A year after claims of sexual assault and harassment rocked the U.N. agency that fights HIV, UNAIDS looked like it might be on the mend. But the upheaval is not over.
By Maria Cheng, Jamey Keaten, Associated Press
HANOI, Vietnam -- Vietnam has pulled itself up economically over the decades. One of the consequences? Diminishing donor funds.
By Larisa Epatko
AIDS related deaths and HIV infections worldwide are decreasing, a UN agency reported Wednesday, and—with greater funding—it is possible to control the global epidemic by 2030.
By Talia Mindich
Infection Rates Down, Drug Access Up and Optimism High Before AIDS Conference…
UNAIDS Head: Death Rates Falling, Treatment IncreasingBut Global Crisis Still Overwhelming…
An AIDS vaccine tested in Thailand has shown signs of stopping HIV infection for the first time. Tim Clarke of ITN reports on the clinical research.
By PBS NewsHour
UNAIDS, the United Nation's group working on the AIDS epidemic, released a report Tuesday admitting that figures on the spread of HIV were over-estimated for the past decade.
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