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Why are key populations on the blindspot in the global HIV response?

HIV infections have remained largely confined to a few population groups, such as, gay men and other men who have sex with men, people who ...
Jul 20

We have more infection-prevention options now but are they actual choices for the people?

There are at least two elements of choice- choices in products, and also choices in terms of where I want it and from whom I ...
Jul 19

Hormone Modulating Therapy for Breast Cancer and Its Link to Lower Alzheimer’s Risk

The study’s findings emphasize the importance of considering individual patient factors when prescribing medications or developing treatment plans for breast cancer....
Jul 18

Putting people first means following Gandhi's Talisman

n a world plagued by inequality, putting people first across all aspects of the HIV response is a moral imperative and the only viable route ...
Jul 17

Alarming Rise in Death's Due to HIV Among Students in Tripura: Urgent Need for Action

The rise in HIV cases among students is not just a health crisis but a social one as well. It affects families, communities, and the ...
Jul 12

Twice-Yearly Injection Shows 100% HIV Protection in Young Women

As the drug moves through regulatory and accessibility phases, there is optimism that it will become a widely available and effective tool in the global ...
Jul 11

Will #PutPeopleFirst mantra drive HIV responses?

AIDS 2024 is being organised by International AIDS Society (IAS) along with the government of Germany and partners. “Germany has a low rate of HIV ...
Jul 10

Advanced MRI Technique Offers Hope for Early Pancreatic Cancer Detection

The development of this new MRI technique represents a significant leap forward in the fight against pancreatic cancer....
Jun 29

Tragic Illicit Liquor Incident in Kallakurichi: Rising Deaths Prompt Swift Government Action

Community awareness programs are being planned to educate people on the dangers of consuming unregulated alcohol and to encourage them to report any illegal activities ...
Jun 22

Another feather in the cap of treatment as HIV prevention

There is no time to waste if we are to translate these exciting clinical trial results into actual public health impact and expand the toolbox ...
Jun 22

Understanding Hemophilia: The Hidden Disorder Affecting Many in India

Hemophilia is a serious but manageable condition. Increased awareness, early diagnosis, and access to modern treatments can significantly improve the quality of life for those ...
Jun 20

Alka Yagnik Opens Up About Rare Hearing Loss and Importance of Hearing Health

Sensory neural nerve hearing loss, also known as sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL), occurs when there is damage to the inner ear or the nerve pathways ...
Jun 20

Are we on track to end AIDS, end viral hepatitis and end STIs by 2030?

My message is to connect, reconnect, and recommit to ending AIDS by 2030 - and - do it by bringing along other disease areas as well...
Jun 14

From the frontlines: Homeless person won over alcoholism, survived floods and defeated TB

But the path to his recovery was fraught with more challenges. In mid-2023, Delhi battled one of its worst flood-like situations in several ...
Jun 12

TruAlt Bioenergy’s subsidiary, Leafiniti Bioenergy supplies over 1000 tons of Compressed Biogas to AG&P Pratham in just 5 months

We are proud to contribute to India's bioenergy goals and to work with AG&P in delivering sustainable energy solutions. Our commitment to innovation ...
Jun 11

Right diagnostic test and right treatment at the right time can prevent antimicrobial resistance

Addressing AMR is a shared responsibility. Health authorities, healthcare providers, and the public must work together to promote the responsible use of antimicrobials. Enhancing microbiological ...
Jun 08

Promising New HIV Vaccine Candidate Shows Early Success: A Hopeful Step in HIV Research

While there is no cure yet, advancements in research, such as the recent vaccine trial, provide hope for a future where HIV can be effectively ...
Jun 06

Protect the medicines that protect us

The new series by The Lancet on AMR has put forward the 10-20-30 global targets for sustainable access to effective antibiotics: a 10% ...
Jun 05

Potential Risks of Meftal: What Consumers and Doctors Should Know

By staying informed, consulting healthcare professionals, and reporting any adverse reactions, we can ensure safer use of these medications....
May 18

AHF India Cares partners with Palladium India in a groundbreaking community-based HIV testing and linkage project across 9 states and 22 districts of India

This year, the program has already screened 66,187 people for HIV, of which 994 people are HIV positive with 84% linked to Antiretroviral Therapy (...
May 17

Ramaiah Memorial Hospital Launches Novel Intra-Operative Radiation Therapy (IORT); Achieves significant advancement in Cancer Treatment to Enhance Quality of Life

As per the National Cancer Registry under ICMR-NCDIR, female breast cancer (FBC) is the leading cause of cancer incidence and mortality in India and ...
May 16

Unlocking New Horizons: Gene Therapies for Hearing Loss and Blindness

These developments offer hope to individuals with genetic disorders, demonstrating the potential to transform lives and lead the way toward a healthier future....
May 10

TIPS FOR PREGNANCY CARE DURING SUMMER

Pregnant women can enjoy great outdoors throughout the summer months,but its crucial to take care to maintain a safe and healthy pregnancy....
May 03

Now You Can Also Buy Insurance For Your Parents Aged Above 65 years: IRDAI Lifts Age Cap for Health Insurance Expanding Healthcare Access

IRDAI has also introduced critical changes related to pre-existing conditions and waiting periods in health insurance policies. The waiting period for coverage of pre-...
Apr 29

The chasm between TB and HIV continues

One-third of HIV treatment service providers do not provide TB treatment and three-fourth of TB service providers do not provide HIV treatment. This ...
Apr 02

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