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'Hiv' - 529 News Result(s)

  • Time For India To Turn The Spotlight On Adolescent Health

    Time For India To Turn The Spotlight On Adolescent Health

    In the list of health priorities, adolescent health lags far behind maternal and child health in India. It’s a dangerous oversight given that India is home to the largest number of adolescents in the world. An estimated 253 million adolescents live in India, and one in every fifth adolescent in the world is Indian. There is enough evidence to sho...

  • Doctors In Andhra Pradesh Go The Extra Mile To Keep Sex Trafficked Women On HIV Treatment

    Doctors In Andhra Pradesh Go The Extra Mile To Keep Sex Trafficked Women On HIV Treatment

    Kadiri: Every day the medics quietly enter villages around Kadiri town in the Andhra Pradesh and do their rounds. They stop at village squares to say the occasional hello, before slipping into the cramped two-room homes and closing the door behind them. Behind these closed doors are their “priority patients” – mostly women who have been traff...

  • Piaggio Vespa RED: All You Need To Know

    Piaggio Vespa RED: All You Need To Know

    Piaggio Vespa is all set to launch the Vespa RED in India. The idea is to promote awareness against HIV AIDS with the money generated from the sales of Piaggio Vespa RED.

  • Piaggio To Launch Vespa RED Scooter In India

    Piaggio To Launch Vespa RED Scooter In India

    Piaggio India is launching the Vespa RED in collaboration with (RED), an organisation that seeks to engage businesses and people to create awareness about HIV/AIDS. Every sale of the Vespa RED will generate money to finance Global Fund grants that support the fight to end AIDS in India.

  • Drinking At Least Three Cups of Coffee Every Day May Keep HIV Death Risk at Bay: Study

    Drinking At Least Three Cups of Coffee Every Day May Keep HIV Death Risk at Bay: Study

    According to the research published in the Journal of Hepatology, drinking at least three cups of coffee and not smoking daily may half the risk of mortality in patients infected by both human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV).

  • In Newly Surfaced Howard Stern Interview, Trump Joked About Giving Princess Diana An HIV Test

    In Newly Surfaced Howard Stern Interview, Trump Joked About Giving Princess Diana An HIV Test

    On Monday, newly surfaced transcripts and audio of radio host Howard Stern's interviews with Donald Trump presented a fuller picture of their many conversations on Stern's talk show before Trump's political aspirations turned serious. The shock jock and the future president's banter was filled with raunchy talk about celebrities, their sex lives - ...

  • 9-Year-Old Being Treated For Cancer Tests HIV Positive After Transfusion

    9-Year-Old Being Treated For Cancer Tests HIV Positive After Transfusion

    A nine-year-old girl with leukemia has endured many rounds of chemotherapy at a centre in Thiruvananthapuram. Recently, her parents learnt that a blood transfusion left her HIV positive. They are yet to break the heart-breaking news to her.

  • In Kerala, 9-Year-Old Cancer Patient Found HIV+ After Blood Transfusion

    In Kerala, 9-Year-Old Cancer Patient Found HIV+ After Blood Transfusion

    A 9-year-old girl suffering from blood cancer has tested positive for HIV allegedly after getting a transfusion of infected blood, the police said today.

  • Pregnant Woman With HIV Mistreated In Madhya Pradesh, NHRC Issues Notice

    New Delhi: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Thursday issued notice to the Madhya Pradesh government for allegedly treating an HIV-positive pregnant woman in an inhumanly manner that led to the death of her newborn twins. “The commission has issued a notice to the Chief Secretary, Government of Madhya Pradesh, calling for a detailed ...

  • HIV Positive Woman Allegedly Refused Treatment By Madhya Pradesh Hospital

    HIV Positive Woman Allegedly Refused Treatment By Madhya Pradesh Hospital

    An HIV positive pregnant woman was denied treatment by doctors of the district hospital in Madhya Pradesh's Tikamgarh which led to the death of their newborn twins, her husband has alleged. Hospital officials, however, have termed the charge as baseless.

  • IIM Ahmedabad To Launch Marriage Portal For People Living With HIV

    IIM Ahmedabad To Launch Marriage Portal For People Living With HIV

    A team of researchers led by faculty of Centre for Management of Health Services (CMHS) at Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Ahmedabad have been working on a project with GSNP.

  • Blog: How Cervical Cancer, Most Common in India, Can Be Prevented

    Blog: How Cervical Cancer, Most Common in India, Can Be Prevented

    Cervical cancer or cancer of the cervix, the lowermost part of the uterus, is the most common form of cancer in Indian women, especially rural women. Despite this, the awareness about it is very low. Being a gynaecologist, I come across several such cases regularly. Last year, a 28-year-old woman was wheeled into the emergency with an advanced ...

  • New HIV Vaccine Shows Promise In Human Trials

    New HIV Vaccine Shows Promise In Human Trials

    An experimental HIV vaccine was well-tolerated and generated immune responses against the deadly virus in healthy human adults, scientists say.

  • Three-Decade-Old Quest For AIDS Vaccine Passes Early Test

    Three-Decade-Old Quest For AIDS Vaccine Passes Early Test

    The three-decade-old quest for an AIDS vaccine received a shot of hope Monday when developers announced that a prototype triggered the immune system in an early phase of human trials

  • Headway On AIDS Threatened By Funding Slowdown

    Headway On AIDS Threatened By Funding Slowdown

    Progress in beating back the AIDS epidemic risks being eroded by a funding shortfall set to grow under Donald Trump's proposed cuts to global health projects, experts and campaigners warned ahead of a major HIV conference.

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'Hiv' - 529 News Result(s)

  • Time For India To Turn The Spotlight On Adolescent Health

    Time For India To Turn The Spotlight On Adolescent Health

    In the list of health priorities, adolescent health lags far behind maternal and child health in India. It’s a dangerous oversight given that India is home to the largest number of adolescents in the world. An estimated 253 million adolescents live in India, and one in every fifth adolescent in the world is Indian. There is enough evidence to sho...

  • Doctors In Andhra Pradesh Go The Extra Mile To Keep Sex Trafficked Women On HIV Treatment

    Doctors In Andhra Pradesh Go The Extra Mile To Keep Sex Trafficked Women On HIV Treatment

    Kadiri: Every day the medics quietly enter villages around Kadiri town in the Andhra Pradesh and do their rounds. They stop at village squares to say the occasional hello, before slipping into the cramped two-room homes and closing the door behind them. Behind these closed doors are their “priority patients” – mostly women who have been traff...

  • Piaggio Vespa RED: All You Need To Know

    Piaggio Vespa RED: All You Need To Know

    Piaggio Vespa is all set to launch the Vespa RED in India. The idea is to promote awareness against HIV AIDS with the money generated from the sales of Piaggio Vespa RED.

  • Piaggio To Launch Vespa RED Scooter In India

    Piaggio To Launch Vespa RED Scooter In India

    Piaggio India is launching the Vespa RED in collaboration with (RED), an organisation that seeks to engage businesses and people to create awareness about HIV/AIDS. Every sale of the Vespa RED will generate money to finance Global Fund grants that support the fight to end AIDS in India.

  • Drinking At Least Three Cups of Coffee Every Day May Keep HIV Death Risk at Bay: Study

    Drinking At Least Three Cups of Coffee Every Day May Keep HIV Death Risk at Bay: Study

    According to the research published in the Journal of Hepatology, drinking at least three cups of coffee and not smoking daily may half the risk of mortality in patients infected by both human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV).

  • In Newly Surfaced Howard Stern Interview, Trump Joked About Giving Princess Diana An HIV Test

    In Newly Surfaced Howard Stern Interview, Trump Joked About Giving Princess Diana An HIV Test

    On Monday, newly surfaced transcripts and audio of radio host Howard Stern's interviews with Donald Trump presented a fuller picture of their many conversations on Stern's talk show before Trump's political aspirations turned serious. The shock jock and the future president's banter was filled with raunchy talk about celebrities, their sex lives - ...

  • 9-Year-Old Being Treated For Cancer Tests HIV Positive After Transfusion

    9-Year-Old Being Treated For Cancer Tests HIV Positive After Transfusion

    A nine-year-old girl with leukemia has endured many rounds of chemotherapy at a centre in Thiruvananthapuram. Recently, her parents learnt that a blood transfusion left her HIV positive. They are yet to break the heart-breaking news to her.

  • In Kerala, 9-Year-Old Cancer Patient Found HIV+ After Blood Transfusion

    In Kerala, 9-Year-Old Cancer Patient Found HIV+ After Blood Transfusion

    A 9-year-old girl suffering from blood cancer has tested positive for HIV allegedly after getting a transfusion of infected blood, the police said today.

  • Pregnant Woman With HIV Mistreated In Madhya Pradesh, NHRC Issues Notice

    New Delhi: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Thursday issued notice to the Madhya Pradesh government for allegedly treating an HIV-positive pregnant woman in an inhumanly manner that led to the death of her newborn twins. “The commission has issued a notice to the Chief Secretary, Government of Madhya Pradesh, calling for a detailed ...

  • HIV Positive Woman Allegedly Refused Treatment By Madhya Pradesh Hospital

    HIV Positive Woman Allegedly Refused Treatment By Madhya Pradesh Hospital

    An HIV positive pregnant woman was denied treatment by doctors of the district hospital in Madhya Pradesh's Tikamgarh which led to the death of their newborn twins, her husband has alleged. Hospital officials, however, have termed the charge as baseless.

  • IIM Ahmedabad To Launch Marriage Portal For People Living With HIV

    IIM Ahmedabad To Launch Marriage Portal For People Living With HIV

    A team of researchers led by faculty of Centre for Management of Health Services (CMHS) at Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Ahmedabad have been working on a project with GSNP.

  • Blog: How Cervical Cancer, Most Common in India, Can Be Prevented

    Blog: How Cervical Cancer, Most Common in India, Can Be Prevented

    Cervical cancer or cancer of the cervix, the lowermost part of the uterus, is the most common form of cancer in Indian women, especially rural women. Despite this, the awareness about it is very low. Being a gynaecologist, I come across several such cases regularly. Last year, a 28-year-old woman was wheeled into the emergency with an advanced ...

  • New HIV Vaccine Shows Promise In Human Trials

    New HIV Vaccine Shows Promise In Human Trials

    An experimental HIV vaccine was well-tolerated and generated immune responses against the deadly virus in healthy human adults, scientists say.

  • Three-Decade-Old Quest For AIDS Vaccine Passes Early Test

    Three-Decade-Old Quest For AIDS Vaccine Passes Early Test

    The three-decade-old quest for an AIDS vaccine received a shot of hope Monday when developers announced that a prototype triggered the immune system in an early phase of human trials

  • Headway On AIDS Threatened By Funding Slowdown

    Headway On AIDS Threatened By Funding Slowdown

    Progress in beating back the AIDS epidemic risks being eroded by a funding shortfall set to grow under Donald Trump's proposed cuts to global health projects, experts and campaigners warned ahead of a major HIV conference.

  • France Lifts Ban On Embalming HIV Deceased

    France Lifts Ban On Embalming HIV Deceased

    France on Thursday lifted a ban on embalming the bodies of HIV-positive people, ending three decades of discrimination in death against people infected with the AIDS virus.

  • Amid Turning Tide, AIDS Claimed 1 Mln Lives In 2016: UN

    Amid Turning Tide, AIDS Claimed 1 Mln Lives In 2016: UN

    AIDS claimed a million lives in 2016, almost half the 2005 toll that marked the peak of the deadly epidemic, said a UN report Thursday proclaiming "the scales have tipped".

  • Antibiotic Resistance Making Gonorrhoea Treatment Harder: WHO

    Antibiotic Resistance Making Gonorrhoea Treatment Harder: WHO

  • Mizoram’s Novel Scheme For HIV Affected

    Mizoram’s Novel Scheme For HIV Affected

    Aizawl: The Mizoram Health Minister Lal Thanzara on Thursday launched the ‘Test and Treat Strategy’ of the Mizoram state AIDS Control Society (MSACS) to improve treatment for HIV affected people in the state. Under the ‘Test and Treat Strategy’, the HIV affected people would be given free Anti Retrovira Therapy (ART) irrespective of the CD4...

  • Six Experts Resign From Donald Trump HIV/AIDS Panel

    Six Experts Resign From Donald Trump HIV/AIDS Panel

    Six top health advisors have resigned from Donald Trump's advisory council on HIV/AIDS, complaining that the US president doesn't really care about combating the illness.

  • 'Freak': Meet Cuba's Last Self-Infected HIV Punk Rebel

    'Freak': Meet Cuba's Last Self-Infected HIV Punk Rebel

    Like many young punks, Gerson Govea saw himself as a misfit. He is considered the last of the most hardcore members of the "frikis," or "freaks," as Cuba's unique breed of hippy-punk dropouts is known. They usually infect themselves with AIDS in order to get into the relative safety and comfort of a state AIDS clinic.

  • 10-Year Lifespan Gain For Some HIV Patients: Study

    10-Year Lifespan Gain For Some HIV Patients: Study

    The life expectancy of HIV-infected people in Europe and the United States has been boosted by a decade since anti-AIDS drugs became available in the mid-1990s, researchers said Thursday.

  • HIV Positive Rape Survivor Can't Terminate Pregnancy Due To Risk: Supreme Court

    HIV Positive Rape Survivor Can't Terminate Pregnancy Due To Risk: Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court today said that an HIV-positive woman, who was raped on the streets of Patna and is 26 weeks pregnant, cannot abort the foetus as a medical report has suggested it would be risky for both.

  • Supreme Court Asks States To Include HIV+ Children In 'Disadvantaged Group'

    Supreme Court Asks States To Include HIV+ Children In 'Disadvantaged Group'

    The Supreme Court today asked the state governments to issue a notification to include children affected with HIV in disadvantaged group for imparting free, compulsory education under the 2009 law.

  • New Law To End Denial, Loss Of Jobs To HIV Positive People

    New Law To End Denial, Loss Of Jobs To HIV Positive People

    People won't be denied or terminated from jobs if they suffer from HIV/AIDS, as per a new law. Besides, those found propagating hatred against people suffering from such diseases will be punished with imprisonment of not less than three months and which can be extended to two years, with a fine of up to Rs 1 lakh.

  • HIV/AIDS Bill Passed in Lok Sabha: 8 Rights The New Bill Grants

    HIV/AIDS Bill Passed in Lok Sabha: 8 Rights The New Bill Grants

    The Human Immunodeficiency Virus(HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) (Prevention and Control) Bill, 2017 has finally been passed in the Lok Sabha on 12th April, 2017.

  • In a Major Breakthrough, Researchers Make Cells Resistant to HIV

    In a Major Breakthrough, Researchers Make Cells Resistant to HIV

    In a path-breaking experiment, scientists at theThe Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) in the United States have discovered a way to make cells resistant to the HIV virus.

  • Protein Discovered May Help Prevent HIV and Cancer

    Protein Discovered May Help Prevent HIV and Cancer

    A new study conducted by researchers at theBoston University School of Medicine (BUSM), deepens the understanding of how vaccines modulate immune responses.

  • HIV and AIDS Bill Passed: 5 Things You Should Know About The Disease

    HIV and AIDS Bill Passed: 5 Things You Should Know About The Disease

    While the government is taking adequate steps to safeguard the rights of HIV and AIDS patients, the National Family Health Survey 2015-16 (NFHS-4) shows that men have more knowledge about the disease than women.

  • The Deadly HIV May Be Spotted in the Brain Using MRI Scans

    The Deadly HIV May Be Spotted in the Brain Using MRI Scans

    According to researchers at University College London, tracking the changes to the brain's white matter using MRI scans can help spot the deadly virus.

'Hiv' - 219 Video Result(s)

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