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The Poz Effect is an entirely online conference fighting against HIV-related stigma.
How to start preparing for the end of the epidemic
The state’s health department is providing free testing to clients.
Red shares her frustration about the lack of HIV knowledge among nursing students she teaches and explains a nurse’s role in reducing stigma
As a teen I didn’t want to go to the doctor for HIV because, unlike hemophilia, there were no short-term fixes to be had at the time.
“This is a step in the right direction, but more work needs to be done.”
But health officials believe the risk of infection from improperly sterilized equipment is low.
Nearly 21 million Americans could lose coverage. Meanwhile, the GOP won’t offer a health care replacement until after 2020.
In San Francisco, homeless people accounted for 1 percent of the population but 14 percent of new HIV cases.
In fact, antiviral drugs account for nearly 14 percent of total drug costs in the program.
The CDC estimates that 40 percent of the 1.1 million people with HIV are undiagnosed or not receiving medical care for the virus.
Clinical trials often exclude key patient populations, including children and people living with HIV or hepatitis B or C.
A closer look at the Deep South’s HIV prevention problem
Our mission is to bring the voices of community to the important tables where decisions are made.
NWGHAAD is Sunday, March 10. This year’s theme is “HIV Prevention Starts With Me.”
The funding from the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and Macy’s will benefit the LEAP for Girls program at GMHC.
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