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US lifts HIV/Aids immigration ban  The US has lifted a 22-year immigration ban which has stopped anyone with HIV/Aids from entering the country U.N.: New HIV infections decreasing  New infections have fallen worldwide by 17 percent over the past eight years, a testament to prevention efforts   Obama to lift HIV entry ban soon  President Barack Obama: The US is to end its 22-year ban on people with HIV entering the country US HIV rate 'higher than thought'  US health officials: 56,000 people had become infected with the virus that causes Aids in 2006 Global effort on World Aids Day   Bush has urged the Congress to authorise the doubling of financial aid to combat HIV to $30bn over the next five years HIV estimates reduced to 33m
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1. 2015-09-22 US drug company to cut 5,000% price rise after backlash USA
2. 2014-07-20 US HIV infection rate drops a third USA
3. 2014-07-10 HIV re-emerges in 'cured' US girl Mississippi
4. 2014-03-05 Second US HIV-positive baby 'cured' California
2013-03-03 HIV baby 'cured' by treatment Mississippi
6. 2012-10-05 Canada eases HIV disclosure law Canada
7. 2012-07-16 US approves HIV-prevention drug USA
8. 2011-06-08 UN chief calls for 'end to Aids' New York
9. 2011-05-12 Drugs 'help reduce' HIV transmission USA

Canada eases HIV disclosure law  Canada's Supreme Court has said people with a low HIV viral load and who use condoms need not reveal their condition to a sexual partner US approves HIV-prevention drug  US health regulators have for the first time approved a drug to prevent HIV infection   UN chief calls for 'end to Aids'  UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has called for global action to end the Aids disease by 2020 Drugs 'help reduce' HIV transmission
US drug company to cut 5,000% price rise after backlash  Turing Pharmaceuticals that faced a backlash after raising the price of a Aids patients drug by over 5,000% has said it will lower the price US HIV infection rate drops a third  The rate of HIV infections diagnosed in the United States has fallen by a third over the past decade, researchers say HIV re-emerges in 'cured' US girl  A baby girl in the US born with HIV and believed cured after very early treatment has now been found to still harbour the virus Second US HIV-positive baby 'cured'  US researchers have revealed another baby carrying the HIV virus, which leads to Aids, may have been cured through early treatment HIV baby 'cured' by treatment

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Sep.22   USA

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Jul.20   USA
Jul.10   Mississippi
Mar.5   California

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Mar.3   Mississippi
  A baby girl in the US born with HIV appears to have been cured after very early treatment with standard drug therapy, researchers say

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Oct.5   Canada
Jul.16   USA

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Jun.8   New York
May.12   USA
  An HIV-positive person who takes anti-retroviral drugs after diagnosis can cut the risk of spreading the virus by 96%

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Jan.3   Washington

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Nov.24   UN
Oct.30   Washington

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Aug.2   USA

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Nov.30   U.S. Congress
Nov.20   UN
  The UN has reduced its estimates of how many people are infected with HIV in 2007 from nearly 40m to 33m
Sep.21   USA Merck abandons HIV vaccine trials  International drug company has halted trials on an HIV vaccine that was regarded as one of the most promising in the fight against AIDS May.8   New York Clinton unveils Aids drugs deal  The agreements with drug companies is to lower the price of 'second-line' drugs for people in the developing world for less than $1 a day

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Aug.13   Canada Gates: 'Women key to Aids policy'
  The philanthropist has said the key to stopping the pandemic lies in giving women the power to protect themselves Jul.13   USA 3-in-1 HIV pill is licensed in US  A once-a-day treatment combining 3 drugs in one pill, has been licensed for the first time Jun.27   Washington U.S. capital in HIV test initiative  Health authorities in Washington DC are launching a scheme targeting everyone aged between 14 and 84 Jun.2   UN UN agrees global Aids declaration  A conference has agreed a declaration designed to be a global blueprint for tackling the disease

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Jun.2   UN   Annan: HIV/AIDS efforts 'insufficient'
  Secretary-General told a conference on HIV/AIDS that the global response to the disease was insufficient

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Jul.6   UN   UN: World failing in AIDS fight
  Almost 5 million people became infected with HIV last year -- the largest number of new infections since 1981

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