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Obama Nominates New Global AIDS Coordinator

President Obama nominates Dr. Eric Goosby, a long-time AIDS expert and medical doctor, for the post of Global AIDS Coordinator.

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Dept. of Civil Rights: Michigan’s Ban on HIV-Positive Inmates Working in Food Service Violates Law

The Michigan Department of Corrections has prevented HIV-infected prisoners from working in food service positions since at least 1999. But the Michigan Department of Civil Rights argues that the policy violates non-discrimination statutes.

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The Blood on Tony Perkins’s Hands

With such a lurid attack on Sebelius, Perkins had better be ready to explain his own complicity in AIDS deaths, not just in Africa but all over the world.

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State Trends: Abortion, Personhood, Sex Ed and STIs

With the legislative year well underway, laws to establish fetal personhood, mandating medically accurate sex ed, and treating partners for STIs are on the move.

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Dr. Edward is an Honorable Man

Green’s research supports universal access to condoms, Pope Benedict does not. These positions are not the same.

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In China, Effective Treatment Options for HIV, But Stigma Still Lingers

Whilst between 35,000 and 40,000 HIV-positive people in China are effectively receiving treatment, more than twice that number are unwilling to be tested or receive test results because of fear of stigma.

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More Uproar Over Pope’s Condom Comment

The medical journal The Lancet and various Facebook groups respond to Pope’s irresponsible and incorrect comments about condom use in Africa.

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Outrage Over Pope’s Condom Comments

The Daily Show and others respond to the Pope’s outrageous claim that condoms increase the AIDS epidemic in Africa.

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With the Future of a Continent in His Hands, the Pope Fumbles

In the interest of orthodoxy, the Church is neglecting its humanitarian responsibility, particularly in Africa and other places where it holds sway.

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Why Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Matters: Voice of Positive Women

Many Americans think of HIV as a men’s disease — even though women comprise almost a third of HIV infections.

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