HIV and cervical cancer: Behind SA’s extraordinarily high numbers

HIV and cervical cancer: Behind SA’s extraordinarily high numbers

A study recently published in The Lancet found that women living with HIV made up an astonishing 63.4% of new cervical cancer cases in South Africa in 2018. Elri Voigt spoke to local experts about the links between HIV and cervical cancer in South Africa and how cervical cancer is prevented, tested for, and treated in the public sector.

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HIV prevention injection hailed as a “major breakthrough” for women

HIV prevention injection hailed as a “major breakthrough” for women

Early results from a pivotal trial of an HIV prevention injection announced by the University of the Witwatersrand researchers on Tuesday have been hailed as being a “game-changer” to turn “the tide on HIV” as it effectively reduces HIV acquisition and provides women more choices in how to protect themselves. Amy Green reports.

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