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Recruiting gay and bisexual Black men living with HIV into clinical trials may be as easy as walking into a clinic.
Gay and bisexual men accounted for 69% of the total 36,801 new HIV diagnoses in 2019. To learn more, search #NGMHAAD.
LGBTQ community centers team with the ADVANCE study to research blood donor eligibility and HIV risk. Participants wanted!
Through its “My Body, My Health” initiative, Human Rights Campaign tackles HIV in minority and LGBTQ communities.
The training would include accurate information for people affected by HIV of all genders, sexualities and races to gain patients’ trust.
Black and Latino bisexual adults in this small survey had the lowest confidence in accessing HIV care and prevention services.
By recording such details, clinicians can aid in improving LGBTQIA+ health disparities, argues a researcher.
Men who have sex with men can donate blood and plasma if they’ve abstained from sex for three months, instead of a year.
Antiretroviral therapy helped people with the virus add years to their lives, but now scientists must address other issues of longevity.
The HIV conversation is changing. Just ask these ambassadors to The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.
“As Much As I Can” returns with a new format but the same powerful messages.
Bruce Smail is a Black bisexual man living with HIV who has worked for HIV groups in the Virgin Islands and New York state.
The conversation about HIV is changing. Here’s how.
67 percent of all HIV diagnoses in 2015 were among gay and bisexual men.
A study on straight, gay and bisexual couples debunks the myth that women’s physiology makes it hard for them to climax.
U.S. syphilis rate is continuing its steady climb, with men who have sex with men (MSM) driving a 10 percent increase between 2012 and 2013.
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