1. Centre steps up after Larkana HIV outbreak  The Express Tribune
  2. HIV cases in Larkana put a question mark on Sindh’s healthcare system  DAWN.com
  3. Look elsewhere!  The Express Tribune
  4. HIV awareness programme organised at Naudero House  ARY NEWS
  5. Shockwaves across Pakistan as 127 children test positive for HIV in Larkana  The News International
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Centre steps up after Larkana HIV outbreak | The Express Tribune

So far, 128 persons out of 3,483 tested positive for HIV in Larkana.

HIV cases in Larkana put a question mark on Sindh’s healthcare system - Pakistan - DAWN.COM

An awareness programme was held at Naudero House, Larkana to caution people after the spread of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in the area.An awareness programme was held at Naudero House, Larkana to caution people after the spread of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in the area.

HIV awareness programme organised at Naudero House

HIV in Larkana: Sensing the gravity of the situation, international health organisations have decided to quickly dispatch a team of technical experts to probe the outbreak after no let-up was observed in an HIV outbreak that has gripped the Larkana district of Sindh for the last 10 days.HIV in Larkana: Sensing the gravity of the situation, international health organisations have decided to quickly dispatch a team of technical experts to probe the outbreak after no let-up was observed in an HIV outbreak that has gripped the Larkana district of Sindh for the last 10 days.

Shockwaves across Pakistan as 127 children test positive for HIV in Larkana | Top Story | thenews.com.pk | Karachi

Backstreet surgeries closed and doctor arrested in Pakistan after scores of people - including kids - were found to be infected.Backstreet surgeries closed and doctor arrested in Pakistan after scores of people - including kids - were found to be infected.