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In Thailand, innovative HIV prevention advocates engage the community by emphasizing sexual diversity, conducting religious outreach, and involving community members in research.
In Jamaica, as in many parts of the world, HIV and AIDS create a specter of fear and persecution leading to stigma, discrimination and, for many, the concealment of the disease.
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A new study reveals that more than two-thirds of states, including Colorado, are not in compliance with new federal guidelines on HIV testing.
It seems like sound public health — but it’s much more complicated.
HIV is not yet widespread in Nicaragua, but with no sexuality education to speak of, a weak health system, and a culture of machismo that leaves women with little control over their sexual and reproductive lives, young people and women face particular HIV risk, and their infection rates are climbing.
With so many people unaware of their HIV status, increasing testing is critical to prevent new infections and help HIV-positive people lead healthy lives.