‘Entrepreneurial capitalism takes more people out of poverty than aid, of course’
‘Bush and conservative American politicians pledge tens of billions to save the lives of Africans with HIV. Think of all the love’
Tennessee co-chairman: ‘Most people realize that AIDS came from the homosexual community’
President Bush deserves praise for his leadership in the fight against AIDS and malaria.
‘You take money from poor people in this country and you end up giving it to rich people in poorer countries’
Formula could possibly help treat other diseases such as Hepatitis C
The use of anti-AIDS drugs were shown to reduce transmission between couples by 96%
The identical baby boys received a tainted blood transfusion, but have reacted differently to the virus
It is the nation’s first documented case of HIV transmission via a transplant since a sensitive test for the virus was implemented in 1985
The pop sensation appeared on ‘GMA’ in a a flesh-colored, latex condom-inspired outfit
Why cutting our foreign aid budget would be a huge mistake.
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Florida drops treatment for uninsured HIV patients - Sun Sentinel
The cutbacks are hitting hard in South Florida, where the rate of new HIV infections per capita is the highest in the nation
Obama heckled in Boston - TheDC
President Obama can’t escape protests, even by Massachusetts liberals
Wife’s lawsuit accuses baseball great Roberto Alomar of endangering her with HIV infection
The president’s policies aren’t working. Even worse, they’re leading us towards socialism.
U.N. authority warned Friday the prevalence of HIV in prisons due to use of non-sterile equipment, sexual contacts, and sharing of objects among too many prisoners
White House AIDS plan under fire - Washington Times
Critics say the Obama administration’s approach to combating the disease doesn’t match the Bush administration’s efforts
Eighteen months into the Obama Administration, there is precious little to praise. Africa is fighting the same enemies we fear in the United States.
Scientists discover antibody which can kill 91% of HIV strains and present hope for a new drug treatment