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The 60 recipients of federal Ryan White funding work to prevent HIV transmission and improve access to care and treatment.
HIV diagnoses dropped significantly in the COVID era, but the CDC is not drawing conclusions from that.
Here’s how the funding will reach American Indians and Alaska Natives, who see higher rates of HIV, hepatitis C and STIs.
HIV advocates cheer: “In many ways, this is a very bold budget.” But they also call for a strategic national PrEP program.
Pickings for concurrent treatment are slim in Ending the HIV Epidemic rural communities.
However, the benefit would be less evident in Georgia, the state with the highest lifetime risk of acquiring HIV.
Nine out of the 10 areas with the highest likelihood of being diagnosed with HIV are located in the South.
Clinicians and public health workers are still failing Black and Latino communities when it comes to HIV prevention.
So far, it appears that there has been no catching up between early- and late-adopting states.
People with HIV loudly objected to the purely biomedical “Ending the HIV Epidemic” plan.
Register by November 5 for the virtual United States Conference on HIV/AIDS (USCHA), held December 2 and 3, right after World AIDS Day.
Could sites like Facebook, Google and Twitter help fight misinformation and end the HIV epidemic?
Federal funds to scale up HIV services at sexually transmitted infection (STI) clinics will help reach Black, Latino and LGBTQ people.
African-American clergy say the Ending the Epidemic plan has overlooked them.
The funding will help address racial and ethnic disparities by supporting the federal “Ending the HIV Epidemic” plan.
At the start of the “Ending the HIV Epidemic” initiative, safety-net clinics rarely offered PrEP directly.
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