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HIV - AIDS

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  • Gov. Pence extends needle-exchange program to curb HIV

    Gov. Pence extends needle-exchange program to curb HIV
    Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has extended a needle-exchange program in a southern Indiana county to help combat an HIV outbreak. Pence on Monday approved a 30-day extension of a March 26 executive order declaring a public health emergency in Scott County,...
  • US sues NY plastic surgery practice, alleging discrimination

    A federal prosecutor has sued a cosmetic surgery practice with offices in Manhattan and on Long Island, saying it discriminates against prospective customers with HIV. U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara (buh-RAH'-ruh) brought the lawsuit Wednesday against...
  • GlaxoSmithKline opts to hold on to HIV business

    British-based drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline opted Wednesday to keep its stake in its stand-alone HIV business as it set out its strategy following a big deal with Switzerland's Novartis. GSK said it has cancelled an initial public offering of its holding...
  • Pence signs needle-exchange bill as HIV outbreak cases grow

    Indiana communities facing an HIV epidemic tied to intravenous drug use will have a way to implement needle-exchange programs under a measure Gov. Mike Pence signed into law Tuesday, as the number of confirmed cases in a rural outbreak grew to nearly 150....
  • Needle exchanges could stem HIV outbreak

    Needle exchanges could stem HIV outbreak
    An HIV outbreak in Scott County, Ind., has infected 106 people thus far, and despite reservations, Gov. Mike Pence green-lit a 30-day needle exchange program to stem the tide. But public health advocates say the exchange program should be extended to...
  • Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signs needle-exchange bill as HIV outbreak cases grow

    Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signs needle-exchange bill as HIV outbreak cases grow
    Indiana communities facing an HIV epidemic tied to intravenous drug use will have a way to implement needle-exchange programs under a measure Gov. Mike Pence signed into law Tuesday, as the number of confirmed cases in a rural outbreak grew to nearly 150....
  • Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapers

    The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne. May 4, 2015. A calculated gamble for the governor Aside from those friendly bets with another governor over a Colts game, Mike Pence is no fan of gambling. His former congressional district conveniently split Dearborn...
  • San Diego man sentenced to jail for not telling partner he is HIV positive

    San Diego man sentenced to jail for not telling partner he is HIV positive
    A San Diego man was sentenced Monday to six months in jail after pleading no contest to a charge of violating a California health code by failing to tell a sex partner that he was HIV positive. Thomas Miguel Guerra, 30, pleaded no contest to violating a...
  • Registered sexual predator accused of spreading HIV

    A Jacksonville man deputies say is a sexual predator has been accused of knowingly spreading HIV to at least one victim. WTLV-TV (http://fcnews.tv/1bYkcfP) reports 47-year-old Cameron Malone is being held without bond in the Clay County Jail for...
  • State Attorney's Office will not prosecute former police officer in HIV case

    State Attorney's Office will not prosecute former police officer in HIV case
    The State Attorney's Office has concluded there is not enough evidence to prosecute a former police officer who was accused of knowingly infecting a woman with HIV. Agents with the U.S. Marshals Task Force had arrested Dexter Richardson on July 27 on...
  • NIH Building Named In Weicker's Honor

    NIH Building Named In Weicker's Honor
    In the early 1980s, the AIDS virus was just emerging as a major public health problem. The drug AZT, virtually unknown to the public at the time, was identified by experts as a medicine that promised to help slow the spread of the deadly virus. The...