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AIDS prevention

LONDON - The number of people living with HIV worldwide has remained virtually unchanged in the past two years and AIDS-related
VICTORIA - Once labelled absurd, the idea of mass testing of adults for HIV and AIDS is now part of the routine in British
VANCOUVER - Needle exchange programs and increased access to HIV treatment are essential to curb infection rates among Canadian
Hats off to the spin doctors who managed to turn this year's World AIDS Day into a global celebration. A mere 34 million
Sitane Diamini is no stranger to pain and hopelessness. Her album of family memories includes a scene at the local medical clinic in her home country of Swaziland, on the day when both she and her husband tested positive for HIV. Then she became pregnant. For someone reading this story 20 years ago, what happened next might have seemed nothing short of miraculous.
Recent advances in our understanding of HIV transmission, treatment, prevention and testing are changing the landscape of our response to HIV and generating a significant amount of optimism. The buzz at the International AIDS Conference this past July in Washington D.C. was that we may now be able to achieve an "AIDS-free generation."
WASHINGTON - From dark days to a critical turning point in the AIDS epidemic: The landscape has changed dramatically in the