Updated 26 August 2015

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No shortage of antiretrovirals in South Africa

Despite countrywide panic, the Department of Health insists that there are no drug shortages in South Africa.

How South Africans put themselves at risk of HIV

Risky sexual behaviour and ignorance surrounding HIV mean that many South Africans continue to put themselves at risk of HIV infection.

Sex apps may increase HIV in homophobic countries

Using apps to meet others for casual sex may lead to an increase in HIV infection in homophobic countries where gay men are unlikely to seek medical treatment.

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