The jury is out on antioxidants

These "cancer-fighting" molecules may not be the good guys we have been led to believe.

Truth has prevailed, says Basson victim’s wife

Family members of victims of Wouter Basson have expressed relief that the apartheid-era doctor has been found guilty after a six-year trial.

US health policy weighs on SA’s HIV patients

Hundreds of thousands of HIV patients could be affected by Pepfar's shift in funding policy, according to a new report.

KZN traffic officers wrongly conducting HIV tests

KwaZulu-Natal traffic officers have allegedly stopped drivers at the Mooi River Toll plaza on the N3 and forced them to take HIV tests.

ARVs deliver (when delivered)

A new single-dose drug is freely available after a bumpy start.

Brazil and Thailand got it right – can SA really make...

Rwanda, too, has succeeded in doing what this country has only been talking about for 18 years..

Madiba: The belated rise of an Aids activist

Mandela regretted not acting on HIV during his presidency, but he made up for it in spades.

Mandela and the belated rise of an Aids activist

Former president Nelson Mandela regretted not acting on HIV during his presidency, but he made up for it in spades.

Shift in mood towards HIV

A recent Cape Town AIDS conference showed a shift in the global mood on HIV.

NHI still has a way to go before the training wheels...

Fixing healthcare needs a multidisciplinary approach, not just a medical focus.