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12:40

LifeStyle

Aids: a success story for researchers

ARANTXA HERRANZ

December 1st is World Aids Day. Since the first cases of HIV were announced over 35 years ago, 78 million people around the world have contracted it and 35 million have died from related illnesses. However, during this time it has passed from being ... into one single pill, which makes it easier for the patient to take and improves their quality of life. The aim of the United Nations is to put an end to the Aids epidemic as a threat to public health by 2030. To do that, the number of new ... infections needs to be drastically reduced and the trajectory of the epidemic has to be changed. The UN considers that putting an end to the Aids epidemic would produce advances in the whole spectrum of civil, cultural, economic, political, social, sexual

19:26

National

The Spanish health service now finances a pill that prevents HIV in people who are at high risk

E.P.

...about whether to include it in national health financing. On 10 October, the secretary of the National Plan against Aids, Julia del Amo, announced at the XI Congress of the State HIV and Aids Coordinator (Cesida) that it would be included from now on. ... HIV figures Sunday 1 December is World Aids Day, and the news that this tablet is now free in Spain has been welcomed by those involved in the medical sector. Recent figures from the European Centre for the Prevention and Control of Illnesses and the

12:34

LifeStyle

"Aids has generated some spectacular advances"

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Santiago Moreno is the head of the infectious illnesses department at the Ramón y Cajal hospital in Madrid and one of the coordinators of the Aids research network in Spain. In his opinion, Aids research has probably resulted in one of the most ... reality is very different; far from being controlled, the epidemic is still expanding," he says. feature Aids: a success story for researchers This expert in epidemiology says he is afraid that society and, above all, "the institutions and ... scientific level there have been spectacular advances in research and immunology, but work is still needed on other aspects. Although Aids is not as feared now as it was, "people with it are still stigmatised," he says, even when they are undergoing treatment

11:10

LifeStyle

Torremolinos joins World Aids Day awareness campaign

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos participated in events commemorating Worlds Aids Day last Friday. Organised by the Torremolinos town hall and several local LGBTI groups, a programme of informative, educational and recreational activities were staged at different ... locations in the town. World Aids Day, commemorated on 1 December every year since 1988, is dedicated to raising awareness of the pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection, and mourning those who have died of the disease. In 2016, Torremolinos ... The red ribbon is the global symbol for solidarity with people infected with HIV and those living with Aids. Informative advice Following the presentation in Plaza Blas Infante, the emphasis shifted to the town centre, where the Spanish

16:52

LifeStyle

More men than women suffer from infections caused by unprotected sex

A. ESCALERA

...are men, and 40 per cent are women. Looking at the situation of HIV-Aids infections, the difference is even greater, because more than 80 per cent of new cases diagnosed in Malaga are men. In the past five years, 1,011 new HIV-Aids cases have been

13:00

LifeStyle

What is everyday life like for someone with HIV or Aids?

PABLO MARINETTI

Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (Aids) tried to put to rest myths about the illness and provide information about strategies to prevent infection. The event was organised by the university's vice chancellor and the Citizens ... Anti-Aids Association of Malaga (Asima), and was led by Francisco Camino. The objective was to make young people more aware of the illnesses and offer a new perspective about what it means to suffer from it on a medical and social level. With that in mind, ... and “what is the day-to-day life like for an infected person?” were others asked by those present. It is probable that within 15 or 20 years HIV and Aids will be “under control”The first person on the sofa to answer all these questions was Dr Jesús

13:21

Local

Book market raises 2,000 euros for Cudeca

Tony Bryant

...and audio-visual aids. In addition to helping Cudeca, the initiative is part of the town's recycling programme and also aims to foster an interest in reading. The money will be added to the 2,562 euros that has been raised during the weekly book

19:14

LifeStyle

Feeling desperate for a hug? Science can explain why

ROCÍO MENDOZA

...information through the skin when the rest of the senses have yet to develop, aids the baby's wellbeing and cerebral development. "Studies suggest that those who have been deprived of that physical contact in the first months of life develop more

17:30

Local

What do people in Malaga die of?

nuria triguero

...of good news in last year's figures: no women died giving birth and there was only one case of sudden death of a child (there were two the year before). The number of people who died from Aids remained at the same level as in recent years, around 20.

13:44

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Welsh composer Karl Jenkins honoured in choir concert

SUR in english

...tickets, call 952 775492 / 686 277 272 or e-mail info@colmus.org. The performance will be repeated at a charity concert on Tuesday, 28 May, 9.30pm in the Encarnación church in Marbella old town. This is a benefit concert for the local AIDS charity,