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  1. The Global Fund says countries where it invests, such as Kenya (pictured in 2015 as a patient gets

    Global AIDS, TB fight needs more money: Health fund

    The fight against epidemics such as AIDS and tuberculosis needs greater funding and cooperation in order to wipe out the diseases, a leading aid ...
  2. Volunteers tend to a Syrian woman suffering from tuberculosis, which killed about 1.7 million people

    United Nations summit on TB seeks to put spotlight on killer disease

    It's the world's number one killer among infectious diseases, but tuberculosis has been eclipsed by HIV/AIDS as a focus of global attention and ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: A student displays his hands painted with messages as he poses during an HIV/AIDS aware

    UNICEF warns of HIV crisis in teen girls, with 20 cases every hour

    Teenagers, and particularly girls, are bearing the brunt of the global AIDS epidemic with around 30 adolescents becoming infected with HIV every ...
  4. AIDS conference

    Drug-fuelled HIV surge raises concerns at AIDS meeting

  5. A student displays his hands painted with messages as he poses during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaig

    UN says global fight against AIDS is at 'precarious point'

    Complacency is starting to stall the fight against the global AIDS epidemic, with the pace of progress not matching what is needed, the United ...
  6. Nurse gives a red ribbon to a woman to mark World Aids Day at the entrance of Emilio Ribas Hospital

    HK scientists say new research points to 'functional cure' for HIV

    A research team at Hong Kong University’s AIDS Institute says it may have found a "functional cure" to HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, in a major ...
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    Chile's new sexual freedom leads to AIDS spike

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    ATM pharmacy to cut queues for South Africa's AIDS patients

  9. file photo man swabbing mouth

    Concerned about HIV infection? Think twice before buying a self-test kit online

    Dangers include lack of counselling, and no way to check accuracy or interpretation of test results