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World AIDS Day 2014: Steps towards an HIV-free generation in Uganda

1 December, 2014

A guest blog from Owen Nyaka, a citizen journalist from the Key Correspondents network.

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World AIDS Day 2014: A message to young people from Malawi

1 December, 2014

A guest blog from David Odali, Director of the Umunthu Foundation, our partner in Malawi.

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World AIDS Day 2014: A message from AVERT's CEO

1 December, 2014

A blog from Sarah Hand, AVERT's Chief Executive for World AIDS Day 2014

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World AIDS Day 2014: What contract are you on?

1 December, 2014

A guest blog post from Georgina Caswell, Regional Programme Advisor: Link Up (Africa), International HIV/AIDS Alliance for World AIDS Day 2014.

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World AIDS Day 2014: Nomerica's Story

1 December, 2014

Nomerica Kawuti, a beneficiary of the Sisonke Project, South Africa, tells her story.

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UNAIDS report calls for speedy response to the global HIV epidemic

21 November, 2014

The rate of new HIV infections is likely to increase without rapid action over the next 5 years according to the latest UNAIDS report. The report, "Fast-Track: Ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030", says that the adoption of a Fast-Track approach would prevent 28 million new HIV infections and 21 million AIDS-related deaths by 2030.

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Twitter’s potential role in the delivery of health messages

14 November, 2014

A recent study shows that social media can inform the public about health. Real-time, follow-up, information on healthcare services and healthcare information could be vital in the provision of health care.

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Stem cell research could lead to a cure for HIV

12 November, 2014

Researchers from Harvard Stem Cell Institute published how blood cells can be made inaccessible to HIV virus. This new development could potentially lead to a cure for HIV.

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