Monthly Archives: December 2021

40th Anniversary HIV/AIDS : End Inequalities, End AIDS, End Pandemics

  • 4-December-2021
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The United States’ Centre for Disease Control (CDC) first recognized Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) in June 1981 after 5 agile homosexuals between the ages of 29 and 36 were treated for biopsy-confirmed Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia in 3 different hospitals in Los Angeles. (1)  Five years later, in March 1986, the first case of HIV was […]

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HIV/AIDS in the COVID-19 pandemic: End Inequalities, End AIDS

  • 4-December-2021
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HIV continues to be a significant public health issue throughout the world affecting almost 38 million in the year 2020.1 More than two-thirds of these people live in the WHO African sub-region. Statistics show that, in 2020, over half a million people died from HIV-related causes and nearly two million people were newly diagnosed with […]

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