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An SMS a day keeps teens alive
An SMS a day keeps teens alive
It was July 2018, Amsterdam.
The quest for the (vaginal) ring
The quest for the (vaginal) ring
The HIV prevention tablet is now available in South Africa. But, as the Bhekisisa Centre for Health Journalism reports, popping a pill...
[Video]On the road: Go inside the farm clinics making sure workers are never far from care
[Video]On the road: Go inside the farm clinics making sure workers are never far from care
They're not only good for workers' health, they're good for business too.
Research: More than 50 000 teachers at public schools are living with HIV
Research: More than 50 000 teachers at public schools are living with HIV
More than 50 000 teachers at public schools are living with HIV and most of these teachers can be found in KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga and Eastern...
Health financing crisis threatens developing countries, experts say
Health financing crisis threatens developing countries, experts say
Millions of people in developing countries are at risk of going without even the most basic health services as a result of low domestic health...
Survey uncovers shortages in critical medication
Survey uncovers shortages in critical medication
South Africa's drug stock-out problems have worsened, according to the results of a survey by the civil society coalition Stop Stock-outs that was...
Funding crunch threatens TAC
Funding crunch threatens TAC
One of the world's leading Aids activists has accused Britain of "signing a death warrant" for South Africans in need of treatment after it withdrew...
Health-fad herb may reduce ARV efficacy, report warns
Health-fad herb may reduce ARV efficacy, report warns
A recent Canadian health department report suggesting that there could be a potential negative drug-herb interaction between the HIV drug Efavirenz...
How true are reports of breakthrough Aids 'cures'?
How true are reports of breakthrough Aids 'cures'?
If the reports emanating recently from Tanzania, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe are to be believed, yesterday could have been the last World Aids...