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As states disenroll people from Medicaid, Republican Governor Brian Kemp also vetoed a bill to expand coverage to those with HIV.
Latinos made up 56% of cases in newly detected HIV clusters in Atlanta. What drove the disparity, and how can it be addressed?
A $4.5 million joint effort aims to address health inequities in three cities.
Some fear the monkeypox response is not being prioritized because the virus affects gay men, especially those who are Black or Latino.
The growing monkeypox outbreak is increasingly mirroring the disparities of the HIV epidemic.
Under Georgia’s updated law, people living with HIV will no longer face a felony charge simply for not disclosing their status before sex.
About 37% of uninsured Black Americans live in three states—Florida, Georgia and Texas—that chose not to expand Medicaid.
A Georgia veterans medical center alerted nearly 4,600 patients of possible exposure to HIV and hepatitis B and C.
Nearly half of people living with HIV in the United States receive support from the federal Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program.
For answers, check out these nine takeaways from the report “HIV in the U.S. Deep South: Trends From 2008–2019.”
There’s more to consider in Georgia than this week’s runoff elections—for example, its HIV epidemic and LGBTQ health equity.
Georgia gets revved up about drive-through HIV testing. Some folks in Florida can pick up free at-home tests.
The retailer offers services such as routine checkups, eye and dental exams, and therapy and may expand nationwide.
What would happen if women lost their say-so regarding reproductive rights?
Biological and socioeconomic issues may worsen outcomes for Black people.
Located at the Rush Center, the SPOT builds upon the knowledge of people living with HIV.
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