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Man Pleads Guilty to Using AIDS as Weapon

Man Pleads Guilty to Using AIDS as Weapon

A man pleaded guilty in a Dallas court Thursday to having unprotected sex with women without telling them he had AIDS, the Dallas Morning News reported.

Nathaniel Tumbwe will be sentenced to 15 years in prison for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon -- the possible transmission of his disease.

Senh: When you think about it, it makes sense. AIDS does kill, and it kills slowly too.

 

Scientists Discover Most Powerful HIV Antibody Yet

The latest research puts scientists much closer to finding a HIV vaccine.

 

Stronger vaginal gels tested against HIV

Try after try to make vaginal creams that could repel the AIDS virus have failed. Now researchers are testing if a drug used to treat HIV infection ...

 

China lifts travel ban on HIV visitors

China lifts travel ban on HIV visitors

The Chinese government has lifted a 20-year-old rule that banned foreigners with HIV and AIDs, sexually transmitted diseases and leprosy from entering the country, according to the country's state news agency.

 

D.C. offers free female condoms

D.C. offers free female condoms

First-of-its-kind program in a U.S. city is designed to help women guard against HIV/AIDS infection.

 

Scientists say crack HIV/AIDS puzzle for drugs

Scientists say crack HIV/AIDS puzzle for drugs

Scientists say they have solved a crucial puzzle about the AIDS virus after 20 years of research and that their findings could lead to better treatments for HIV.

 

U.S. ends HIV-related travel restriction

Tourists, business people and other foreign nationals who are HIV-positive will find it easier starting Monday to obtain short-term visas to visit the United States.

 

U.N.: HIV outbreak peaked in 1996

The number of people worldwide infected with the virus that causes AIDS about 33 million has remained virtually unchanged for ...

 

Obama Lifts Ban on Visitors With H.I.V.

The president described the 22-year-old rule as a 'decision rooted in fear rather than fact.'

 

First HIV Vaccine Helps Prevent AIDS Infection

First HIV Vaccine Helps Prevent AIDS Infection

For the first time, an experimental vaccine has prevented infection with the AIDS virus, a watershed event in the deadly epidemic and a surprising result. Recent failures led many scientists to think such a vaccine might never be possible.

The World Health Organization and the U.N.

 

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