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The Biggest Myths About HIV and AIDS Busted

The myths around HIV and AIDS pose a huge danger to our health, and they spread as fast as the virus itself. Chances are you will find some surprises in what follows: Myth: You Can Only Protect Yourself From Getting HIV By Wearing A Condom. Busted: This was true until ...

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Movie Review: The Normal Heart

So after months of postponing, I finally got the movie, The Normal Heart, and settled down to watch it. The Normal Heart is a TV movie that aired on HBO more than a year ago. I had seen trailers and read countless reviews, but nothing really prepares you for how ...

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Pastor Foresees AIDS-Free World By Christmas If We “Kill The Homos Like God Recommends”

You know this world of men has come to a very bad place when professed men of God use the Old Testament to counter the message of Christ in the New Testament, when those who claim to serve God distort His word to satisfy the evil in their hearts. On ...

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‘He could bring us Ebola, AIDS or gonorrhea.’ Russian politician slams Apple CEO Tim Cook

A Russian politician says Apple CEO Tim Cook ‘should be banned’ from entering the country after he came out as gay for the first time. Anti LGBT campaigner, Vitaly Milonov reportedly suggested that head of the electronics giant could bring ‘the Ebola virus, Aids or gonorrhea’, drawing on his stereotypes ...

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‘The towels could have AIDS.’ – warns Preacher Pat Robertson about Kenya

Africa has suffered. Wallai! Day after day, we get westerners whose obnoxiousness and ignorance, whether deliberate or unknowing, show us up to be a really abhorrent continent. Just imagine this report. Apparently, TV preacher Pat Robertson recently warned his viewers that they needed to be careful when traveling to African ...

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Global AIDS epidemic can be controlled by 2030, U.N. says

New HIV infections and deaths from AIDS are decreasing, the United Nations said on Wednesday, making it possible to control the epidemic by 2030 and eventually end it “in every region, in every country”. “More than ever before, there is hope that ending AIDS is possible. However, a business-as-usual approach ...

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‘My 10 Years Of Living With HIV.’ – Bisi Alimi

This is Nigerian activist, Bisi Alimi’s story as published on the HuffingtonPost. It’s quite the compelling reveal. Read below. * The morning I was diagnosed with HIV was like most others. I had just left my hotel and was heading for the International convention center to attend the Fourth National ...

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Relapse of “cured” HIV patients spurs AIDS science on

Scientists seeking a cure for AIDS say they have been inspired, not crushed, by a major setback in which two HIV positive patients believed to have been cured found the virus re-invading their bodies once more. True, the news hit hard last month that the so-called “Boston patients” – two ...

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She tweets, she’s fired, and now, she’s apologizing for the offensive AIDS tweet about Africa

Justine Sacco, the PR Exec at InterActiveCorp, who posted the above tweet has issued a statement, apologizing for making the racist Tweet. She released the statement today to South African paper, The Star, a day after she was fired by IAC. Read the apology below.

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The Outrageous Tweet about Africa that ought to get someone Fired

Justine Sacco, the communications director for InterActiveCorp, better known as IAC based in New York, tweeted what you see above from an airport in London on her way to board a flight to an African country. How a cringe-worthy statement like this is ‘Just kidding’ is beyond me. Unfortunately for ...

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