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Mississippi Child's HIV Treatment a Medical Breakthrough
It's a life-changing medical breakthrough. Doctors in Mississippi say they have cured a baby of HIV. If the child remains healthy, it would be the world's second reported cure, but the first ever in a baby.
Local Groups Take Lessons from International AIDS Conference
The number of AIDS cases in the Memphis area is sky high.
Mixed Reaction About New At-Home HIV Tests
Take-home kits to test for HIV are now a reality.
Announcement: NAACP Urges African American Church Leaders to Participate In Day of Unity
The NAACP National Health Department is asking African-American church leaders across the country to join the NAACP in a national ‘Day of Unity’ on Sunday, July 8, 2012, to announce the release of the pastoral brief and training manual entitled The Black Church and HIV: The Social Justice Imperative.
Man Found Guilty of Raping, Exposing Granddaughter to HIV
It only took a jury 20 minutes to find a man Memphis guilty of raping his own granddaughter and knowingly exposing her to HIV.
Planned Parenthood Files Suit to Restore Funding
Affiliates of Planned Parenthood are suing the Tennessee Health Department to have their funding restored.
Memphis Churches Observe World AIDS Sunday
Memphis churches remind parishoners about the disease in Sunday services.
Le Bonheur Remembers HIV/AIDS Victims
It was a beautiful night Thursday, December 1, 2011 for an observance of "World Aids Day."
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