World AIDS Day: a day to rethink HIV
Today is December 1st, a day that has been known as World AIDS Day since 1988!
This year’s ‘Think Positive: Rethink HIV’campaign is challenging people to rethink outdated stereotypes, challenge myths and be positive about HIV. Moreover, the World Health Organisation announced that they aim to end AIDS by 2030.
Following our tradition from previous years, a selection of recently publilshed, HIV-related papers from our Journal.
Unemployment, health, and education of HIV-infected males in Germany: This open access paper on people living with HIV/AIDS identifies socio-demographic and health-related factors corresponding with their labour market participation.
- A systematic review on considering treatment of male genital schistosomiasis as a tool for future HIV prevention.
For more HIV related papers, please click here!
What do you think? Is the WHO goal to end AIDS by 2030 feasible? What are the biggest challenges?
Thanks for sharing very informative.Lets all seek to Promote health and well-being for all people
ending the Aids scourge will take every ounce of strength we have due to its scope. we need the will power of nearly everyone on the globe.