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A third of trusts in the red - BMA responds to NHS financial report
The latest NHS quarterly financial performance report, published today (Tuesday 20 February, 2007) shows that almost a third of England's hospital tru...
02.20.2007 British Medical Association (BMA)
Rebels Undermine HIV Care in Indian [Hotspot] State
Rebel underground groups (UGs) disrupt HIV treatment in the northeastern Indian state of Manipur by demanding up to 20% of money earmarked for AIDS se...
02.19.2007 World AIDS News by Mark Mascolini, International AIDS Society (IAS)
Zanzibar Worries About 50% Climb in HIV Rate
HIV prevalence rose 50% in Zanzibar in the past 4 years, a jump prompting the semiautonomous Tanzanian island to revamp its HIV prevention program, Pl...
02.19.2007 World AIDS News by Mark Mascolini, International AIDS Society (IAS)
Malaysia Predicts 4-Fold Rise in HIV Prevalence
Malaysia's HIV rate could quadruple by 2015, a public health official warned, unless the country takes strong steps to curb the epidemic....
02.16.2007 World AIDS News by Mark Mascolini, International AIDS Society (IAS)
[Nonsensical] freezes on surgery - BMA chairman warns of worse to come
Responding to reports today (Wednesday 14 February, 2007) that hospitals across London are being forced to delay routine operations because of financi...
02.14.2007 British Medical Association (BMA)
Lack of Testing, Transport Hurt Malawi AIDS Orphans
Lack of HIV tests in rural Malawi and difficulty getting to HIV treatment centers make life even more difficult than it would already be for Malawi's ...
02.13.2007 World AIDS News by Mark Mascolini, International AIDS Society (IAS)
Abbott Promises to Lower Kaletra Price in Thailand
After Thailand issued a compulsory license for purchase of generic Kaletra (lopinavir/ritonavir), Kaletra's maker promised in principle to trim the pr...
02.12.2007 World AIDS News by Mark Mascolini, International AIDS Society (IAS)
Late HIV Diagnosis May Be Common in African Youth
More than 3 years elapsed between the first symptoms of AIDS and diagnosis of HIV infection in a small group of children studied in Harare, Zimbabwe, ...
02.10.2007 World AIDS News by Mark Mascolini, International AIDS Society (IAS)
   
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