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HIV & AIDS Cure Update: Multidisciplinary approach key to ending disease

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HIV cure updates: Too early to declare victory; Virus still hiding deep

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HIV, AIDS Cure updates: Japanese pharma holds 'Functional Cure'; Herbal alternatives gaining validation

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HIV/ AIDS Cure, Vaccine Updates: Kenya, Australia finally found the solution for the dreaded disease

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HIV, AIDS Cure updates: High school student discovered vaccine; 2 people already cured

A nurse prepares to collect blood from a donor during a volunteer blood donation campaign to mark World AIDS Day.
Share of Gay Men in New HIV Infections in China Jumps to 27% in 2015 from 1% in 2005

China's First Lady Peng Liyuan is a staunch supporter of the country's anti-AIDS advocacy.
Chinese First Lady Peng Liyuan Calls for Heightened International Efforts Against AIDS

A young cancer patient. A new research by Chinese scientists could potentially provide a cure for such and other diseases.
Chinese Scientists Uncover Potential Cure for Cancer, HIV, Hepa B

China celebrates World AIDS Day annually to spread information about the disease.
UNAIDS: China’s HIV/AIDS Treatment Progressing, Number of Cases Down

An HIV-positive school teacher wins a lawsuit against a school that abruptly ended his contract.
HIV-infected Malawian man practicing as ‘Hyena’ arrested for having sex with young girls

A hand-picked Aids patient receives a gift from students during a media event in Ditan hospital to demonstrate China's concern for HIV November 30, 2003 in Beijing, China.
Chinese HIV/AIDS Patients Victimized by Scam, Personal Data Leaked

Currently, there is no official sex education in Chinese schools that could help in preventing AIDS transmission.
Chinese NGO Promotes AIDS Prevention Education in Schools

Currently, there is no official sex education in Chinese schools that could help in preventing AIDS transmission.
Guangzhou Man Asks if HIV Positive People Must be Quarantined

China Marks 2008 World AIDS Day
80% of New HIV Cases in China are Gay Men, Could Reverse Country’s Gains vs. AIDS

An HIV-positive school teacher wins a lawsuit against a school that abruptly ended his contract.
HIV-positive Chinese Teacher Wins Legal Bout Against Local School

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