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Tackling HIV differently

By Eriasa Mukiibi Sserunjogi Hillary Clinton calls for review in strategy in the fight against HIV/AIDS When Hillary Clinton first came to Uganda in the mid 1990s, Uganda had, in her opinion, the best HIV/AIDS prevention and control programme in the world. The HIV prevalence rate had been drastically reduced …

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HIV discordance puzzles scientists

By Henry Zakumumpa Researchers are yet to fully understand the causes of discordance among couples although several researches are ongoing. Habib Mukasa plies the Mombasa-Kampala route transporting second hand Japanese cars for a major car dealer with a bonded warehouse in Nakawa in Kampala. Mukasa spends the better part of …

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The HIV Shift

By Henry Zakumumpa Unfaithful couples contributing to ominous rise in national infection rates New studies in Uganda show that married or co-habiting couples today stand a higher risk of contracting HIV than single or young people. This marks an astonishing shift in the pandemics infection patterns in the country. Uganda’s …

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