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HIV Cases in Greece Drop, Tests Shortages Rise

December 1 is the World AIDS Day, when people around the world look closely into the victims of the epidemic that devastated the world...

Court Acquits HIV-Positive Women Charged with ‘Transmitting the Virus’ Via Prostitution

An Athens Misdemeanours Court acquitted a group of HIV positive women arrested in 2012 and charged with repeated counts of grievous bodily harm on...

Greece Celebrates Awareness on World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is held each year on the December 1 following a decision by the World Health Organization and the UN General Assembly to make it an annual...

KEELPNO: New HIV Diagnoses in Greece at Lowest Level in 5 Years

According to figures released by the Center for Disease Prevention and Control (KEELPNO) on Monday, new diagnoses of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, are...

‘HIV/AIDS and Discrimination; Spotting the Stigma of the Stigma’ Conference to be Held May...

The general secretariat of transparency and human rights of the ministry of justice and the Hellenic Association of Seropositive People named “Positive voice” are...

Greek Govt Abolishes Law Allowing HIV Positive Sex Workers’ Details to Be Made Public

Greece's government announced on Tuesday the abolition of a controversial health and hygiene regulation that allowed authorities to publish the details, including photographs, of...

Less Cases of AIDS in Greece in 2014

World AIDS Day in 2014 finds Greece on a positive note as cases have decreased this year, after a rise in HIV infections in...

HIV Infections in Greece Decrease After Recent Spike

The Hellenic Center for Disease Control and Prevention (KEELPNO) has recently announced that the number of HIV infections in 2013 fell for the first time...

Rhodes Honors Greek-American Scientist

Theodora Hatziioannou, a Greek-American professor at Rockefeller University in New York was honored on Tuesday by the mayor of the island of Rhodes Fotis Chatzidiakos,...

Inmates in Korydallos Prison Hospital Protest Against Poor Conditions

Fifty-five HIV-positive prisoners have decided to stop taking their medications as part of a strike demonstration against terrible conditions in the Korydallos  prison hospital...

Research: Impact of Greek Crisis on Disease

Tuberculosis, influenza, West Nile virus, transmitted diseases such as AIDS, pulmonary and dental diseases and mental illnesses such as depression, are the main health...

Athens Mayoral Candidate Comes Out as HIV-Positive

In the race for the upcoming local elections, which will be held in May all over Greece, a candidate for the mayor’s office of...

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