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Thupten Choephel life testimony on RFA

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Starting HIV Drugs Earlier May Delay AIDS But Not Death

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Starting HIV Drugs Earlier May Delay AIDS But Not Death.

MONDAY, April 18 (HealthDay News) -- New research suggests that HIV-infected patients are most likely to stay clear of AIDS longer if they start drug therapy when their immune systems are still relatively strong.

 

First-ever Interactive Workshop for the Tibetan People Living with HIV/AIDS

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First-ever Interactive Workshop for the Tibetan People Living with HIV/AIDS (TPLHA)
March 30 & 31, 2011 – McLeod Ganj, Dharamshala, H.P. India
(Organized jointly by Dept of Health, CTA & CHOICE—HIV/AIDS Initiatives)

The First ever Interactive Workshop for the Tibetan People Living with HIV/AIDS (commonly termed TPLHA) concluded successfully on March 31, 2011 here at McLeod Ganj, Dharamshala, H.P. The participants for the conference were from the Tibetan settlements of Mundgod Duegoling, Mainpat Phedeling, Bylakuppe Dicky Lharso, Dolangji Bhonshi and Dharamshala. The Workshop  was jointly organized by Department of Health, CTA and CHOICE-HIV/AIDS Initiative.

 

New AIDS cases in India drop by 50 percent

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New AIDS cases in India drop by 50 percent

India, home to the world's third largest AIDS population, has registered a 50 percent dip in the number of new cases registered annually, according to the latest United Nations report.

 

 

TB and HIV

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Tuberculosis and HIV

Tuberculosis (TB) is a leading cause of HIV-related deaths worldwide. In some countries with higher HIV prevalence, up to 80% of people with TB test positive for HIV. Globally approximately 30% of HIV-infected persons are estimated to have latent TB infection.

 

 

India rejects US company's patent for anti-HIV drugs

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India rejects US company's patent for anti-HIV drugs

New Delhi:  What serves as one of the biggest threats against people living with HIV AIDS is multinational drug companies, producing lifesaving drugs, pushing for patents so generic companies cannot produce them at much lower prices.

 

Dr. Namdul Interview on RFA on World AIDS Day 2010

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64,000 people infected with HIV in Nepal

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64,000 people infected with HIV in Nepal

KATHMANDU, Dec. 27 (Xinhua) -- It is estimated that 64,000 people are infected with HIV in Nepal and 16,637 among them are living with HIV/AIDS.

 

HIV stigma: 4-year-old was made to stay with animals

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HIV stigma: 4-year-old was made to stay with animals

Guwahati:  Orphaned and infected by HIV, this four-year-old girl from Guwahati has nowhere to go. She has been abandoned by her family members, who have also threatened to poison her.

 

 

World AIDS Day, Dec. 1 - 2010

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World AIDS Day, Dec 1st 2010

CHOICE—HIV/AIDS Initiative and Kunphen: Centre for Substance dependence, together with the support of Department of Health, Central Tibetan Administration, World AIDS Day was observed in Main Market Square of McLeod Ganj, Dharamshala.

 

 


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