Dec 09, 2022 Last Updated 6:29 AM, Nov 29, 2022

Health

From jungkies to jihad

Drug use in Indonesia is a complex issue

Travels of a doctor

A doctor goes to work in a remote community in Flores

The looming AIDS epidemic

Intravenous drug use is exacerbating the spread of the HIV virus

Caring for people with AIDS

Universal access to treatment is not just a dream

The AIDS awareness clinic

HIV prevention in West Jakarta’s red light district

Anti-malarials or anti-Christ?

Health promotion in remote Tello islands

Speaking of sex

Ignoring teen sexuality only increases health risks

Youth heroin use

How effective is the war on drugs?

Falling through the cracks

Inequities in service availability affect access and use of HIV-related health care among transgender people

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