People living with HIV/AIDS in China are routinely denied medical treatment in hospitals, a UN agency said Wednesday, in a sign of ongoing discrimination despite recent progress.
What does LWHA stand for?
LWHA stands for Living with HIV/AIDS
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We have 2 other meanings of LWHA in our Acronym Attic
- Little White House (Key West, FL)
- Little Wild Horse Canyon
- Liverpool Women's Hospital (UK)
- Living with Heritage (research program)
- local withholding (tax)
- Long Walk Home (musical quartet)
- Ludwig-Windthorst-Haus (German Catholic social academy)
- Lutheran World Hunger (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America)
- Lake Wales Housing Authority (Florida)
- Listowel Wingham Hospitals Alliance (Listowel, Ontario, Canada)
- Low Wave Height Area (sea area; shipping)
- Lake Washington Ham Club (amateur radio club; Kirkland, WA)
- Legends, Wine and High Country (Australian tourism region)
- Little Wild Horse Canyon (San Rafael Swell, UT)
- Live with Hope Centre (Kenya)
- Liverpool Wheelchair Handball Club (UK)
- Living Word Holy Church (Florida)
- Light Weight Hard Drive
- Lightweight Hellfire (missile)
- Lower Woodward Housing Fund (Detroit, MI)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The battle to ensure 'universal access and human rights' for all living with HIV/AIDS represents one of the great moral challenges of our time.
We are here because we believe in an America where those living with HIV/AIDS are not viewed with suspicion but treated with respect, where they are provided the medications and the healthcare they need.
Knowing someone who is living with HIV/AIDS does not appear to be the answer, either.
For more about the program, healthcare professionals and people living with HIV/AIDS may obtain information by calling 866/889-2074, emailing TMC114-C226@i3research.
Incidence of KS and primary brain lymphoma in people living with HIV/AIDS has declined, but trends are less certain for cervical, anal, and lung cancers as some research indicates the incidences of those cancers may have increased.
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, there were 10 times as many people living with HIV/AIDS as the number of people who died from AIDS in 2003.
It is located in a 55,000 s/f facility in southwest Yonkers, along with the Greyston Maitri Adult Day Health Program, a larger community health program for people living with HIV/AIDS.