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Nearly 3,800 patients at the New Jersey surgery center may have been exposed, though the risk of infection is low.
The model, who does not have HIV, did not give permission to use the photo, and no disclaimer appeared in the 2013 campaign.
This Arkansas man’s HIV was undetectable during a consensual hookup, so why is he facing 30 years in prison?
The settlement ensures all affected state prisoners will be treated for the disease.
The public education campaign comes on the heels of an HIV discrimination lawsuit.
Legal experts claim the attack is “absurd.” But the Trump administration supports it.
More proof that filing treatment access lawsuits can pay off for people with HCV.
Jailed activist and journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal sued Pennsylvania prison officials in 2015, alleging neglect over his medical condition.
Medication for hepatitis C and sickle-cell anemia that would have helped the prisoner survive was allegedly repeatedly denied to him.
The nearly 3,000 people potentially exposed to the virus after eating at a seafood restaurant in the Bronx will split the settlement.
The case claims prison officials are knowingly denying HCV-positive inmates medical care, which may violate the U.S. Constitution.
The police officer contracted hepatitis C while working undercover in the 1990s and unknowingly passed the virus to her son while pregnant.
A federal case reminds states they’re required to serve people with mental illness in appropriate, integrated, community-based settings.
A well-known African-American print and radio journalist, Abu-Jamal has been in jail since 1982 for a crime he claims he never committed.
The Windy City slapped five pharmaceutical companies with a lawsuit for promoting and selling prescription opiods, despite knowing their healt...
A federal judge has decided the lawsuit brought against the Milton Hershey School for allegedly denying admission to a 13-year-old boy because...
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