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How An HIV+ Man Rewrote His Destiny

Imphal: He restrained himself at his home, unable to see daylight for almost three years. But today, fighting what appeared to be insurmountable odds, K...

Doctors In Andhra Pradesh Go The Extra Mile To Keep Sex...

Kadiri: Every day the medics quietly enter villages around Kadiri town in the Andhra Pradesh and do their rounds. They stop at village squares to...

Time For India To Turn The Spotlight On Adolescent Health

In the list of health priorities, adolescent health lags far behind maternal and child health in India. It’s a dangerous oversight given that India...

Sex Workers In Kolkata’s Sonagachi Hit By GST On Sanitary Pads

Kolkata: The 12 per cent GST on sanitary napkins imposed under the new tax regime has put sex workers of Sonagachi, Asia's largest red...

Mizoram’s Novel Scheme For HIV Affected

Aizawl: The Mizoram Health Minister Lal Thanzara on Thursday launched the 'Test and Treat Strategy' of the Mizoram state AIDS Control Society (MSACS) to...

India Can Order Free Condoms For Home Delivery Now

New Delhi: To try and reduce new cases of HIV/AIDS in India, a global charity has launched a free condom store in the country....

UN Agency Urges People To ‘Make Noise’ Against AIDS Discrimination

United Nations: The Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) on Wednesday marked Zero Discrimination Day with a "Make Some Noise" campaign, urging people to...

Gay Prince On Front Line Of India’s War Against AIDS

New Delhi: From setting up his own charity to hanging condoms on trees, Manvendra Singh Gohil has dedicated himself to fighting the scourge of...

Blocking Protein May Up Ability To Fight HIV: Study

Los Angeles: Scientists have discovered that blocking a protein which activates the body's immune response may actually help better combat HIV. This is the first...

World AIDS Day: New Potent Vaccine May Spell End For HIV

Washington: The largest and most advanced HIV vaccine trial has been launched in South Africa to test the safety of a new experimental regimen...