence lifted
  Supreme court has overturned death sentences on 6 foreign health workers
Dec.24   Libya   Libya to hear 'HIV medics' appeal  Supreme court is to hear an appeal by 6 foreign health workers facing death sentences Nov.13   Southern China China plans jails for HIV inmates Map of Guangdong China
  Southern Guangdong province announced plans to build 2 separate jails to hold inmates with HIV or AIDS
Jun.7   South Africa Military battles HIV
  Armed forces are battling HIV/AIDS, which affects a quarter of troops, with resources under strain
Mar.3   Southern Africa UN: HIV 'set to infect 90m Africans'
  25 million Africans have HIV. Next two decades could see 89 million new cases

year 2004 Top ^

Nov.23   Southern Africa 60% of adults with HIV are women  In the world women make up nearly half of the 37.2 million adults living with HIV Jan.9   Kenya HIV rates overestimated
  Preliminary findings of a survey show that Kenya may have a lower prevalence rate than previously thought


year 2003 Top ^

Oct.30   Brazil Brazil promotes HIV testing
  The 'Get informed' initiative is aimed at those who are carrying the virus without realising it
Jun.19   England Warning over drug-resistant HIV
  The unregulated supply of AIDS drugs threatens to accelerate the development of drug-resistant HIV strains
Jan.27   Zambia Abuse spreads HIV among girls
  Girls in Zambia are 5 times more likely to be infected than their male counterparts due to widespread sexual abuse


year 2002 Top ^

Jul.5   South Africa Court orders end to HIV drug block
  Highest court ordered the government to stop blocking drug to prevent mother-to-child transmission of the disease
Feb.7   South Africa   Mandela urges 'war' on HIV
  Former South Africa President has said country needs to fight a war against HIV and Aids, as criticism of his successor


year 2001 Top ^

Dec.14   South Africa Pregnant win HIV rights
  Supreme court has ruled the government must extend medical treatment to all pregnant with the HIV virus


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