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Wake Forest University’s Faith Coordinating Center launched the Black Faith and HIV initiative with hopes of building a national movement.
“You may fall into a category of women who need more than a mammogram,” urges journalist Katie Couric about breast cancer screenings.
While encouraging HIV testing, prevention and treatment among gay and bisexual men, #NGMHAAD 2022 also raises awareness of monkeypox.
Biden surprised the iconic rocker during a White House concert by awarding him the National Humanities Medal for his HIV and AIDS work.
The Together TakeMeHome program aims to deliver 1 million free rapid HIV tests. It’s funded by the CDC and led by Emory University.
Sunday, September 18, is all about #HIVandAging. Here are seven common reasons older adults could be living with HIV without knowing it.
“I am an endangered species, but I sing no victim’s song,” belted Sheryl Lee Ralph, longtime HIV advocate, during her thank-you speech.
Congress members write to Biden, pushing for the Department of Defense to allow people with HIV and hepatitis B to enlist in the military.
Insurers should allow co-pay assistance to count as out-of-pocket spending, claims HHS lawsuit by HIV, hepatitis and diabetes advocates.
A Texas lawyer argues that requiring insurance to cover PrEP to prevent HIV amounts to forcing Christians to support homosexual behavior.
As the U.S. Health Department announces the new HIV funds, the White House releases its plan to implement the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.
The AIDS Memorial Quilt’s Change the Pattern HIV initiative will launch in Mississippi and focus on Black and brown communities.
In the 2017 lawsuit, the woman—a “Russian émigré”—claimed that Charlie Sheen knowingly exposed her to HIV during condomless sex.
Watch a livestream of the film “My Faith, My Story” for this HIV awareness day, which is held the last Sunday of each August.
Rasheed Newson discusses his debut novel, “My Government Means to Kill Me,” about a Black gay HIV activist coming of age in 1980s NYC.
There’s an HIV crisis in the South. Participate in #SHAAD on Saturday, August 20, and change the narrative around the epidemic.
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