MORE than half of HIV sufferers aged over 50 are living in poverty, according to a new study published today.
Research by the Terrence Higgins Trust found that 58 per cent of those with the condition are in poverty, twice that of the general population, while 82 per cent experienced...
Thursday 19th Jan 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
by Steve Sweeney
A “GAME-CHANGING” HIV drug will be available to NHS patients in England following a successful legal challenge, it was announced yesterday.
NHS England had fought a bitter court battle, arguing that it was not responsible for the funding of...
Monday 5th Dec 2016
Aids, assisted dying, domestic abuse – popular radio and TV programmes are tackling social issues as never before, says PAUL DONOVAN
Thursday 14th Apr 2016
posted by Morning Star in Arts
SAM WOOD reports on a campaign that confronts big pharmaceutical companies about their rip-off prices
Saturday 9th Apr 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
PM worried teens might learn about ‘risky sex’
Wednesday 30th Dec 2015
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
From Aids to Ebola, Cuba has made tremendous strides forward in 2015, writes OLLIE HOPKINS
Tuesday 29th Dec 2015
SINGAPORE yesterday announced it had partially lifted a two-decade ban on HIV-positive people entering the country — prompting a cautious welcome from health campaigners.
According to the country’s Health Ministry the ban was lifted on April 1 this year, although this was...
Tuesday 1st Sep 2015
posted by Morning Star in World
by Our Foreign Desk
THE United States and Cuba agreed to open embassies in each other’s capitals yesterday.
The agreement marks the biggest tangible step in the countries’ historic bid to restore ties after more than a half-century of hostilities.
Thursday 2nd Jul 2015
FAYE LIPSON explores Fire in the Blood, a documentary exposing the corporate genocide of
Aids drug patenting
Monday 30th Mar 2015
posted by Faye Lipson in Features
Tuesday 2nd Dec 2014