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“Humberto truly understood the plight of people on the margins of society, of people who have the least access to health care.”
Transgender women—notably, those who are Black and Latina—experience disproportionately high rates of HIV.
Check out these inspiring images from AIDSWatch 2019, including the three Positive Leadership Award honorees.
The Cempa Talks initiative is based in Chattanooga, where more than 55 percent of people living with HIV are African American.
Researchers conducted interviews with two dozen pairs of Black and Latino fathers and sons in New York City.
The LA videos star women of color and promote HIV prevention. Watch all three here!
The study hopes to understand why Black women, who are at higher risk for HIV, are not likely to take PrEP.
Customize the art in this “+series” (Positive Series) campaign and let the world know that undetectable HIV equals untransmittable HIV.
As the U.S. population grows, minority groups will see the highest rise in dementias.
Three “high-profile advocates” share candid tales as part of Gilead’s video series to prevent HIV and STIs.
Some folks in minority populations are more likely to develop cancer of the pancreas if diagnosed with diabetes after age 50.
The “Healthysexual” campaign features young Black and Latino men, plus cisgender and transgender women. [VIDEO]
The latest HIV prevention campaign from the Los Angeles LGBT Center stars gay music artist and model Milan Christopher.
Genetics may explain the poorer response of African-American and Puerto Rican kids to the drug most commonly prescribed for asthma.
A Yale study found that African Americans and Hispanics receive ineffective and unnecessary treatments at a higher rate than whites.
Miss Major, a 75-year-old Black transgender woman, has an important message for you! [VIDEO]
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