We're trying to track down Somen Debnath in the Geo Quiz. He's traveling around the world on bicycle to raise awareness of AIDS and Indian culture. Back in 2004 he headed off on his bicycle. By his own count, he's visited 60 countries - where is he now?
A landmark study shows that early treatment of people with HIV dramatically reduces the odds of transmitting the virus to a partner. The World's Marco Werman explores what the study means. He speaks with Aditi Sharma, an AIDS activist with the ITPC.
Actress Elizabeth Taylor is remembered by many people around the globe as a dedicated AIDS activist. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Michel Sidibé, Executive Director of the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS.
An organ transplant recipient contracted HIV from a kidney donation at a New York hospital. It's the nation's first documented case of HIV transmission via a living donor transplant since the 1980s. How did this happen? What are the repercussions?
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with writer Seth Mnookin about his new book, ?The Panic Virus: A True Story of Medicine, Science and Fear.' Mnookin explores why an anti-vaccination campaign has been so powerful, even though it was based on fraudulent science.
The U.S. deported 27 Haitians on Thursday, as the Obama administration overturned the freeze on repatriations that began one year ago after the earthquake. This group is the first in an unknown number of detainees that will be sent back to their country.
There are only two known repositories of Smallpox, which are held in U.S. and Russia; and these two countries are fighting international efforts to destroy the samples, claiming that they are necessary for research to combat bioterrorism.
Today marks the 1st anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti. A million people still live in tents and makeshift shelters all over the capital Port-au-Prince. As The World's Jeb Sharp reports, Haitians are still grappling with the enormity of what happened.
The cholera outbreak in Haiti has spread easily because of the poor sanitation following last year's devastating earthquake. The World's Jeb Sharp spent some time this week with a man who has the job of collecting the bodies of cholera victims.
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