The Ministry of Health has asked the northern province of Phú Thọ to conduct HIV/AIDS tests free of charge for local people in Kim Thượng Commune and those living in surrounding areas.
Hotel de l’ Opera Hanoi will host an annual Charity Bazaar to raise funds for children and families affected by HIV/AIDS on August 18.
The Ministry of Health has reported that nearly one million Vietnamese people are infected with the hepatitis C virus (HCV).
Dozens of residents of a mountainous commune in the northern province of Phú Thọ fear they might have contracted HIV after receiving from a local doctor injections that were allegedly contaminated.
Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc on Tuesday asked public security forces to implement plans protecting the safety of the country’s major events as well as activities of Party and State leaders.
The Department of Health of the south-eastern province of Đồng Nai plans to set up at least one clinic in each district, Long Khánh town and Biên Hòa city to provide methadone substitution treatment for drug addiction.
A world AIDS assembly opens in Amsterdam on Monday hoping to harness the star power of activists Elton John and Prince Harry to bolster the battle against an epidemic experts warn may yet spiral out of control.
People with HIV/AIDS in the south-eastern province of Đồng Nai who have public health insurance can now go to any medical facility for treatment without requiring a transfer order from their designated hospital.
Former NBA forward Kermit Washington, best known for a 1977 punch in an on-court fight that nearly killed rival Rudy Tomjanovich, was sentenced on Monday to six years in federal prison.
Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is a bacteria that can infect and live in the stomach. It’s presence in the stomach has been linked with gastritis, stomach ulcer and stomach cancer.