Hope or hoax? Zambia officials warn of herbalists claiming cures for HIV/AIDS
by Global Press News Service
Patients who abandon antiretroviral drugs for herbal medicines risk death, experts say.
Jul 13, 2016
Seattle’s humanitarian drug trafficking ring
by Jessica Partnow
At the height of the AIDS crisis, nurse Carol Glenn ran a secret pipeline to get leftover drugs from Seattle to sick people in the developing world.
Dec 3, 2014
‘I wish I had AIDS’: Is the global health sector neglecting non-communicable diseases?
by Joanne Silberner
International donors have made big progress against high-profile diseases like HIV, TB and malaria. But Cambodian doctors say non-communicable diseases like diabetes and high blood pressure are on the rise and going untreated.
Feb 25, 2013
SIFF film picks from Africa
by Allison Barrett
Of the 460-odd films from 64 different countries playing at SIFF this year, only a thin slice hail from Africa. To be fair to the SIFF programmers, they can only screen the films that get submitted, and only a few African countries have robust film scenes. But c’mon – only 5 features and 4 shorts? […]
May 20, 2012