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The project "Mobile clinics for HIV-positive children" was launched in 8 regions of Ukraine in 2021
Five brigades made 72 trips to 78 settlements during the year. In total, 965 children received medical assistance, including 591 with confirmed HIV status and 374 children who are under monitoring....
21 december 2021
Мобільні клініки в Одесі
Фонд Олени Пінчук спільно з онлайн-сервісом виклику авто Uklon запустили «Мобільну клініку для ВІЛ-позитивних дітей» тепер ще й в Одеській області
04 june 2021
AIDS in Ukraine: statistics for 01.12.2020
In the first ten months of 2020, according to the Public Health Center of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, 13 277 cases of HIV infection were registered in Ukraine including 66 children under 14;...
30 november 2020
A hidden epidemic in Ukraine
On the 17th floor of a disused building in Kiev, Ukraine, is a secret spot where people from across the capital city congregate with one purpose: to shoot up.
26 august 2016
China Investigating Data Leak and Swindling of H.I.V. Patients
Bai Hua, the director of a support network based in Beijing for people with H.I.V./AIDS, said he began receiving the messages about two weeks ago. Hundreds of people with H.I.V....
25 july 2016
Killings of LGBT and HIV-affected people rose 20% in 2015, report finds
Homicides of LGBT and HIV-affected people in the US have risen 20% since 2014, according to a report released on Monday.
14 june 2016
Florida House candidate Bob Poe says he is HIV positive
A U.S. congressional candidate from Orlando says in a Facebook posting that he is HIV positive.
11 june 2016
Chinese farmer demands compensation after wrong AIDS diagnosis
A farmer in central China's Henan Province is seeking 2 million yuan (about 300,000 U.S. dollars) in compensation after he was wrongly diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.
25 may 2016
How a Small Town Became the Capital of HIV in America
Rampant drug use in Austin, Indiana — coupled with unemployment and poor living conditions — brought on a public-health crisis that some are calling a “syndemic.”
04 may 2016
Son, 24, forgives dad who injected him with HIV: 'That's all I can do'
Brryan Stewart was only 10 months old when his father injected him with HIV-positive blood—and now, burdened with health challenges at age 25, Stewart is not only surviving but seeing the...
03 may 2016
Hopkins begins nation's first HIV-positive organ transplants
Surgeons in Baltimore for the first time have transplanted organs between an HIV-positive donor and HIV-positive recipients. It's a long-awaited new option for patients with the AIDS virus whose...
30 march 2016
UNAIDS hails Janashakthi Insurance policy for HIV positive people
UNAIDS commended Janashakthi Insurance PLC, a premier insurance company in Sri Lanka, for taking the initiative in introducing an insurance coverage for people living with HIV as it would encourage...
17 february 2016