The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) made the right call at the right time by allowing over-the-counter sales of HIV home test kits in Thailand.
Since the HIV outbreak in 2014, nearly 300 affected residents have been struggling to get back on their feet.
Theater group Phnom Penh Players is using their arts to help out a cause closely related to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning and intersex (LGBTQI) group in Cambodia.
Scientific investigation into the world’s second man cleared of the AIDS virus is zooming in on a gene and a treatment side-effect, as newly-enthused researchers strive to find a cure for the disease that has killed millions.
PM says the Kingdom is not ready to create legislation to allow same-sex marriages.
The disease has changed in many ways since then. Once it was a deadly disease with high infectivity and no Antiretroviral Therapy (ART). Today, it is very much under control with the use of better ART.
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The Cambodia Human Rights Committee has defended the government’s record on LGBT rights.
The US Food and Drug Administration gives green light to multiple innovative drugs.
Libyan Health Ministry says nearly 5,000 HIV infections are reported since Jan 2018.
Intravenous injections have caused widespread HIV infection in Myanmar’s Sagaing.
Indonesia has set a target of three zeros by 2030 in tackling HIV and AIDS.
The National AIDS Authority and the AIDS Healthcare Foundation appeal for support to eradicate HIV/AIDS in the Kingdom by 2025.
Tomorrow is World AIDS Day. While Cambodia has made remarkable progress in the fight against AIDS, strong and continued investment in HIV programmes is crucial if the Kingdom wants to end the epidemic as a public health threat by 2030.
Russia and some former Soviet Union countries risk developing out-of-control HIV epidemics, experts said on Wednesday, after data showed a record number of new cases last year.
The National AIDS Authority to provide skills training for HIV sufferers.
The National AIDS Authority, in cooperation with the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, will provide skills training and improve treatment for HIV sufferers through a five-year strategic plan running from 2020 to 2025.
Two victims who contracted HIV while under the care of disgraced doctor Yem Chrin in Roka commune have died.
South Sudan inaugurates a major disease surveillance center to enhance its capacity.
When Danielis Diaz stopped receiving HIV/AIDS drugs four months ago, she had a life or death choice – stay home and become another lifeless casualty of Venezuela’s crumbling health system, or flee to Colombia.
Botswana to redouble its efforts to address unemployment, poverty, crime and AIDS.
A total of 451 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have tested positive for (HIV).
Siem Reap’s famous cat lady, Josette Vanneur, arrives at the Cat Pagoda* at 8.30am sharp – as she does every second day and as she has done for the last five-and-a-half years.
Telecom Ministry holds a workshop to support bid to rid the country of AIDS by 2025.
GlaxoSmithKline injection proved as effective as standard daily pills for controlling AIDS.
The Supreme Court decides to indefinitely postpone the appeal hearing of Yem Chrin.
The Supreme Court decided to indefinitely postpone the appeal hearing of Yem Chrin, an unlicensed doctor serving 25 years in prison for spreading HIV to nearly 300 villagers in Battambang province’s Roka commune in 2014.
AIDS experts have called for an end to laws that can see HIV-positive people jailed for exposing others to the virus, saying the approach was “unscientific” and worsening the killer epidemic.
Sri Lanka’s medical officials will carry out an AIDS awareness campaign in tourist hotels.
“Black Cover” is a book containing seven stories of the society and of love. The book was published in 2008 by the Cambodia-Sweden Literature Association.