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News Outlets Examine State Of HIV Epidemic In South Africa, Worldwide As International AIDS Conference Set To Begin In Durban 16 Years After First Held There

Global Health NOW: Return to Durban: IAS President Chris Beyrer’s Q&A, Part 1 “…Before International AIDS Society President Chris Beyrer departed for Durban, he sat down with GHN Editor-in-Chief Brian W. Simpson to share his thoughts on what to look for in the conference, the current state of the global…

Evidence Shows Ebola Survivors Can Harbor Active Virus In Certain Organs

Foreign Policy: Ebola Lives on in Survivors’ Eyeballs and Testicles “…There are at least 17,000 Ebola survivors … in West Africa, and many face … ruthless stigmatization. Since the beginning of the crisis, health professionals have pushed communities to reintegrate survivors. … But there’s now evidence that, when it comes…

New Documentary Film Highlights Efforts To Eradicate Yaws

U.N. News Centre: Feature: Eradication of Yaws, disease that ‘begins where roads end,’ is within sight, says WHO doctor in new film “When Dr. Oriol Mitjà, a Spanish technical adviser for the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO), arrived in Lihir Island, Papua New Guinea, he expected to stay only…

Strengthening MASH Act Would Support Mosquito Control Efforts, Stop Zika

The Hill: Why we must SMASH mosquitoes to stop Zika Sens. Angus King (I-Maine), Richard Burr (R-N.C.), and Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) “…[W]e should take steps to invest in the tools we have to control mosquitoes and the programs we have to support mosquito control. That’s why we have introduced bipartisan…

New Issue Of ‘Global Fund News Flash’ Available Online

Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: Global Fund News Flash The latest issue of the Global Fund News Flash contains an article and video reflecting on Global Fund-supported HIV treatment efforts over the past 16 years, as well as a fact sheet on the Global Fund’s latest results…

In Video Series, Podcast, News Outlets Examine Efforts To End AIDS Epidemic

PBS NewsHour: The End of AIDS? “PBS NewsHour traveled to six places across the world to find stories of those in the middle of the AIDS epidemic. Will they find an end to AIDS? Watch our six-part series, starting July 11th…” (Brangham/Kane, 7/11). U.N. News Centre: Podcast: End of AIDS…

VICE News, Partners Report On HIV Epidemic In Chile

VICE News: HIV is spreading in Chile — and lots of people don’t know they have it “VICE News has partnered with the University of British Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism and student journalists from the International Reporting Program for ‘Hidden in Plain Sight: Stories of HIV and migration in…

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