Category Archives: Germany

  1. The Man Who Had HIV and Now Does Not

    Via New York Magazine, by Tina Rosenberg Four years ago, Timothy Brown underwent an innovative procedure. Since then, test after test has found absolutely no trace of the virus in his body. The bigger miracle, though, is how his case has experts again believing they just might find a cure for AIDS. AIDS is a disease of Read More >>

    cure, Delta 32, Germany, HIV/AIDS, IRMA Stem-cell transplant, leukemia, Timothy Brown
  2. ‘Islam Needs a Sexual Revolution’

    Interview via SPIEGEL ONLINE International In the run-up to the Frankfurt Book Fair, German-Turkish writer Seyran Ates discusses her new book, which describes the necessity of a sexual revolution in the Islamic world, the recent integration debate in Germany and the arrogance of German women’s rights activists. Excerpts: “Part of the process is that sexuality has to Read More >>

    anal sex, Germany, Islam, sexual behavior
  3. Hitler = HIV in New German Ad

    So, how many infections do you think this campaign will help prevent? Read the pinknews article on this. Read the piece on ABC News. Read commentary by Shawn Syms on

    Germany, Hitler, HIV/AIDS policy, social marketing, stigma
  4. HIV serosorting and the risk of STIs in MSM

    [Presented at SÖDAK 2009: The German-Austrian-Swiss AIDS Congress, June 24-27 2009] Marcus ULRICH and Axel J. SCHMIDT (Robert Koch Institut)Objectives: We aimed to quantify the frequency and effectiveness of HIV risk management strategies and tactics other than condom use among men who have sex with men (MSM) in Germany and their impact on the frequency of sexually Read More >>

    Germany, MSM, research, serosorting, STD