Funding cuts to key U.S. programs that support medicine and treatment are coming. And with a booming African population and drug-resistant strains on the rise, the future is grim.
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On World AIDS Day and every other day, AIDS is a worldwide phenomenon.
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Kremlin-backed researchers claimed the HIV epidemic was being worsened by condoms.
After rumors a Sri Lankan boy had AIDS, his classmates stopped showing up to school.
How Barack Obama embraced the fight against AIDS and malaria that George W. Bush began.
A lottery program in Lesotho led to a 21.4 percent reduction in HIV incidence among participants over a two-year period.
How the trials and triumphs of an ancient transgender community could make headway for the slow-moving fight against a blame-the-victim culture in India.