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In sub-Saharan Africa, women are at high risk of contracting HIV. Some protective measures carry a stigma but this device enables them to take control without anyone knowing.
This week on Georgia in Play: Thursday marked the start of Hanukkah, and host Leah Fleming asks some of the holiday's youngest observants what the celebration means to them. Plus, an award-winning jazz artist brings another holiday track for your playlist this season, while your kids might learn through video games in the classroom one day. Then, hear what your local homeless shelters may need around the holiday.
The latest World AIDS Day report finds that urgent action is needed to tackle inequalities, especially in the South, which has the highest rates of new HIV infections.
The program launched by President George W. Bush is credited with saving 25 million lives. Some in Congress want this year's reauthorization tied to language that PEPFAR will not "promote abortion."
A diagnosis of HIV is not a death sentence. There are resources available, including prevention strategies such as PrEP, a pre-exposure prophylaxis.
Republicans in Congress back substantial cuts to the budget of the CDC, taking aim at one of former President Donald Trump's major health programs: a push to end the HIV epidemic in the U.S.
Updated CDC data shows Georgia has room for improvement in its HIV infection rate.
Plant Vogtle reaches full power for the first time.
PEPFAR is the "most amazing thing in the history of HIV," says Dr. Sharon Lewin, president of the International AIDS Society. Bush himself came to Washington this month to urge reauthorization..
Long criticized as discriminatory, the policy has prevented many gay and bisexual men from donating blood. The Food and Drug Administration revealed a draft of its new approach on Friday.
It was a big year for viruses, which simply refused to be ignored. And unlike the previous two years, COVID had to share the spotlight.
Georgia is far from meeting the kind of goals that have been established for the nation for 2030 in terms of reduction of new HIV infections and suppression of the virus for people living with HIV.
Health justice lawyer Priti Krishtel doesn't believe your ability to heal should depend on your ability to pay. Her mission is to reform the patent system that drug companies use to block competition.
“We're not going to end the HIV epidemic until we make testing for HIV convenient and routine,” said Patrick Sullivan, lead infectious disease specialist for the Emory initiative.
A new study suggests that. yes, there are superdodgers. But explaining why they've been able to avoid the virus is a bit complicated.