HIV AIDS Stigma and education

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How well do CD4 counts recover after starting treatment?

A new analysis tracks the improvement in people’s CD4 counts after starting HIV treatment. The CD4 count is a key measure of the strength of the immune system. The study shows that people who are able to start treatment with a relatively high CD4 count have better results […]

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UNAIDS: 21 MILLION HIV POSITIVE PEOPLE RECEIVING TREATMENT IN THE WORLD

Lauren Isaacs | 11/20/2017 CAPE TOWN – The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and Aids (UNAIDS) says nearly 21 million people living with HIV are now receiving treatment in the world. On Monday, UNAIDS launched a new report in Khayelitsha which shows access to treatment has risen significantly over […]

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U=U

Source: https://www.preventionaccess.org/undetectable U=U is a simple but hugely important campaign based on a solid foundation of scientific evidence. It has already been successful in influencing public opinion, causing more people with HIV (and their friends and families) to comprehend that they can live long, healthy lives, have children, […]

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Positive Champions Speakers Bureau, more than just a name.

National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day – NGMHAAD – was September 27, three months to the day after National HIV Testing Day, and hard on the heels of July’s landmark International AIDS Conference (IAC) in Washington, D.C. The Positive Champions Speakers Bureau considers each and every day […]

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