News headlines for “Pharmaceutical Corporations and AIDS”, page 3

  1. Nigerian Bill Criminalises More Than Just Gay People

    'The prospect of arriving home... being arrested at the airport - that's kind of scary,' said Osazeme O., a dual citizen of Nigeria and the UK, in a wry understatement.

  2. PHILIPPINES: These Shots Target AIDS

    A unique campaign in the Philippines is using stylised online photos to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS. Fashion and conceptual photographer Niccolo Cosme first initiated Project Headshot Clinic in 2007 as a way of merging profile photos online and advertising.

  3. Poverty and Racism Fuel HIV/AIDS Epidemic in U.S.

    On World AIDS Day, all eyes are fixed on the global south, where a preventable HIV/AIDS epidemic across Asia, Africa and Latin America has infected almost 33 million people.

  4. Aid Not Enough to Fight AIDS

    Billions of people are marking yet another World AIDS Day - this one themed 'Getting to Zero', for zero AIDS-related deaths, zero new infections, and zero stigma and discrimination.

  5. LATIN AMERICA: Female Condoms in Short Supply

    In spite of the growing spread of HIV/AIDS among women in Latin America and the Caribbean, the female condom, which could put them in charge of their health, is not readily available.

  6. CARRIBEAN: Fresh Challenges Accompany Progress in AIDS Fight

    Cracey Fernandes, the president of the Guyana Sex Work Coalition, does not hide the fact that he is homosexual.

  7. MALAWI: Painkillers Prescribed for Malaria Amid Drug Shortage

    Malawi is experiencing a drug shortage as the country’s international donors remain reluctant to release aid meant for the health sector.

  8. PERU: In Prison, a Little Health Care Goes a Long Way

    'I caught tuberculosis, but I'm lucky because it's been cured,' says Hernán Arévalo from his bed in the new hospital at the Peruvian prison of Lurigancho, one of the most crowded and dangerous in Latin America. 'Before, whoever came in here was unlikely to get out alive.'

  9. PAKISTAN: Treatment Centre Begins to Break AIDS Stigma

    'Today is the best day of my life,' Gul Hamid, 40, told IPS. 'Finally my family members are convinced that HIV/AIDS can’t be transmitted through handshakes or shared meals and utensils.'

  10. SOMALIA: Rape - The Hidden Side of the Famine Crisis

    When Aisha Diis* and her five children fled their home in Somalia seeking aid from the famine devastating the region, she could not have known the dangers of the journey, or even fathom that she would be raped along the way.

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