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Transgender women—notably, those who are Black and Latina—experience disproportionately high rates of HIV.
There are many unsung heroes along a patient’s cancer journey, and patient navigators are some of them.
About 60 percent of young people living with HIV don’t know their status.
The new federal plan to combat HIV has the audacious goal of cutting the annual infection rate by 90 percent by 2030.
The CDC estimates that 40 percent of the 1.1 million people with HIV are undiagnosed or not receiving medical care for the virus.
NWGHAAD is Sunday, March 10. This year’s theme is “HIV Prevention Starts With Me.”
Why the recent surge in hep C infection rates?
Why HIV testing is key
If Black women don’t have access to this prevention method, it will be difficult to stop new HIV infections.
Researchers reviewed numerous studies to inform their detailed tips for better engaging people who inject opioid drugs in hepatitis C care.
This involves helping clinicians or public health workers notify sex or needle-sharing partners that they may have been exposed to HIV.
Here’s how you can promote this year’s NBHAAD theme, “Together for Love: Stop HIV Stigma.”
Did you know there’s a preventive vaccine for the world’s most common STI?
State legislation that criminalizes people living with HIV drives stigma.
Regardless of race, ethnicity or nationality, men are more likely than women to get cancer.
Health officials probe 87 possible cases of a paralyzing condition that mostly strikes kids.
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