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a proven HIV treatment and HIV cure for HIV sufferers
20 Sep 2009
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a proven HIV treatment and HIV cure for HIV sufferers
29 Sep 2009
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http://naturalcurefordiseases.info Natural HIV Treatment - Conventional Treatment or Alternative Cure? HIV is an acronym for human immunodeficiency virus. It is the introduction to AIDS (Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome), which everyone knows (or at least assumes) is incurable, even after years of searching for HIV treatment. Opposite to famous belief, you cannot die of AIDS.
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British pop star Elton John, who has established foundations in both the United States and the United Kingdom to combat the AIDS epidemic, gave the keynote address at the Biotechnology Industry Organizations annual convention Tuesday. The foundations have raised more than $150 million to support HIV prevention and treatment programs in 55 countries. John said the world’s governments and industry are ignoring reality when it comes to AIDS and urged policies that would expand access to HIV treatment and testing as well as education. One in three new infections occur in people under 30, John said. To see clips of the speech go to, www.moreaboutthat.info, click on the Sir Elton John segment and then download our podcast. The convention drew 20,000 scientists, industry leaders and government officials to see the latest products and discuss progress in efforts to: find cures for major diseases, find good substitutes for oil-based plastics and fuels, and provide disease-resistant, genetically engineered crops and cloned animals to improve food supplies. If you are a news station and have access to Pathfire, this story is also available on Pathfire DMG. Click on the binoculars, select advanced search tab, highlight DWJ archive, and use keywords: BIO-Elton John.
18 Jan 2011
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http://cureaidsinfo.com Aids hiv treatment for those living with Aids. Is there a cure for aids?
28 Nov 2009
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The dark side of HIV, treatment,
24 Feb 2010
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BY MOLLY BOLAND You're watching multisource health video news analysis from Newsy. How young is too young? That’s the question in Philadelphia, which has the highest rate of sexually active teens in the country -- and one Department of Health program encouraging safe sex by mailing free condoms to kids as young as 11. “Health officials say studies show 10-14 year-olds in the city have higher rates of sexually transmitted diseases than the national average. Through the program anyone over 11 years of age can sign up online to get free condoms in the mail.” “I think that’s far too young. I think absolute minimum should be high school age.” “I can understand people being outraged, I’m a parent myself. But I think I’d rather have the kids have the information. I’d rather have the kids have access to it.”(KYW-CBS) The program is called Take Control Philly, and its website also features information on sexually transmitted infections, or STIs, and animated cartoons demonstrating how to use both male and female condoms.Take a look. “Squeeze the tip and unroll down before you start.” “Afterwards, remove the codom carefully.” “The inner ring is used for insertion and to help hold the condom in place during intercourse. The outter ring will remain on the outside of the body covering the area around the vaginal opening.” Parents have been outraged by the website and videos -- and the ladies at NBC’s ‘South Florida Today’ are talking, to.. “Teachers are saying that they’re [students] skipping school to have orgies basically." “Why aren’t we keeping them in school...?" “It’s starts at home I mean it starts at home with teaching your kids” "...and where are their parents? Since you’re not gonna come to school let me give you a condom so you you can go have sex and participate in an orgy. I mean it’s unbelievable.” (WTVJ-NBC) Despite negative reactions, some health officials say they’re in favor of Take Control Philly because it provides potentially life-saving sexual health education at early ages. ABC News quotes one, who explains... "You can't stop kids from having sex if they want to... What we can do is improve responsibility.” And the director of an adolescent HIV center agrees, saying - this is necessary. “When we started doing HIV treatment in 1998, the average age of patients was 16 or 17. The first time we got a 13-year-old was mind-blowing. But, people have no idea how tough it is to be a kid who’s exposed to sexual media images and peer pressure.” (HULIQ) Take Control Philly also has a Facebook and Twitter account. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your feed Get more multisource health video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
16 Apr 2011
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Fourteen-time Grammy winner Alicia Keys discusses her charity, <a href="http://keepachildalive.org/" >Keep a Child Alive</a>, and their expanding work for HIV treatment for children and families in need.
10 Oct 2013
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