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HIV Decline Falls Short of U.S. 5-Year Goal

FRIDAY, May 6, 2016 (HealthDay News) — Although HIV infection and transmission rates in the United States declined over the past five years, they fell short of White House targets, a new study finds. 428 more words

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Blood Brother - Documentary Review

This documentary chronicled the story behind a man and brother who decided to live in India and take care of HIV suffering children in a home. 156 more words

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A patient’s journey through their hepatitis C treatment and care.

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Insight 7: “Motivation is key”
(Treatment Week 4 of 12) 767 more words

HIV organs transplant breakthrough could inspire new donors, leading medic says

Successful organ transplants from donors with HIV to patients with the infection will help reduce shortages, a leading medic has said.

There has been a small number of transplants in the UK from donors with HIV and it is hoped the medical breakthrough will inspire people living with the condition to join the organ donor register. 533 more words

5 Creepy Things You Learn Cleaning Up The Scene Of A Murder

Carolyn Burke   Dale Cillian   Jayce LeBlanc  –  August 05, 2015

Let’s say you die in some spectacular way … and then nobody finds your body for a couple of weeks. 2,317 more words

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Annie Lennox Fighting the AIDS Epidemic One Song at a Time

In case you’re unfamiliar with the amazing Annie Lennox, or simply need to chill for five minutes, watch her “Walking on Broken Glass” music video… 187 more words

Africa's HIV Epidemic: We Need A New Plan.

“Scare Somebody In 4 Words”.

Scrolling through social media, I noticed two trending subjects today. One, was the previously highlighted phrase. The second, was detailing how a… 258 more words

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