Obama to apologize to Guatemala head on experiment
US apologizes for ’40s syphilis study in Guatemala
CDC chief picks 6 ‘winnable battles’ in health
SAfrican AIDS orphans aging
PRETORIA, South Africa — When the Mohau children’s home opened in 1997, orphans with AIDS died every other day. But these days, not one child has been lost in seven years — and as they age with the help of drugs they face the teen complexities of dating and sex.
Obama heckled on AIDS, gay rights at fundraiser
China mass measles vaccination plan sparks outcry
Time to get your flu shot, but just one this year
Judge recommends $12M settlement on bad peanuts
AIDS patients hurt by South African strike
AIDS activists: Chinese colleague detained
UNICEF: 155 die in Cameroon cholera outbreak
WHO says swine flu pandemic is over
GENEVA — The World Health Organization declared the swine flu pandemic officially over Tuesday, months after many national authorities started canceling vaccine orders and shutting down telephone hot lines as the disease ebbed from the headlines.
WHO: Decision on swine flu pandemic likely Tuesday
VA: 3 positive tests of vets at St. Louis clinic
APNewsBreak: 4 positive tests of St. Louis vets
AIDS spreading in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
AIDS conference chief lashes out at world leaders
VA: Some of the tested Mo. veterans have viruses
VA tech says she warned of sterilization problems
VA secretary: St. Louis mistakes ‘unacceptable’
New meningitis vaccine could stop outbreaks
Mexico declares end to 14-month swine flu scare
Cambodian PM and 3 ministers treated for swine flu
Experts urge reform of global drug policy
VIENNA — Policies that criminalize drug users fuel the spread of AIDS and should be reformed, experts preparing for an international conference said Monday.
2 experts resign from WHO swine flu review panel
SAfrica protesters march for US AIDS funding
WHO: Pharma interests didn’t influence flu verdict
AIDS groups protest against FIFA
JOHANNESBURG — AIDS awareness groups said Saturday they are protesting against FIFA for not allowing them to distribute health-related information and condoms at World Cup stadiums and fan events in South Africa.
AIDS groups protest FIFA ban policy
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — AIDS awareness groups said Saturday they are protesting a ban by the world soccer body FIFA on distributing health related information and condoms at World Cup stadiums and fan events in South Africa.
Council of Europe slams WHO handling of swine flu
WHO: spike in cholera cases in Somalia
GENEVA — The World Health Organization says cholera is spreading fast in Somalia as people flee fighting between the government and rebels.
WHO chief says swine flu is still a pandemic
3 Namibian women with HIV say they were sterilized
Study: fewer kids dying than previously thought
WHO says measles making ‘rapid comeback’
GENEVA — Measles is making a rapid comeback in African, Asian and even some European countries despite being easily avoided through vaccination, the World Health Organizations said Friday as countries pledged to sharply cut infections and deaths worldwide by 2015.
New strategy may be last shot to get rid of polio
Vaccine body supports WHO action on pneumonia
Bill Gates checks up on polio eradication in India
Chinese AIDS activist flees to US after harassment
China AIDS activist flees to US after harassment
UNICEF: Measles hits tens of thousands in Africa