Sunday, November 17, 2019

Kalique St Jean cops trophy in CARICOM 10-K

St. Vincent and the Grenadines swept the Male and Female categories in the 14th CARICOM 10-K road race in Saint Lucia, Sunday, with female...

Antigua and Barbuda to be honoured by WHO on World No Tobacco Day

The Antigua and Barbuda government is among countries, organisations and individuals from six countries that will be honoured by the World Health Organization (WHO)...

USAID Zika maternal and child survival program lauded

Thanks to a meaningful partnership between the government of St. Lucia and the United States Government, St. Lucia has seen a reduction in Zika...

Meagan Good and Amanda Cerny to jointly host Concert on Plastic Pollution / Play...

The President of the UN General Assembly, María Fernanda Espinosa, along with the Governments of Antigua and Barbuda, and Norway, today welcomed two new...

CIBC Walk for the Cure Donates $50,000 to support Cancer Organisations

Two local organisations are benefitting from funds raised locally and regionally during CIBC FirstCaribbean Bank’s 7th Annual Walk for the Cure which was held...

Pakistani police holding doctor for allegedly spreading HIV

Pakistani police say a court will allow a doctor with HIV and AIDS to remain in police custody for two more days to determine...

Curacao: Scientology ship to remain under quarantine

Authorities in Curacao say 318 people aboard a Church of Scientology ship docked in the Dutch Caribbean island will remain quarantined until they determine...

IAS statement on “London Patient” in HIV remission after transplant

The International AIDS Society (IAS) today welcomed an announcement that an HIV-positive man has remained in HIV remission off antiretroviral therapy (ART), 19 months...

2nd case reported of a “Functional Cure” of HIV

By Eleanor Frederick, MSc, MPHReports from the Conference on Retrovirus and Opportunistic Infection (CROI), in Seattle, United States is of the second case of...

New study warns of inadequate prevention responses to HIV epidemic in the Caribbean

A study has found that while the Caribbean has made progressing in responding to the HIV epidemic, the impact of the prevention response has...