Some of the nation’s leading infectious-disease fighters are speaking at an event in Baltimore highlighting efforts to stop the spread of Ebola and AIDS.
World AIDS Day is Dec. 1 and in an effort to bring awareness and information to the public about HIV and AIDS, free HIV testing and health clinics will be offered across various locations in Maryland.
Nearly 20 million cases of a sexually transmitted disease infection are reported each year in the United States and the number could be higher because many sufferers don’t show symptoms.
When AIDS first spread, its victims were treated as outcasts. The sick found it hard to care for themselves and few people were willing to help.
Number of HIV diagnoses among younger gay men increased from 2002 to 2011.
Australian company working with condom manufacturer to combine anti-viral gel with lubricant.
Virologists recently confirmed a 2001 finding that a flavor-enhancing molecule in the sauce could potentially be used to treat HIV.
Bus attack! A woman is stabbed multiple times while riding a Greyhound bus in Baltimore. The stranger who did it is on the loose.
Health officials in Prince George’s County are sponsoring an event designed to promote AIDS awareness.
Approximately 8,000 of people are expected to participate in the 27th annual AIDS Walk in Washington.
A medical breakthrough could save millions of lives. A child born HIV positive is now cured, and Hopkins doctors are behind the research.
AIDS was first recognized 31 years ago. Medical advancements and education has helped in the fight against the disease, but cities like Baltimore are an example that there’s still a long way to go.