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Peer help 4.11.2006 Hindu:Metro Plus: Delhi
The Church of North India, The Synodical Board of Health Services organised the AIDS Teen Peer Educators Training for school children on modes of transmission, signs and symptoms of HIV and AIDS. Over 100 students of 11th standard participated ...
Project to reduce transmission of HIV under way in three districts in State 4.11.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
`Corridors' project also covers three districts in Maharashtra
HIV/AIDS epidemic scare in Bhutan 4.11.2006 New Kerala: World News
Thimphu, Nov 4 : The Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan is racing against time to prevent HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, from assuming epidemic proportions with the nation witnessing a rise in the number of prostitutes and lack of safe sex practices.
Training programme for NGOs on HIV/AIDS 3.11.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
COIMBATORE: AIDS Prevention and Control (APAC) in co-ordination with Native Medicare Charitable Trust has launched a series of training programmes for non-Governmental organisations (NGOs). The third session of training for a batch of 25 NGOs ...
Palliative care `needs community support' 3.11.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Healthcare professionals could be roped in: expert
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'Flavoured condom ad in bad taste' 3.11.2006 CNN-IBN Top Stories
<img src="" alt="" border="0" width="70" height="50" align="left" hspace="5"/>Authorities want to stop the daytime airing of a TV advertisement promoting flavoured condoms saying it is obscene.
Miss Universe in Goa; meets child AIDS victims 3.11.2006 New Kerala: India News
Panaji, Nov 2: Miss Universe Zuleyka Rivera interacted with a group of children suffering from HIV/AIDS at a hotel near here this evening.
Tripura's Reang refugees affected by AIDS 3.11.2006 New Kerala: India News
Kanchanpur Refugee Camp (North Tripura), Nov 3: At least five Reang refugees staying in camps in North Tripura's Kanchanpur subdivision have been found suffering from AIDS, while 12 others have been declared HIV positive.
<b>Possible HIV antidote found in US</b> 3.11.2006 Express India-- Front Page
A study released by the Journal of Biological Chemistry magazine and carried out by United States scientists found an enzyme, which could help to prevent HIV infection.
18,000 students to aid in AIDS awareness 3.11.2006 New Indian Express
18,000 students to aid in AIDS awareness
Stress on lawyers' involvement to tackle AIDS 3.11.2006 The Assam Tribune
Stress on lawyers' involvement to tackle AIDS
3,074 units of blood units collected on single day! 3.11.2006 The Statesman
3,074 units of blood units collected on single day!
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Around the City 3.11.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Colleges Talk on AIDS programme for principals of all colleges in Krishna district will be held on November 10. The programme was to be held on November 1, according to a press release from the district coordinator of the ...
In Chennai Today 3.11.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Ramayanam: Keeranur Ramamurthi, 34, Balaji Nagar, 13th St, Adambakkam, 7 p.m. Gita: Radhika Krishnakumar, Chinmaya Heritage Centre, 13th Avenue, Harrington Rd, Chetpet, 11 a.m. Narayaneeyam: B. Kesava ...
Pune international marathon from Nov 26 3.11.2006 New Kerala: Maharashtra
Pune, Nov 2: International runners from 16 countries would participate in the Pune International Marathon, to be held on November 26.
Scientists see glimmer of an AIDS vaccine 3.11.2006 The Indian Express -- Front Page
Scientists say they have captured a snapshot of an immune system structure that could help them design a drug to boost the body's defences against the AIDS virus.
Social expectations stone-walling condom use among world's youth 3.11.2006 New Kerala: World News
London, Nov 3: A new review of qualitative studies on the sexual behaviour of under-25-year-olds has revealed the reason why AIDS campaigners around the world, despite enormous efforts, are finding little success in promoting safe sex among the youth.
A get-together with a difference 2.11.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
For people living with HIV/AIDS The participants will treasure it forever
A unique get-together 2.11.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
For people living with HIV/AIDS The participants will treasure it forever
Indian pioneer in TB control wins UN health prize 2.11.2006 Rediff: News
The Kochon Foundation was set up in 1973 by the late Chong-Kun Lee, chairman of the Chong Kun Dang Pharmaceutical Corp., one of the first TB drug manufacturers in South Korea.
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