Some men might be led to believe that the snip can entirely stop HIV infection.
Researchers recognise the need to change HIV prevention technologies to suit different lifestyles.
The search for an anti-HIV microbicide continues, after a new trial has refuted the results of a previous study that found one to be effective.
A study has found that child-focused interventions have significantly reduced HIV-infection rates in children under the age of five.
The death toll is falling but there is still no hope for an end to the worldwide pandemic.
The times of plenty funding for the fight against HIV are over, and the lean years come at a time when the need for funding is rising.
A new report says men are able to plan their sex lives better than women and the day of the week on which the fewest people have sex is Tuesday.
New evidence has shown that ARVs have the ability to reduce HIV infections of partners dramatically, writes Mia Malan.
Despite the advances in the management of HIV, an effective prophylactic would save billions writes Michel Sidibe, Chidi Nweneka and Margaret McGlynn
A new plan to combat HIV in SA is to be launched today, amid a worldwide funding crisis that threatens to slow progress in the fight against Aids.
A gel researchers once hailed as a breakthrough in the prevention of HIV transmission among women, has been shown to be ineffective.
US first lady Michelle Obama had a date with Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Thursday -- and joined a workshop teaching youth about healthy living.
African leaders at the UN Aids summit have asked for money to deal with the pandemic and to reach the Millenium Development Goals.
Early antiretroviral therapy reduces HIV transmission by 96%, Wits University announced on Thursday, following a multi-centre study.
With the war on Aids nearing its 30th anniversary, the United Nations on Thursday declared "a moment of truth" had come for new strategies.
Only a handful of organisations organise HIV tests in schools in SA, a country hard-hit by the virus that infects 5,7-million people.
Zambia's drug-busting agency has approached Interpol to help bring the man behind the controversial Tara KLamp circumcision device back home.