Viral Round-up 13.07.2015

A look at the latest HIV and Sexual Health news…

#BBCtrending: ‘I’m HIV positive … will you touch me?’

BBC News

Budget 2015: George Osborne urged to reverse public health cuts that will leave services ‘gutted’

The Independent

Faith groups can help boost healthcare in developing nations: experts

Reuters UK

Latent HIV cells only ‘wake up’ once a week after antiretroviral therapy, study finds

Medical News Today

HIV/AIDS scientist gets $1.5m US to study addiction in Vancouver and five other cities

The Province

Innovative Program Brings HIV Testing to Cambodian Communities

The Diplomat

Scientist imprisoned over fraudulent HIV vaccine research

Chemistry World

HIV vaccine from J&J starts human trials


Call for HIV/AIDS education

The Fiji Times

Longer secondary education protects against HIV infection, Botswana study shows


Algerian women with HIV suffer ‘double punishment’

Khaleej Times

Former head shop drug ‘Snow Blow’ linked to HIV surge in Dublin


Parents’ protests force Canadian Catholic school to put sex education lessons on ice

Christian Today

Op-ed: How the Media Looks at HIV in 2015 (It Mostly Doesn’t)

Two male victims of same-sex domestic violence speak out

Daily Mail

Simón Cazal looks to pope as ‘new weapon’ for LGBT people in Paraguay

The Guardian

System to Monitor HIV-TB Cases

The New India Express

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