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David D. Ho, MD, the director of ADARC at Columbia University, will receive the National Leadership Recognition Award from the National AIDS Memorial on Dec. 1, World AIDS Day.
The day, founded in 1988 by WHO and UNAIDS, is meant to unite people in the fight against HIV, show support for people living with HIV, and remember those who have died from the disease.
2020 marks 40 years since the first cases of AIDS were reported in the United States, a pandemic that has led to nearly 700,000 lives lost and still no cure four decades later.
NPR China correspondents Emily Feng and John Ruwitch take a look at why China's pressing ahead and what's at stake.
The National AIDS Memorial will honor Anthony S. Fauci, M.D. and David D. Ho, M.D. with its National Recognition Leadership Award.
We should follow the WHO's simple guidelines: "For individuals, it's about keeping physical distance, wearing a mask, cleaning hands regularly and coughing safely away from others. Do it all."
December 1, 2020 World AIDS Day forum to bring together powerful voices from two pandemics for an inspiring conversation about health justice, social activism, remembrance, and hope.
Labs across the globe have mobilized in historic fashion to try to find a treatment for COVID-19. Scott Pelley reports on which therapeutics are causing optimism.
Now working on monoclonal antibodies to treat COVID-19, the virologist gained recognition in the 1990s for treating Magic Johnson. He first appeared on 60 Minutes in 1998.
The infusion of a monoclonal antibody cocktail to treat the virus that causes COVID represents a true advance in both treatment and prevention of SARS-CoV-2 infection.