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A man who was infected with HIV at birth 21 years ago due to a blood transfusion from the Red Crescent has broken his silence more than two decades later, saying he does not wish to stay in a country in which he has been alienated.
VANCOUVER - Agence France-Presse
Some 8,000 people with HIV in war-torn eastern Ukraine face a critical shortage of medicine and their supply will run out in mid-August unless a blockade is lifted, a U.N. AIDS envoy has warned
SEOUL, South Korea - The Associated Press
South Korea believes its MERS virus outbreak may have peaked, and experts say the next several days will be critical to determining whether the government's belated efforts have successfully stymied a disease that has killed nine people and infected more than 100 in the country.
A Turkish man, whose heart has stopped several times in the past four years, has cheated death one more time.
GİRESUN – Anadolu Agency
Five people have been diagnosed with anthrax in Black Sea province of Giresun this week, with authorities undertaking medical examinations in the neighborhood.
MONROVIA - Reuters
Liberia confirmed a third Ebola case on July 1, nearly two months after it was declared Ebola free, and officials said they were investigating whether the disease had spread through animals before resurfacing.
SEOUL - Agence France-Presse
Hundreds of schools closed June 4 in South Korea as officials struggled to ease growing panic over an outbreak of the MERS virus that has infected 35 people, killed two and caused thousands to cancel travel plans.
HAVANA - Reuters
The World Health Organization on June 30 declared Cuba the first country in the world to eliminate the transmission of HIV and syphilis from mother to child.
OTTOWA - Agence France-Presse
A Canadian court has ordered tobacco firms to pay 15.5 billion Canada Dollars ($12.4 billion) to smokers in Quebec who claimed they were never warned about health risks linked to smoking
SUWON, South Korea - Reuters
Thousands of South Korean schools that were shut to stop the spread of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) reopened on June 15 as the country sought to return to normal, nearly four weeks into an outbreak that shows signs of slowing.
South Korea on June 2 reported its first deaths from MERS, in the largest outbreak outside the Middle East that has infected 25 people and triggered widespread public alarm.
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The Turkish Medical Association (TTB) has announced that medical personnel around the country will halt all non-emergency services on June 1 after a doctor was killed on duty