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Singapore saw 275 new cases of HIV this year – and almost 50% were already in the late stage when detected
The majority - 55% - were detected by HIV tests done in the course of medical care.
A new plan to eradicate HIV and AIDS in Singapore by 2030 suggests including HIV testing in regular health screenings
Over 500,000 people in Singapore are at risk of contracting HIV, and the majority are men.
The reaction to Jonathan Van Ness coming out as HIV-positive shows how much the public perception of living with HIV has changed over the years.
AirAsia is selling a red burger created by New York star chef Hong Thaimee to raise money for AIDS prevention
AirAsia's newest food item was created by model-turned-celebrity chef Hong Thaimee.
Inside the Life Ball, the HIV/AIDS charity event filled with supermodels, drag queens and fashion that rivals the Met Gala
The Life Ball, held in Vienna, is one of Europe's largest charity events. It has raised $34 million to fight HIV/AIDS over the past 26 years.
This is over double of the previous projection of 90,000 individuals.
A doctor in Pakistan has been accused of using a contaminated syringe to create an HIV outbreak that has infected 437 children
Police are investigating whether Muzaffar Ghangharo, who has AIDs, knowingly infected his patients.
Scientists may have cured a man of HIV by injecting him with ‘superpower’ cells. Here’s what it means for the future of AIDS treatme...
A second person appears to have been cured of HIV. But the strategy that doctors used in his case is a risky one.
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 Trump outlined a plan to ‘eliminate’ HIV in the US by 2030, and experts say it’s actually possible
HIV/AIDS cases are clustered in 48 counties around the US. Public-health officials want to target those, but first they need money.