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The CDC estimates that 40 percent of the 1.1 million people with HIV are undiagnosed or not receiving medical care for the virus.
This is from a meta-analysis and systematic review of published literature on such risks.
HIV affects women differently than men.
That means Cadbury chocolates, bananas and Pepsi are not contaminated with the virus.
What happens when two people of a different HIV status fall in love?
A county health director stated as much, but after public criticism, she apologized.
We already know that sexual intercourse can spread Zika virus, the mosquito-borne illness linked with serious birth defects.
If you’re HIV positive with an undetectable viral load, can you spread the virus?
CDC guidelines to stop passing on this mosquito-borne illness via sexual contact suggest these tried-and-true prevention methods.
If antiretroviral treatment can stop HIV transmission, why is the virus still spreading?
Are you a mom-to-be with hep C?
Easy ways to prevent pet-related infections
How do couples of different HIV status handle having sex?
At a U.N. side event, the Organization of African First Ladies Against HIV/AIDS announces strategies to fight perinatal HIV and syphilis.
An advocate argues the approach lowers viral transmission and does not encourage drug use.
Frank Beadle de Palomo named CEO for Mothers 2 Mothers, a South African group working to end mother-to-child HIV transmission.
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