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Berkhatan melindungi lelaki homoseksual daripada HIV dan jangkitan kelamin

Prosedur berkhatan semakin menjadi pilihan bukan sahaja mereka yang beragama Islam malah semua kaum.

Pakistan cops arrest doctor after 90 infected by HIV syringe

The suspect, who has HIV, was nabbed after complaints were lodged by health authorities.

Treatment prevents sexual HIV transmission among gay men

Researchers estimate the antiretroviral treatment prevented around 470 HIV transmissions within couples during the study period.

HIV: Apa remaja perlu ketahui implikasi dan cara elak

Remaja tidak boleh mengelakkan daripada dijangkiti HIV jika mereka tidak mengetahui bagaimana ia merebak dari seorang individu ke individu lain.

HIV doesn’t define me, says ex-flight attendant

Tareq Nassri speaks of his long journey to self-actualisation.

Can cybersex boost the quality of your relationship?

As controversial as it is, researchers say cybersex can boost intimacy, conquer low self-esteem and improve the stability of a relationship.

In US, 1st kidney transplant from living donor with HIV

Thousands of people die each year in the US awaiting organ transplants.

Do your bit to support workers with HIV, bosses told

The corporate environment in Malaysia does not favour workers with HIV, but employers have been told to do their part to reduce discrimination against such individuals.

Tak perlu panggung wayang, media sosial dah cukup, kata MB Kelantan

Kesedaran mengenai HIV perlu dipertingkatkan dan menjadi tanggungjawab bersama untuk mencegahnya.

AIDS workers regret PPBM man’s ‘ignorance’

The disease hits across all sexual orientations, say activists in response to Noor Azmi Ghazali's anti-LGBT remarks in Parliament.

Hannah Yeoh pledges RM10,000 for AIDS council

On International Women's Day, Hannah Yeoh says it’s time for all to do more to help those living with HIV in Malaysia.

The angel giving cast-out Muslim women with AIDS hope for a...

Funds and volunteer helpers for this life-saving home are both in short supply.

What the ‘London patient’ means for HIV/AIDS research

A HIV patient in London with Hodgkin lymphoma received a stem cell transplant that contains a gene mutation for HIV resistance.

London HIV patient becomes world’s second AIDS cure hope

The case is proof of the concept that scientists will one day be able to end AIDS.

Can I still get HIV from intercourse without ejaculation?

The use of condoms is highly advised to mitigate the risk of transmitting sexually-transmitted infections such as HIV.

Fury at HIV data leak in conservative Singapore

While Singapore is modern in many ways, observers say social attitudes have not progressed at the same pace.

India takes ‘big step’ in AIDS fight with gay sex ruling

Many gay and transgender people say they encounter discrimination and stigma during health checkups, leading some to avoid doctors' visits altogether.

Money, focus needed for Trump’s ‘end HIV’ plan to work

Although no dollar figure has been announced yet, details began to emerge of the plan touted by Trump in his State of the Union address the previous night.

Trump seeks to ‘eliminate HIV’ in US within 10 years

President Donald Trump used his State of the Union address on Tuesday to call for a bipartisan commitment to eradicate AIDS in the United States within a decade.

US citizen leaks data on thousands in Singapore with HIV

Leaked records relate to 5,400 Singaporeans and 8,800 foreigners diagnosed with HIV.

NGO launches campaign to raise funds for women, girls living with...

The Malaysian AIDS Foundation says the objective of the campaign is to equip them with knowledge and skills to start small-scale businesses.

Chinese gay dating app halts registration after underage HIV report

Many gay teenagers having unprotected sex through the app have contracted HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.

Sex parties not hard to find in demure Malaysia, says veteran...

The New Year is always party time and people seeking incognito sex use social media to arrange orgies.

Time to debunk myths on HIV

There is no evidence to show that a HIV-infected individual needs to be bathed in bleach or wrapped in plastic upon his or her death.