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Terrance Mayes and Loretta Erhunmwunsee are the new leaders of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) Forum on Equity.
“You Choose!” is the theme of this year’s #NLAAD, highlighting new HIV prevention and treatment options.
Three research papers associate housing, transportation and food insecurity with disparities in cancer care and patient outcomes.
Held in Puerto Rico, #2022USCHA highlighted HIV in Latino populations, language justice, storytelling, music and much more.
“I am living proof that early detection can save lives,” Tigerlily CEO Maimah Karmo said at the NCCN cancer policy summit.
This #APIMay19, do your part to combat HIV stigma in Asian and Pacific Islander communities. Here’s how.
The coalition of African-American and Latino churches also supports the FDA’s proposed ban on menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars.
A Latino military college student whose HIV is undetectable sued to end policies “based on outdated science.”
Several makers of hepatitis C drugs are limiting health care providers’ access to the 340B Drug Pricing Program’s discounts.
Black children with asthma access clinics less frequently than Latino and white children, but visit emergency departments more.
“Over 40% of the vulnerable population in the U.S. lives within 5 miles of a CVS Pharmacy location, so we have a chance to engage them.”
COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy dropped more rapidly among African Americans than whites, yet their rates remain slightly lower.
Black families are less likely than white ones to use a hospice service. This Nashville-based agency aims to change that.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends HIV testing for youth ages 15 and older. Updated guidance now includes PrEP and PEP.
For starters, the five-year National HIV/AIDS Strategy centers people living with HIV and addresses racism. These six elements stand out.
Anika Noni Rose hosts Season 3 of ViiV Healthcare’s “Being Seen,” covering Black women’s views on stigma, bias, power, HIV and more.
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