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05/16/2013 Harper Government supports innovation in the fight against tuberculosis, malaria and HIV/AIDS
Canada will continue to be a leader in the fight against three of the world's most devastating diseases: tuberculosis, malaria and HIV/AIDS.
Young people living with HIV are having sex, and it’s their right. That’s just one of the messages included in a new booklet being launched today by Positive Youth Outreach, a program of ACT.
CBC Radio follows Marco Posadas from ACT, who provides professional counselling services to gay and bi men inside Toronto bathhouses.
In the latest of a string of major setbacks in the search for an HIV vaccine, researchers have shuttered a trial after the experimental vaccine failed to both prevent HIV transmission and to reduce viral load in those who contracted the virus, the Los Angeles Times reports
Convincing evidence of benefits from identifying and treating HIV infection before symptoms appear, panel says.
The AIDS Committee of Toronto's Totally outRIGHT initiative is taking applications for its May 2013 workshops that will bring together a group of young gay, bi and trans guys for four Saturdays of leadership training and sex education.
P.E.I. is the first province to offer the human papilloma virus vaccination program to boys.
A new B.C.-led study says the early use of a special drug program to combat HIV can help reduce the death rate from the disease, and the program should be rolled out across Canada. It found that the death rate among patients decreases along with the rate of HIV transmission when the drug mix is prescribed early.