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The global HIV-AIDS testing market at a CAGR of over 10% during the forecast period

Global HIV-AIDS Testing Market: About this market This HIV-AIDS testing market analysis considers sales from diagnostic laboratories, hospitals, and other end-users. Our analysis also considers the sales of HIV-AIDS testing in Asia, Europe, North America, and ROW. In 2018, the diagnostic laboratories segment had

Pope visits hospital in Mozambique and comforts HIV-AIDS patients

Pope Francis always makes a point of visiting the sick, whether on an Apostolic journey abroad, or back home in Rome. But his visit to the Zimpeto Hospital, outside the Mozambican capital of Maputo, was special. The DREAM Project That is

Between high rates of HIV/AIDS and punitive new trafficking laws, India’s sex workers are struggling to assert their humanity

Gauri Dobe vividly remembers the last day of her childhood. It was a summer afternoon, and she had just finished devouring some mangoes. As she battled her tears, Gauri’s mother urged her to finish packing her clothes. Gauri’s uncle said he

Portland center gets $1.4 million to help Mainers living with HIV/AIDS

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development renewed the Frannie Peabody Center’s grant of $1,406,578 over three years, which will help fund its work of housing and assisting people living with HIV/AIDS. The center has received the grant for the

Scrapping of ‘small house’ clause a plus in Aids fight

Forward Nyanyiwa Correspondent “Ko small house yako inani izvozvi?” (Who is with your small house right now?) was a screaming signature message on a number of billboards erected around the country by the Ministry of Health and Child Care in partnership

How a rural community in KZN is winning the war on Aids

A rural community in Eshowe, KwaZulu-Natal, has got it right. Just a month ago, an HIV/TB project run by Doctors Without Borders in the area showed it was possible to reach the targets for 2020 set by the UN joint agency

The LGBTQ Health Clinic That Faced a Dark Truth About the AIDS Crisis

On an otherwise quiet residential block, with a school on one side and a church on the other, a nightclub once drew crowds from all along the East Coast for some of Washington, D.C.’s most raucous parties. The center of the

Contaminated blood inquiry: Anger after boy, 7, died from Aids

The parents of a young Aids victim have spoken about the abuse the family faced, at a public inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal. Colin Smith, a haemophiliac, died at the age of seven in 1990 after being given infected blood

Liberia: Religious Leaders Vow to Curb HIV and AIDS

Monrovia – As part of efforts to curb the HIV and AIDs virus in the country, a three-day consultation of church leaders and faith actors was held at the Lutheran Church Compound, 13th Street, Sinkor. The event brought together religious leaders,

Group of drug addicts in Punjab village contracts AIDS, Hepatitis after using same needle

At least 8 youngsters in Punjab have contracted AIDS after a group of 16 used the same needle to do substance abuse. This has now revealed 16 such cases of AIDS and Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) caused by usage of the