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'Hiv Tests' - 20 News Result(s)

  • "Considering Making HIV Test Compulsory For Couples": Goa Health Minister

    "Considering Making HIV Test Compulsory For Couples": Goa Health Minister

    Goa Health Minister Vishwajit Rane on Tuesday said that the coastal state's government was mulling making HIV tests mandatory before the registration of marriages.

  • World AIDS Day 2018: 4 Reasons Which Stop People From HIV Testing

    World AIDS Day 2018: 4 Reasons Which Stop People From HIV Testing

    The theme of World AIDS Day 2018 is "Know Your Status", which stresses on the importance of knowing one's HIV status in order to fight against the disease.

  • This World AIDS Day 2018, Know Your Status Through HIV Testing

    This World AIDS Day 2018, Know Your Status Through HIV Testing

    The theme of World AIDS Day this year is "Know your status". HIV testing is important to know your status, for expanding treatment and ensuring that all people with HIV are able to lead a healthy and productive life.

  • 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 - ...

  • Isolated, Shut Out, How This HIV Patient Fought Back

    Isolated, Shut Out, How This HIV Patient Fought Back

    New Delhi: In December 2003, when Chinmay Dharmesh Modi was 9, his parents discovered that they were suffering from AIDS. It was like a bolt from the blue. The situation became turbulent for Chinmay’s family, whereas he was too young to realise the implications of the disease. “My mother had a gynaecological problem, and so her doctor referred ...

  • Prince Harry Takes Instant HIV Test; Results Are Fine

    Prince Harry Takes Instant HIV Test; Results Are Fine

    Britain's Prince Harry has taken a nearly instant HIV test as part of his campaign to raise awareness about the virus.

  • Prince Harry Takes Instant HIV Test; Results Are Fine

    Prince Harry Takes Instant HIV Test; Results Are Fine

    Britain's Prince Harry has taken a nearly instant HIV test as part of his campaign to raise awareness about the virus.

  • HIV Self-Testing Safe and Accurate: Study

    HIV Self-Testing Safe and Accurate: Study

    HIV self-testing (HIVST) that involves training individuals to perform and interpret their own HIV test may prove to be a widely used, safe and accurate method of controlling the epidemic, new research has found.

  • First HIV Self-Testing Kit Goes on Sale in United Kingdom

    First HIV Self-Testing Kit Goes on Sale in United Kingdom

    The first HIV self-testing kit that allows people to get a result in just 15 minutes at home has gone on sale in the UK.

  • Brazil Takes Advantage of World Cup Crowds to Test For HIV

    The program, part of the UNAIDS "Protect the Goal" HIV/AIDS prevention program, provides rapid HIV testing and counseling, as well as free condoms and emergency retroviral drugs. It is also being offered in 11 other cities across Sao Paulo state where visiting World Cup teams are based.

  • US regulator approves first over-the-counter HIV test kit

    US regulator approves first over-the-counter HIV test kit

    The test has the potential to identify large numbers of previously undiagnosed HIV infections, especially if used by those unlikely to use standard screening methods.

  • Kerala women's panel wants HIV test before marriage

    The Kerala Women's Commission (KWC) has asked the state government to pass resolutions and if necessary, a law to ensure that all those who get married undergo an HIV test."This is an issue that is affecting the entire humanity and hence adequate measures have to be taken to safeguard all," KWC chairperson Justice (retd) D. Sreedevi said.The commis...

  • 151 test HIV-positive in five months in Meghalaya

    HIV/AIDS testing centres in Meghalaya have detected 151 positive cases in five months, but experts say the number is not alarming.Between April and August this year, a total 2,616 persons were examined for HIV virus out of which 121 were found to be positive cases, a report from the Meghalaya Aids Control Society (MACs) said.Pre-natal tests on 5,63...

  • Couple ostracised over faulty HIV test

    A faulty HIV test has turned a young Kerala couple's world upside down. Not only were Prajeesh and Sejina, who were expecting their first child, ostracised by the hospital staff and their village, but they also lost their jobs. They have now sought action against the hospital for the goof-up.They have petitioned the chief minister, the Kerala State...

  • Vigilant Orissa village demands HIV tests

    In an attempt to stop the spread of AIDS, a village in Orissa's Balangir district have demanded blood tests for everyone in an attempt to stop it from spreading.

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'Hiv Tests' - 20 News Result(s)

  • "Considering Making HIV Test Compulsory For Couples": Goa Health Minister

    "Considering Making HIV Test Compulsory For Couples": Goa Health Minister

    Goa Health Minister Vishwajit Rane on Tuesday said that the coastal state's government was mulling making HIV tests mandatory before the registration of marriages.

  • World AIDS Day 2018: 4 Reasons Which Stop People From HIV Testing

    World AIDS Day 2018: 4 Reasons Which Stop People From HIV Testing

    The theme of World AIDS Day 2018 is "Know Your Status", which stresses on the importance of knowing one's HIV status in order to fight against the disease.

  • This World AIDS Day 2018, Know Your Status Through HIV Testing

    This World AIDS Day 2018, Know Your Status Through HIV Testing

    The theme of World AIDS Day this year is "Know your status". HIV testing is important to know your status, for expanding treatment and ensuring that all people with HIV are able to lead a healthy and productive life.

  • 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 - ...

  • Isolated, Shut Out, How This HIV Patient Fought Back

    Isolated, Shut Out, How This HIV Patient Fought Back

    New Delhi: In December 2003, when Chinmay Dharmesh Modi was 9, his parents discovered that they were suffering from AIDS. It was like a bolt from the blue. The situation became turbulent for Chinmay’s family, whereas he was too young to realise the implications of the disease. “My mother had a gynaecological problem, and so her doctor referred ...

  • Prince Harry Takes Instant HIV Test; Results Are Fine

    Prince Harry Takes Instant HIV Test; Results Are Fine

    Britain's Prince Harry has taken a nearly instant HIV test as part of his campaign to raise awareness about the virus.

  • Prince Harry Takes Instant HIV Test; Results Are Fine

    Prince Harry Takes Instant HIV Test; Results Are Fine

    Britain's Prince Harry has taken a nearly instant HIV test as part of his campaign to raise awareness about the virus.

  • HIV Self-Testing Safe and Accurate: Study

    HIV Self-Testing Safe and Accurate: Study

    HIV self-testing (HIVST) that involves training individuals to perform and interpret their own HIV test may prove to be a widely used, safe and accurate method of controlling the epidemic, new research has found.

  • First HIV Self-Testing Kit Goes on Sale in United Kingdom

    First HIV Self-Testing Kit Goes on Sale in United Kingdom

    The first HIV self-testing kit that allows people to get a result in just 15 minutes at home has gone on sale in the UK.

  • Brazil Takes Advantage of World Cup Crowds to Test For HIV

    The program, part of the UNAIDS "Protect the Goal" HIV/AIDS prevention program, provides rapid HIV testing and counseling, as well as free condoms and emergency retroviral drugs. It is also being offered in 11 other cities across Sao Paulo state where visiting World Cup teams are based.

  • US regulator approves first over-the-counter HIV test kit

    US regulator approves first over-the-counter HIV test kit

    The test has the potential to identify large numbers of previously undiagnosed HIV infections, especially if used by those unlikely to use standard screening methods.

  • Kerala women's panel wants HIV test before marriage

    The Kerala Women's Commission (KWC) has asked the state government to pass resolutions and if necessary, a law to ensure that all those who get married undergo an HIV test."This is an issue that is affecting the entire humanity and hence adequate measures have to be taken to safeguard all," KWC chairperson Justice (retd) D. Sreedevi said.The commis...

  • 151 test HIV-positive in five months in Meghalaya

    HIV/AIDS testing centres in Meghalaya have detected 151 positive cases in five months, but experts say the number is not alarming.Between April and August this year, a total 2,616 persons were examined for HIV virus out of which 121 were found to be positive cases, a report from the Meghalaya Aids Control Society (MACs) said.Pre-natal tests on 5,63...

  • Couple ostracised over faulty HIV test

    A faulty HIV test has turned a young Kerala couple's world upside down. Not only were Prajeesh and Sejina, who were expecting their first child, ostracised by the hospital staff and their village, but they also lost their jobs. They have now sought action against the hospital for the goof-up.They have petitioned the chief minister, the Kerala State...

  • Vigilant Orissa village demands HIV tests

    In an attempt to stop the spread of AIDS, a village in Orissa's Balangir district have demanded blood tests for everyone in an attempt to stop it from spreading.

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