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'Mexican Oxy' Pills Hit Arizona Hard

China Says Tests on Plasma Products Negative for HIV

By Anita Snow |
A profitable new business for drug gangs has pushed the synthetic opioid to the top spot for fatal U.S. overdoses.

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Want to End the HIV Epidemic? Consider Poverty and Inequities, Too

Want to End the HIV Epidemic? Consider Poverty and Inequities, Too

| By Maria De Jesus, American University | Feb 14
While remarkable progress has been made in the fight against HIV/AIDS, ending the epidemic will likely take longer than 10 years and will take more than drugs.

End HIV Transmission by 2030? Daunting but Doable

End HIV Transmission by 2030? Daunting but Doable

| Feb 8
Noting that science has "brought a once-distant dream within reach," President Donald Trump on Tuesday night pledged to eliminate HIV transmission within 10 years.

China Says Tests on Plasma Products Negative for HIV

China Says Tests on Plasma Products Negative for HIV

| Feb 7
Chinese investigators said Thursday tests on a batch of a plasma product feared to have been contaminated with HIV have turned up negative for the virus that causes AIDS.

Trump Launching Campaign to End HIV Epidemic in US by 2030

Trump Launching Campaign to End HIV Epidemic in US by 2030

| By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | Feb 6
President Donald Trump is launching a campaign to end the HIV epidemic in the United States by 2030, targeting areas where new infections happen and getting highly effective drugs to people at risk.

The Shutdown is Temporarily Over, But Hardship Remains for Many People Living with HIV

The Shutdown is Temporarily Over, But Hardship Remains for Many People Living with HIV

| Feb 5
The threat from the SNAP (food stamp) benefit gap is particularly acute for many people living with HIV.

3 Tips for Staying Healthy with HIV

3 Tips for Staying Healthy with HIV

| Jan 31
Many of us make commitments to ourselves at the beginning of the new year to focus on our health and well-being. Here are some tips and tools that might help you stay on track with your own health-related resolutions.

Research Shows STDs Increase Chance of HIV Infection

Research Shows STDs Increase Chance of HIV Infection

| Jan 30
Recently published research shows risk for both acquiring and transmitting HIV is increased by having an STD. This is due to biological and behavioral reasons.

Singapore Says American Leaked 14,200 HIV Records

Singapore Says American Leaked 14,200 HIV Records

| By Annabelle Liang | Jan 28
Singapore's health ministry accused an American on Monday of stealing and leaking the records of 14,200 people infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, before January 2013.

Pope Seeks to End Stigma of AIDS with Visit to Church Home

Pope Seeks to End Stigma of AIDS with Visit to Church Home

| By Nicole Winfield and Juan Zamorano | Jan 27
Pope Francis is wrapping up his first trip to Central America with a final World Youth Day Mass and a visit to a church-run home for people living with AIDS.

HIV Shelter Outside Panama City Readies for Papal Visit

HIV Shelter Outside Panama City Readies for Papal Visit

| By Juan Zamorano | Jan 25
The shelter is readying for a high-profile visit Sunday by Pope Francis, who is coming to offer spiritual succor to the 10 men and five women currently in its care.

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