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Data from 42,000 people with HIV suggest that income and Medicaid coverage play a role in unintentional weight loss.
A study found that only 43% of clinical trials reported race and ethnicity. The FDA issued guidance to address these inequalities.
Under Georgia’s updated law, people living with HIV will no longer face a felony charge simply for not disclosing their status before sex.
The coalition of African-American and Latino churches also supports the FDA’s proposed ban on menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars.
Black patients continue to benefit less from advances in medicine like proton beam therapy, even with increased availability.
PrEP prescriptions are supposed to be free to users now, which could go a long way toward leveling the HIV-prevention playing field.
A Latino military college student whose HIV is undetectable sued to end policies “based on outdated science.”
People with HIV, medical societies and women’s health organizations sound off on the SCOTUS draft that proposes to overrule Roe v. Wade.
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.
The four-part docuseries “They Call Me Magic” on Apple TV+ offers an inside look at Magic Johnson and his sports and HIV legacy.
Currently, fewer than 1 in 10 women eligible for HIV prevention medications are taking them.
About 1.4 million people are transgender in the U.S. That’s 0.6% of the population. Yet they accounted for 2% of new HIV cases in 2019.
More fentanyl in the drug supply increases fatal overdoses, but other factors also fuel the crisis in Black communities.
Join Advocates for Youth and watch a virtual screening of the Black LGBTQ documentary “Check It.” #NYHAAD is Sunday, April 10.
Gilead Sciences’ “Zeroing In” program helps 116 grantees boost HIV innovation, education and outreach in marginalized communities.
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