An HIV-prevention drug has become more readily available, but doctors warn it’s not a panacea for other sexually transmitted diseases.
US President Donald Trump has announced a plan to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic in America. The drug known as PrEP, which prevents spread of the disease, still faces challenges to widespread adoption around the world.
An HIV-positive man in the UK has been cleared of the AIDS-causing virus after a stem cell transplant. Experts welcome the development, but warn the risky procedure can't help the millions of people infected with HIV.
By 2030 the AIDS epidemic should be overcome – that's the goal of the United Nations. Already today 15 million patients have access to anti-retroviral drugs, which is something to celebrate on this World AIDS Day.
For years, Russia's Urals have been beset by a severe HIV epidemic, with thousands of people of all backgrounds affected. How does the state plan to tackle it? Juri Rescheto traveled to Severouralsk to find out.
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