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Progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS and the search for a cure

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The World Is Celebrating the Life of Abebech Gobena — the Ethiopian Humanitarian Known as ‘Mother Teresa of Africa’

Abebech Gobena led an incredible life: after escaping from a forced marriage as a child bride, Gobena went on to become a huge icon in Africa. In Ethiopia, she took her experiences and built an orphanage, schools, a hospital for women and children, and more...
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The World Is Celebrating the Life of Dr. Paul Farmer

World-renowned infectious disease expert, humanitarian, and equitable global health advocate Dr. Paul Farmer just passed away. Let's look at his legacy.
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Free Food, Books, & Pets - Good News This Week: March 24th 2023

Your weekly roundup of the best good news worth celebrating...
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Grassroots AIDS Activists Fought for and Won Affordable HIV Treatments Around the World

The President’s Emergency Program for AIDS Relief, or PEPFAR, has revolutionized the fight against global AIDS over the last 20 years. But this program would not be so successful — and might not even exist — without the work of grassroots AIDS activists around the world.
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The Best Good News Stories From 2022

Feel more hopeful about 2022 with Good Good Good’s roundup of the best positive news of the year — updated every month.
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A 5th Person Has Been Confirmed Cured of HIV

A fifth person has been cured of HIV through a stem-cell transplant. While researchers are still working on a more accessible and functional cure, this shows great promise for the millions of people living with HIV.
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