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A single, red colored H9-T cell infected by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV.)

Scientists made a huge leap towards eliminating HIV after an 8-year drug study found ‘effectively zero’ risk of transmitting the virus

After surveying 782 couples, scientists said: "The risk of HIV transmission through anal sex when HIV viral load is suppressed is effectively zero."
Vampire facials involve extracting a person's blood.

2 people contracted HIV after getting ‘vampire facials’ where your blood is injected into your face. Here’s what to know about the p...

2 people contracted HIV after getting "vampire facial" treatments at a spa, causing people to question the safety of the anti-aging treatment.
Bone marrow transplants can be used to treat a wide range of different diseases.

The treatment that cured 2 men of HIV may also help with a remarkable array of more than 70 deadly diseases

Bone marrow transplants have potential in more than 70 diseases, including many cancers, but the procedure also has important limits.

Parliament: 9 questions on HIV Registry data leak addressed by Singapore’s Health Minister Gan Kim Yong

"Relationships can be disrupted; lives can be changed. We had to exercise care and judgment in making our decision, and the well-being of the affected persons weighed heavily in our considerations," Mr Gan said.
President Donald Trump has called for ending the HIV epidemic. Here's where the disease is most prevalent in the US.

Trump just promised to end the HIV epidemic. This map shows the areas of the US that are home to the most people living with the disease.

Trump said his plan is to send healthcare resources to areas of the US where HIV is most prevalent, to treat people and stop its spread.

Who are the duo at the centre of Singapore’s HIV Registry leak?

Investigations later revealed that his various educational certificates, including one from the University of Paris, were forged.

US citizen leaks data on thousands in Singapore with HIV, government says

His partner previously had access to the HIV registry for his work.
Events like World AIDS Day, which falls on December 1 every year, help to promote awareness and research about the disease.

6 common myths about HIV you should stop believing now

Currently, 1.1 million people in the United States live with human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV. Here's what you should know about the disease.
Certain health screenings are recommended for young people.

7 health tests all people in their 20s need to get

Some health tests are recommended for people in their 20s, including those that check for high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and cervical cancer.