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JAN 26, 2015 - Yahoo! News

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India honors Bill Gates with civilian award

India conferred one of its highest civilian awards on billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and his wife Melinda for their work to improve health in developing countries. The announcement was made by the Indian government on Monday after Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosted U.S. President Barack Obama for a Republic Day parade, a day after they held talks ...

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JAN 24, 2015 - Time

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Bill Gates: HIV Vaccine a Reality by 2030

New drugs would significantly impact the global struggle against the virus which has claimed the lives on millions over the past 30 years

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JAN 24, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Dr. Christoph Benn: 'We Always Have To Be Aware Of Complacency' When It Comes To HIV

Dr. Christoph Benn, director of External Relations at the Global Fund, admitted HIV is probably "not conceived as as much of a crisis" by younger people who grew up knowing there were some treatment options available. "We always have to beware of complacency," he said. "We also have to continue to educate young people about HIV/AIDS and what they need ...

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JAN 23, 2015 - Health Canal

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Pictured Together for the First Time: a Chemokine and its Receptor

Researchers capture 3D structure of a molecular interaction that influences cancer, inflammation and HIV infection

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JAN 22, 2015 - Huffington Post

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UN Calls On Davos Participants To Do More For Kids Affected By Violence, Poverty, Disease

At its largest gathering to date, the World Economic Forum is expected to be “more serious” than recent years because of the pressing economic, health and terror turmoil. But the U.N. wants to make sure that the devastating threats against children aren’t left out of the conversation. More than 2,500 participants are expected to attend the five-day event in Davos, ...

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