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“Remembrance,” a program honoring Philadelphians lost to HIV/AIDS, includes a theatrical piece, a “going home” ceremony and more.
Millions of Americans are living with viral hepatitis. #HepTestingDay urges you to find out whether you’re one of them.
This #APIMay19, do your part to combat HIV stigma in Asian and Pacific Islander communities. Here’s how.
What have we learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, and what’s the future of HIV vaccine research? Find out this #HVAD2022.
A study found that only 43% of clinical trials reported race and ethnicity. The FDA issued guidance to address these inequalities.
“I Choose Loving” is the theme of the Latino Commission on AIDS’s Week Against Homophobia. Events include online talks and the film “B...
Under Georgia’s updated law, people living with HIV will no longer face a felony charge simply for not disclosing their status before sex.
Someone dies of an overdose about every 5 minutes, often as a result of fentanyl and meth. Drug use also spurs HIV and hepatitis outbreaks.
The coalition of African-American and Latino churches also supports the FDA’s proposed ban on menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars.
A Latino military college student whose HIV is undetectable sued to end policies “based on outdated science.”
Singer Naomi Judd was diagnosed with hepatitis C in 1990 and cured eight years later. She spoke out for those with liver disease.
UPDATE: New Hampshire senators blocked efforts to end a registry of traveling medical technicians, citing safety and hepatitis concerns.
ViiV Healthcare’s Risk to Reasons initiative offers stigma-free language for discussing HIV and Black women. Apply now for grants.
The Women as the Face of AIDS Summit, organized by Iris House, also honored three trailblazing women working to end the HIV epidemic.
Here’s how the funding will reach American Indians and Alaska Natives, who see higher rates of HIV, hepatitis C and STIs.
A $3.9 million grant will help Miami and New York researchers explore this question as they study HIV and meth use among gay and bi men.
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