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China wonders if US paid compensation for AIDS, Twitter wonders if the propaganda machine is running low on cash

China wonders if US paid compensation for AIDS, Twitter wonders if the propaganda machine is running low on cash

The novel coronavirus outbreak that began in China's Wuhan, has now spread to 185 countries and affected more than 2.5 million people glo...Read More

Poster-making contest on 100th year of Red Cross

Poster-making contest on 100th year of Red Cross

The programme aimed to expand the grip of Redcross movement in the society and join different sections of the society with the movement.

89.05 % get HIV due to unsafe sex, says Madhya Pradesh State AIDS Control Society report

89.05 % get HIV due to unsafe sex, says Madhya Pradesh State AIDS Control Society report

5.29 percent children got it from parents, 4.60 patients got by infected syringe.

Wound healing in mucous tissues may prevent AIDS

Wound healing in mucous tissues may prevent AIDS

Washington: Wound healing events in mucous tissues during early infection by Simian Immunodeficiency Virus, or SIV, guard some primate sp...Read More

India calls for expanding antiretroviral therapy coverage to combat HIV/AIDS

India calls for expanding antiretroviral therapy coverage to combat HIV/AIDS

India, an important player in the global fight against AIDS, has called for focusing on efforts to invigorate research for improving diag...Read More

India reduced TB deaths in HIV people

India reduced TB deaths in HIV people

United Nations: India achieved an 84 per cent reduction in tuberculosis deaths among people living with HIV by 2017, the highest recorded...Read More

2nd patient ‘free’ of HIV, Clear indication that AIDS can be treated

2nd patient ‘free’ of HIV, Clear indication that AIDS can be treated

Paris: A second person has been cured of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS and affects close to 37 million people worldwide. It was a decad...Read More

Indore: Endangered two-headed snake seized, one arrested

Indore: Endangered two-headed snake seized, one arrested

Indore: A rare two-headed red sand boa snake, protected under Wildlife Protection Act, was recovered from a smuggler in Sukhliya on Wedne...Read More

120,000 Indian kids aged 0-19 were living with HIV in 2017: Report

120,000 Indian kids aged 0-19 were living with HIV in 2017: Report

United Nations: An estimated 120,000 children and adolescents aged 0-19 were living with HIV in India in 2017, the highest number in Sout...Read More

13 Years of ‘My Brother Nikhil’: Juhi Chawla walks down memory lane

13 Years of ‘My Brother Nikhil’: Juhi Chawla walks down memory lane

Mumbai: It’s been 13 years since the launch of ‘My Brother Nikhil’, and Bollywood veteran Juhi Chawla said that she was grateful to star ...Read More

Government implements HIV/ AIDS Act 2017: Here are 6 things you should know

Government implements HIV/ AIDS Act 2017: Here are 6 things you should know

A crucial legislation for ensuring equal rights to persons affected by HIV and AIDS in getting treatment, admission in educational instit...Read More

Maharashtra witnesses 24 percent rise in HIV deaths, reveals health ministry data

Maharashtra witnesses 24 percent rise in HIV deaths, reveals health ministry data

Mumbai: According to data from the central health ministry, the number of deaths due to Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) in Maharashtra...Read More

China approves first home made anti-HIV drug

China approves first home made anti-HIV drug

Beijing: China has approved the first domestically developed, long-acting injectable HIV drug Albuvirtide which could be a boon to tens o...Read More

Maharashtra government ropes in NACO to draw up TB eradication policy

Maharashtra government ropes in NACO to draw up TB eradication policy

Mumbai: To curb the rising cases of tuberculosis (TB) in the country, the Union government has roped in the National Aids Control Organiz...Read More

Crisis sparked by sex abuse grips UNAIDS chief

Crisis sparked by sex abuse grips UNAIDS chief

Geneva: It started with sexual assault allegations against a male UNAIDS executive and a heavily-criticised internal investigation that e...Read More

Indore: Rally, skit mark St Raphael’s awareness campaign

Indore: Rally, skit mark St Raphael’s awareness campaign

Indore: Students of St Raphael’s Higher Secondary School from class X section C organised a special assembly in school to express their s...Read More

Indore: Breaking the taboo: Victims need love and support, not rejection and fear

Indore: Breaking the taboo: Victims need love and support, not rejection and fear

Indore: Breaking myths and sharing causes of AIDS to commemorate World Aids Day, students of Paul Institute of Professional Studies stage...Read More

Awareness is the key to preventing AIDS: TV frat

Awareness is the key to preventing AIDS: TV frat

As we observe World AIDS Day today, our telly actors talk about how it’s important to help spread awareness about the disease.

Indore: Despite efforts unsafe sex still a hurdle in AIDS control

Indore: Despite efforts unsafe sex still a hurdle in AIDS control

Indore: Despite various awareness campaigns being run time to time by the government to control prevalence of AIDS in state, unsafe sex r...Read More

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Bhopal: Incidence of AIDS declines by 24 % in MP: GoI report

Bhopal: Gwalior, Mandsaur, Neemuch and Ratlam are among the most AIDS affected districts of the State; however, the good news is that rat...Read More

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