Category Archives: World AIDS Day

  1. World AIDS Day 2010 Universal Access & Human Rights – A Global Health Community Statement

     [IRMA is a signatory on this statement] Open publication – Free publishing – More IRMA [If an item is not written by an IRMA member, it should not be construed that IRMA has taken a position on the article’s content, whether in support or in opposition.]

    HIV/AIDS, HIV/AIDS policy, PEPFAR, World AIDS Day
  2. PrEP Implementation Where Homophobia Reigns?

    MSM groups hail pill to prevent HIV, but…via PlusNews Excerpt: “We are as happy as anyone out there about the findings from this study, but fear that unless our countries reconsider their laws, many MSM will not benefit from its results,” said David Kuria, chairman of the Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Kenya. Read the whole item. Read More >>

    gay men, homophobia, human rights, iPrEx, Kenya, MSM, PrEP, Truvada, World AIDS Day
  3. Build on Prevention Science Advances this World AIDS Day

    New Prevention Advances: Can We Now Imagine a World Without AIDS?via Huffington Post, by Jeffrey L. Sturchio, Ward Cates and Salim Abdul Karim Last week, UNAIDS announced that at least 56 countries have stable or declining incidence of HIV/AIDS. Yet on World AIDS Day this week, there are still two new infections for every person put on Read More >>

    funding, HIV/AIDS policy, new prevention technologies, PrEP, vaginal microbicide, World AIDS Day
  4. Celebrities Die Digitally for AIDS

    Farewell, Digital World. (It’s All for a Cause.)via New York Times, by Amy Wallace  ON Wednesday, Kim Kardashian is going to die a little. So is her sister, Khloé, not to mention Lady Gaga, David LaChapelle, Justin Timberlake, Usher, Serena Williams and Elijah Wood. That day is World AIDS Day, and each of these people (as well Read More >>

    funding, World AIDS Day