These days HIV infections is not necessarily a death sentence. Drugs can now keep the virus in check. But can you still live a normal life?
Doctors found that a bone marrow transplant has rid an HIV-positive patient of the virus that causes the deadly AIDS disease. While hailing the results, they cautioned that it is too early to say he has been cured.
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.
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.
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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