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They’re in DC to advocate for cancer research funding and to expand access to prostate screenings and multi-cancer early detection.
#2023USCHA was a Love Letter to Black Women—and a joyous family reunion for the HIV community. [VIDEOS]
Over 130 HIV groups decry proposals to slash HIV funding in the U.S. and abroad. Join their DC press conference on Tuesday, September 5.
Meet HRC’s new class of students at historically Black colleges and universities trained on HIV prevention, education, stigma and more.
This year’s theme is “Faith Fighting for Freedom and Fairness.” #FaithHIVDay is held the last Sunday of each August.
The “5 Years, 5 Voices” series celebrates the fifth anniversary of Gilead Sciences’ COMPASS initiative to fund HIV efforts in the South.
#SHAAD is Sunday, August 20. In 2021, the South comprised 38% of the U.S. population but 52% of new HIV diagnoses. Here’s why.
These websites offer education, support and more for people affected by bladder cancer.
You might also win $5,000 in the “Write It Out!” virtual program for people living with HIV, created by playwright Donja R. Love.
Part 5 in a series from the University of Colorado that unpacks the goals of the National Cancer Institute’s National Cancer Plan.
Sistas Organizing to Survive (SOS) celebrates 15 years of the HIV initiative for African-American women in Florida.
PrEP4All’s advocacy for a National PrEP Program to prevent HIV gets a $670,000 boost from the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
Beloved sportscaster Dick Vitale has vocal cord cancer and will begin treatment soon. He’s sharing the experience on social media.
While patient advocates are celebrating, critics predict the rollout of Leqembi will aggravate racial disparities in elder care.
An influential author and out lesbian, Susan Love advanced innovative ideas on breast cancer as well as hormone replacement therapy.
An HIV advocate argues that the striking of affirmative action policies in college admissions has health consequences for people of color.
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