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working on the prevention, detection, and treatment of HIV. With 35 years breaking down barriers to save more lives.
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We provide treatment to over 1,825,000 individuals in 45 countries
The world has the formula to end AIDS by 2030, but that goal will not be achieved without the necessary determination and action, says the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) in its most
The Colombian government is about to authorize the entry of the generic version of dolutegravir, one of the most used and effective drugs in antiretroviral treatment, which controls HIV. Resolution
People ‘HIV controllers’ may be more susceptible to non-AIDS-related illnesses compared to people who are being treated for the infection, a new study has revealed. People living with the virus
Did you know… Botswana, Eswatini, Rwanda, the United Republic of Tanzania, and Zimbabwe are the first countries to achieve the “95-95-95” targets? This means that 95% of people living with HIV know their serological status, 95% of them receive antiretroviral treatment, and 95% remain undetectable.