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Tribute to TAC at 20!

December 10, 2018
News  

The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) turns 20 today – International Human Rights Day – and our history would be much poorer without them.

SA sleeping on the most successful HIV weapons

December 3, 2018
News  

Oral pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), taken as a once-daily pill, has been hailed the world over as one of the major HIV prevention interventions in the fight against AIDS. Yet, apart form sex workers, very few South Africans are using PrEP or even know it exists.

World Aids Day: Still a need to increase awareness

December 1, 2018
AIDS 2018   OurHealth  

As the globe marks World Aids Day on December 1, the call has again gone out for people to join the fight against HIV and Aids, with the event being used as an opportunity to educate people and to remember those who have passed away.

Fighting HIV stigma, one radio broadcast at a time

November 30, 2018
AIDS 2018   Multimedia  

WATCH: youth radio reporters fight HIV stigma and create awareness in their community in the Eastern Cape

HIV: One child infected every two minutes

November 30, 2018
News  

AIDS kills 76 adolescents around the world every day, and some 360 000 will die by 2030 unless “urgent” action is taken.

HIV cure ‘smacks of quackery’ – scientist

November 6, 2018
News  

A new HIV cure, being punted on social media, “smacks of quackery”, according to a prominent HIV scientist.

Race determines survival in cervical cancer

November 5, 2018
News  

Black women are almost six times more likely to die of cervical cancer than white women, partly because diagnosis is poor and many women don’t have regular Pap smears.