1. Preliminary study indicates that HIV and TB have a modest effect on mortality in SA  The Citizen
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The Citizen brings you breaking news, current affairs, celebrity and entertainment news, as well as sport news throughout the day. More news. Your way.The two scientists added that the preliminary results indicated that, of the group tested, 12% and 2% of Covid-19 deaths were attributable to HIV and TB respectively.

Preliminary study indicates that HIV and TB have a modest effect on mortality in SA – The Citizen

Preliminary results from a study of 12 987 Covid-19 patients in South Africa indicate that HIV and TB have a modest effect on mortality, lead scientists Professor Quarraisha Abdool Karim and Professor Salim Abdool Karim said...The study was conducted by lead scientists Professor Quarraisha Abdool Karim and Professor Salim Abdool Karim.

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The recent 23rd International AIDS Society conference, also known as AIDS 2020, presented the latest research towards the development of an HIV cure and vaccine.

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Preliminary results from a study of 12 987 Covid-19 patients in South Africa indicate that HIV and TB have a modest effect on mortality. Preliminary results from a study of 12 987 Covid-19 patients in South Africa indicate that HIV and TB have a modest effect on mortality.

Covid-19: Preliminary study indicates that HIV and TB have a modest effect on mortality in SA | News24

Those who forget history are doomed to repeat itThose who forget history are doomed to repeat it

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As the United States faces a summer of government inaction and spiking death rates, I'm more scared than I've ever been.As the United States faces a summer of government inaction and spiking death rates, I'm more scared than I've ever been.

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A decades-old ban on gay bathhouses was about to be lifted. Then, a pandemic. | TheHill

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A decades-old ban on gay bathhouses was about to be lifted. Then, a pandemic. | TheHill

Both COVID-19 and HIV have affected marginalized populations at their worst. But suggestions of solidarity ignore the longstanding shame and stigma LGBTQ2 people with HIV/AIDS face.Both COVID-19 and HIV have affected marginalized populations at their worst. But suggestions of solidarity ignore the longstanding shame and stigma LGBTQ2 people with HIV/AIDS face.

It’s time to stop comparing COVID-19 to HIV | Xtra Magazine

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A friend of mine recently asked me how I was doing. I hesitated for a moment, and then we both laughed. How, in the world we’re living in, am I supposed to answer that question?A friend of mine recently asked me how I was doing. I hesitated for a moment, and then we both laughed. How, in the world we’re living in, am I supposed to answer that question?

I'm a gay man who lived through the AIDS crisis. I understand the tragic consequences of America's coronavirus failure all too well. | Business Insider