Daily Archives: June 12, 2009

A hopeful look at HIV prevention

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When it comes to the strategies of preventing HIV/AIDS, many say the world has failed. They point to daunting numbers from last year: an estimated 2.7 million new HIV infections, while 1 million were put on treatment. The race is still being lost, and it’s common to hear now that countries can’t treat their way […]

Saving children from HIV

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Every day, 1,500 babies around the world are born with HIV. The United States averages less than one HIV-positive baby per day. Europe the same. Africa averages 1,400 daily. Every year, fewer than 7,000 HIV-positive women in the United States give birth. Every year, 9,000 HIV-positive women in the Soweto township in South Africa give […]