Make HAART therapy universally accessible to those living with HIV (Dr. Julio Montaner)

Twenty years ago, when I was treating a patient who was HIV-infected, I would have to advise them of personal considerations such as shortened life span and risk of transmitting the virus to sexual partners or during childbirth.

AIDS Vancouver honours three more Red Ribbon award recipients (St. Paul's Hospital)

At an open house on World AIDS Day (December 1), AIDS Vancouver honoured three individuals for their contributions and dedication to the HIV movement.

Opinion: Made-in-Canada AIDS strategy a blueprint for health care sustainability (Dr. Julio Montaner)

The national AIDS strategy is nearly a decade old and desperately needs updating.

Vancouver doctor warns of hepatitis C "tsunami" among baby boomers (Dr. Julio Montaner)

The doctor who’s been at the forefront of B.C.’s pioneering, globally imitated battle against HIV and AIDS for the past three decades is now turning his attention to another looming heath crisis — an estimated 80,000 people in B.C. infected with hepatitis C.

World AIDS Day marked in British Columbia, and around the world (Dr. Julio Montaner)

People around the world marked World AIDS Day on Monday.

Dr. Peter Centre marks hits and misses in fight against AIDS (Dr. Julio Montaner)

Doctors count successes in the fight against HIV and AIDS with statistics, measuring how many fewer deaths and new diagnoses each year.

The state of AIDS today: How far we’ve come, and how far we have to go still (Dr. Julio Montaner)

Dr. Julio Montaner, the world-renowned AIDS researcher and director of the British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, remembers what it was like to walk the streets of Vancouver at the height of the outbreak in the 1980s and ’90s.

A special honour for a true medical pioneer ahead of World AIDS Day (Dr. Julio Montaner)

B.C. could be the first place in the world to have an AIDS-free generation and that could be due to the work of one researcher.

World AIDS Day tone shifting but need remains, advocates say (St. Paul's Hospital)

Twenty-six years after its inception, the mood around World AIDS Day in Canada has shifted from urgent debates about access to drugs and medical care and grim tales of death and dying to educational campaigns and messages on long-term care.

B.C. government recognizes Dr. Julio Montaner for leadership in the field of HIV and AIDS

On behalf of the Government of B.C., Minister of Health Terry Lake recognized the ongoing and lifelong leadership of Dr. Julio Montaner


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