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PREP program helps to prevent HIV transmission from mother to child

BANGKOK-The AIDS Research Center of the Thai Red Cross Society has revealed that its PREP program has successfully helped prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV. Speaking...

New cases of HIV in Thailand declining to less than ten...

The Bureau of AIDS, TB and STIs has revealed that new cases of HIV in Thailand are declining to less than 10,000 per year,...

Raks Thai Foundation on mission to end AIDS in 13 years...

BANGKOK – Mr. Promboon Panitchpakdi, the Executive Director/ Board Member of Raks Thai Foundation and member of Care International visited NBT World and granted...

City, provincial health officials coordinate HIV-prevention efforts

Pattaya and Chonburi public-health officials hope to improve efforts to prevent HIV and AIDS by cross-checking health records, distributing more condoms and better...

U.S. & Thai doctors to study Pattaya’s declining HIV-care system

Thai and U.S. medical researchers plan to study why Pattaya is losing health care workers caring to HIV and AIDS patients. Dr. Phetsri...

Asia-Pacific nations agree on roadmap to accelerate progress towards global AIDS...

Asia-Pacific governments have concluded three days of high-level talks in Bangkok by endorsing a road map based on greater regional cooperation to fast-track...

Pattaya Sports Club lends a hand to Bahn Pak Rak Puen...

Not too many years ago we heard the voice of doom when the subject of HIV was raised. Thankfully, that has now changed...

Thai PM to attend 4th GMS Summit in Myanmar, meet Suu...

BANGKOK, Dec 19 -- Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Monday will leave Thailand for Myanmar to attend the 4th Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS)...

Pattaya Pride musical dinner raises 50,000 for AIDS patients

Musicians from Thailand and the Philippines helped Pattaya Pride raise nearly 50,000 baht for care of HIV-infected patients. About...

Health Enhancement Project

On August 15 about 150 kids from Pattaya school number 9 participated in an annual educational demonstration parade to promote an Anti-drug message –...

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