Read More

Jewish billionaire Marc Lasry celebrates Milwaukee's NBA championship

Marc Lasry attended a fundraiser for AIDS research in France led by legendary actress Sharon Stone and singer Alicia Keys before returning to the US to celebrate his team's triumph.


AIDS task force urges Israelis to have safe sex after jump in HIV cases

Many of those who tested positive stated that they had sex without a condom with a partner who claimed that he was on PrEP, a medicine used to prevent contracting HIV.


Health minister to remove blood donation restrictions from gay men

Incoming Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz, who is Israel's first LGBTQ+ Health Minister, plans on removing a form question that asks "have you engaged in sexual relations between men?"


UN staffer who complained of sexual assault loses dismissal case

"I am appalled that they reject any link between my harassment claim and my dismissal and that they refused to provide me with a copy of the report of the investigation."


Health Ministry releases statistics on HIV/AIDS cases within Israel

Some 7,970 individuals registered with HIV/AIDS are currently living in Israel.

3D print of HIV surface protein gp120. An antibody also is attached at the top (green and blue). Whe

First patient cured of HIV dies after cancer relapse

More than 37 million people worldwide are currently infected with HIV, and the AIDS pandemic has killed about 35 million people since it began in the 1980s.


Palestinian funding from Arab countries dropped by 85% in 2020

Their financial situation deteriorated amid the coronavirus pandemic, but also during a period when normalization agreements were being negotiated between several Gulf states and Israel.

Saudi Arabia sends aid to Lebanon in the aftermath of Beirut blast

Fifty aid flights, hundreds of specialists: Who is helping Beirut?

An analysis of the flights that landed at Beirut International Airport since August 4 reveals the level of support that has arrived.

Study predicts surge in HIV, TB and malaria deaths amid COVID-19 pandemic

The United Nations AIDS agency and the WHO warned last week of stock shortages, with more than a third of the world's countries already saying they are at risk of running of antiretrovirals.

3D print of HIV surface protein gp120. An antibody also is attached at the top (green and blue). Whe

Case of HIV patient in remission raises hopes for future AIDS cure

The intensified treatment was halted after 48 weeks, doctors said on Tuesday, and 57 weeks later his HIV DNA in cells and his HIV antibody test remain negative.

Subscribe for our daily newsletter
Subscribe for our daily newsletter

By subscribing I accept the terms of use and privacy policy