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A TV show where sexual intrigue not only entertains viewers but also educates them.
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The 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016) will focus on populations most vulnerable to HIV and discrimination.
The incidents have prompted lawsuits from harm reduction advocates.
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A new pay survey among U.S. doctors has uncovered a major gender divide between who gets paid the most in the health care industry.
Actions include expanding access to buprenorphine treatment and launching more than a dozen new studies on drug abuse and chronic pain.
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The CEO of Housing Works, an organization fighting homelessness and AIDS, reflects on the impact of racism on society from violence to HIV.
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