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  • In the past decade, post-Soviet countries have seen the rate of HIV infections rise steadily, from 130,000 a year in 2001 to 140,000 in 2011.

    November 30, 2012
    Radio Free Europe
  • Over the last year, something big changed in the fight against AIDS. The world started talking about the beginning of the end of the disease on a global scale.

    November 30, 2012
    Global Post
  • As Elton John’s band played on during the latest International Aids Society conference in July in Washington, President Barack Obama kept his distance, hosting a select political gathering a short distance away in the White House.

    November 29, 2012
    Financial Times
  • Ambitious plans to curtail the spread of AIDS by promoting male circumcision have fallen far short of organizers’ hopes, particularly in Africa.

    November 29, 2012
    Washington Times
  • With this year’s AVAC report—Achieving the End: One Year and Counting—we’re setting the clock on the global drive to end the AIDS epidemic.

    November 27, 2012
    POZ
  • AIDS is alive and well in a new generation of teenagers and young adults, most of them young men, who are having risky sex, often fueled by drugs or alcohol, US officials said Tuesday.

    November 27, 2012
    NBC News
  • The AIDS advocacy group AVAC says 2013 will be a critical year for ending the epidemic. The group has released its annual report that calls for an ambitious pace of funding, implementation and research.

    November 27, 2012
    Voice of America
  • A new report on the global AIDS epidemic shows a more than 50% drop in new HIV infections across 25 countries over the last 10 years.

    November 21, 2012
    Mail & Guardian (South Africa)
  • New infections with HIV have dropped by half in the past decade in 25 poor and middle-income countries, many of them in Africa, the continent hardest hit by AIDS, the United Nations said Tuesday.

    November 20, 2012
    New York Times
  • Risky sexual behaviour is continuing around the globe and even increasing in some countries, threatening to derail efforts to stop or slow transmission of the HIV virus and end the AIDS epidemic, according to an authoritative UN report.

    November 20, 2012
    Guardian

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