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Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network | Achieving the "end to AIDS" is impossible without a renewed emphasis on human rights and without a major increase in resources.
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Gerry Caplan | With money for Wall Street bonuses and corporate tax breaks, Western governments never seem to have enough money for the AIDS epidemic. But it's political will, not cash, that's the real scarcity.
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Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network | Pressing issues for people living with or vulnerable to HIV and AIDS are made worse by Harper government policies on access to medicine, prison population growth and neglect of aboriginal communities.
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Maxine Davis | B.C.'s Centre of Excellence in HIV/AIDS now shows that HIV Treatment is also HIV Prevention. Daily HIV treatment has proven to be hugely effective in reducing HIV transmission.
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rabbleTV | In time for World AIDS Day, AIDS Action Now launched an advocacy video calling for the end of the Harper government's denial of the right to health for Canadians living with HIV and Hepatitis C.
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Shawn Syms | Sexually active people with HIV are not intrinsically devious and dangerous. No more so than all redheads are. Or any other definable group.
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United Steelworkers | Today is World AIDS Day. We need to learn and remember the impact of HIV/Aids in Canada, Africa and around the world.
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Mara Kardas-Nelson | Student groups come together to put on a week-long series of HIV/AIDS related events in celebration of World AIDS Day, December 1.