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HIV

  • More testing is now needed to determine if the immune response produced can prevent HIV infection in people.

    An HIV vaccine that has the potential to protect people around the world from the virus has shown promising results.

  • According to her, she decided to be honest about her status when a gentleman proposed to her and he agreed to marry her despite her status.

    It’s a scary thing when people despise you for any type of weakness. It is even more disheartening when it is because you are sick and worse still when infected with a virus that does not have a cure.
    Two beautiful ladies have dared the world to bring it on. They have sworn to fight against stigmatisation against People Living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHAs) and help others have hope and live normal lives.

  • Doctors found a donor with a gene mutation that confers natural resistance to HIV. About 1 percent of people descended from northern Europeans have inherited the mutation from both parents and are immune to most HIV.

    A London man appears to be free of the AIDS virus after a stem cell transplant, the second success including the "Berlin patient," doctors reported.

  • It is regrettable that Ghana who was tipped as far back as 2012 to be the first country on the African continent to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV/AIDS has not as yet succeeded.

    THE First Lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo, yesterday lamented the fact that an estimated 3,400 new HIV infections among children under 14 years, has been recorded across the country in 2017.

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