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HIV & AIDS in Thailand
Thailand is an example of a developing country where public policy has been effective in preventing the transmission of HIV on a national scale. In the 1990s, a massive programme that began to...
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World AIDS Day
AVERT's World AIDS Day 2013 Activities This year AVERT, with our partners, Brighton World AIDS Day Community Partnership, and volunteers from the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, and the...
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Stages of HIV Infection
HIV infection can generally be broken down into four distinct stages: primary infection, clinically asymptomatic stage, symptomatic HIV infection, and progression from HIV to AIDS. STAGE 1 : Primary...
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USA HIV & AIDS Statistics
Introduction 1.3 million people are living with HIV in the United States of America, with a fifth unaware of their status.1 Since the epidemic began, an estimated 1,155,792 people in the USA have...
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HIV & AIDS in China
There are currently an estimated 780,000 people living with HIV in China.1 During 2011 around 28,000 people died from AIDS.2 These numbers must be considered in the context of China's extremely large...
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HIV & AIDS Symptoms
What are the symptoms of HIV and AIDS? It is not possible to reliably diagnose HIV infection or AIDS based on symptoms alone. HIV symptoms are very similar to the symptoms of other illnesses. So the...
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HIV & AIDS Stigma and Discrimination
What is stigma and discrimination? AIDS-related stigma and discrimination refers to prejudice, negative attitudes, abuse and maltreatment directed at people living with HIV and AIDS. The...
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Children Orphaned by HIV and AIDS
An 'orphan' is defined by the United Nations as a child who has 'lost one or both parents'. Worldwide, it is estimated that 17.8 million children under 18 have been orphaned by AIDS and that this...
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HIV Opportunistic Infections
What are opportunistic infections? People with advanced HIV infection are vulnerable to infections and malignancies that are called 'opportunistic infections' because they take advantage of the...
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Teens, Young People & Sexual Health
Relationships, Sexual Health and Your Body Deciding whether to have sex or to do other sexual activities with someone can be tricky. People generally have very different, and often strong, views...
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