Definition: This entry gives an estimate of the number of adults and children who died of AIDS during a given calendar year.
Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2012See also: HIV/AIDS - deaths map
Bad And Good News About The Second Deadliest Infectious Disease
NPR News - 10/22/2014 2:03:47 PM
Ebola has rightly gripped the world's attention, but its death toll pales in comparison to other infectious diseases like tuberculosis. TB is the world's second leading infectious killer, after HIV/AIDS ... in western African countries many people are ...
HIV/AIDS, diarrheal disease, malaria deadlier than Ebola in Africa – survey
en.starafrica.com - 10/22/2014 10:57:41 AM
In Nigeria and South Africa, HIV/AIDS killed 480,000 in 2012, or 30% of the world total. Among Africa’s other ... treatment in 2012 than in 2009. Malaria deaths decreased in most African countries between 2010 and 2012 â€“ by 97% in both the ...
Does the carnage on S. Africa’s roads claim more lives than AIDS and TB?
The South African - 10/23/2014 10:06:23 AM
Here's a look at their best experiences around the country ... of the world. Suppose a roadside memorial was to be erected for all South African crash victims in a given year, would the number exceed deaths due to tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS?
Why Nigeria Cannot Achieve Zero HIV/AIDS
Leadership - 10/20/2014 2:10:20 AM
Nigeria’s target of zero HIV/AIDS, Zero discrimination by 2015 is still way off the mark considering the hitches in its national response, which is mainly fund, writes WINIFRED OGBEBO Less than two months to the celebration of World AIDS Day, marked ...
Politics and national response to HIV/AIDS challenge
Punch - 10/21/2014 11:09:00 PM
For one, with the launch of the President’s Comprehensive Response Plan for HIV/AIDS which prioritises Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV as a means of reducing new cases of infection, Nigeria has demonstrated to the world that the ...
AIDS to Ebola: Moving From Peril to Progress
The Huffington Post - 10/15/2014 10:58:49 AM
Tragically, despite extensive emergency preparedness planning and reports issued in the aftermath of 9/11, the anthrax attacks, SARS, and H1N1 flu, the world is ... with other countries ultimately mounted a vigorous response to HIV/AIDS.
Pharmaceutical companies, WHO help India in HIV/AIDS drug crisis
Reuters - 10/13/2014 7:07:57 PM
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian companies and global health groups are stepping up efforts to provide a critical medicine for the country's free HIV/AIDS drugs ... India produces a large part of the world's HIV/AIDS medicines so the shortage has been awkward ...
Hamill: Ebola fears are similar to early HIV-AIDS myths, and just as unreal
New York Daily News - 10/14/2014 11:53:06 PM
The hysteria reminds me of the full-blown frenzy of the early days of HIV-AIDS in the 1980s. Back then ... tells us that about 150 people per day come into the U.S.A. from those countries, 43% through JFK. And we have not yet had a single case of Ebola ...
10 Questions for The WHO About Ebola
Global Research - 10/15/2014 11:59:04 PM
The World Health Organization is claiming that we are ... How many of the alleged African Ebola victims also had compromised immune systems due to HIV/AIDS, the number one cause of death in the region? 10. Why are health workers wearing hazmat suits ...
What’s Worse Than Ebola in West Africa? Almost Everything
Daily Beast - 10/24/2014 6:30:27 AM
Counseling services and treatment centers in the cities had risen from just three in the whole country ... to the World Bank, in 2012, 1.2 million Africans died of HIV/AIDS and 550,000 died of malaria. While dramatic, the number of Ebola deaths is around ...
Malawi Muslims fight HIV/AIDS during Ramadan
worldbulletin.net - 10/24/2014 1:39:57 PM
According to the World Bank, AIDS is a major cause of ... Islam is the second largest religion in the country after Christianity. There are no clear statistics regarding the HIV/AIDS prevalence rate among Malawian Muslims, but the rate among the total ...
Alcohol, not Ebola, possible cause of Briton's death in Macedonia
Health24 - 10/13/2014 10:32:33 AM
Doctors in Macedonia have "serious indications" that alcohol, not Ebola, may have killed a British man visiting the Balkan country, a senior health official ... so the theory that this might be the cause of death is very much in play."
How Ebola Is (and Is Not) Like HIV/AIDS
Healthline Networks - 10/15/2014 11:05:59 AM
When America’s top disease prevention official compared Ebola to AIDS during a meeting of the World ... country lest the disease spread. Others were offended, noting that it took more than one dead patient before the U.S. government responded to HIV/AIDS ...
HIV/AIDS stigma killing many, says research pioneer
The Hindu - 10/16/2014 3:33:49 AM
In 1986, when the world was just waking up to the HIV/AIDS pandemic, Suniti Solomon, then a professor of microbiology at Madras Medical College, identified, for the first time in the country, six HIV-positive cases from 100 samples. Since then, there has ...