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November 30, 2015
$6.6M for TasP, PrEP and PEP in NYC's Plan to End AIDS
TasP, PrEP and PEP rely on HIV meds to lower infection rates. The goal is to drop from 3,000 to 750 annual cases in New York State by 2020.
N.Y. Governor to Seek $200M in State Funds for AIDS Programs
New York will require that permanent and term life insurance be available for HIV-positive people between 30 and 60 years old.
November 25, 2015
Army Investigates Alleged Leak of Soldiers' HIV Status
A colonel is accused of directing subordinates to compile and circulate a list of soldiers who are HIV positive.
November 24, 2015
Like to Party? Then This Time2PrEP Video Is for You
Three video spots from Public Health Solutions promote Truvada as HIV prevention. 'PrEP and Love' stars real-life serodiscordant couples.
November 23, 2015
Southern Campaign and Survey Look at Black Families Affected by HIV
Georgia Greater Than AIDS created the 'We Are Family' campaign to highlight that 'having the support of loved ones is lifesaving.'
November 20, 2015
Why We Need a Condom Emoji, and How to Make It Happen
A Durex campaign called #CondomEmoji aims to get a condom added to your phone’s official library of emojis
International Transgender Day of Remembrance 2015
Reflect on those who have died because of anti-transgender violence. And know that transgender women are also at higher risk of HIV.
November 19, 2015
Top 20 HIV Charities of 2015, Listed by
Six new groups, including Sero Project, Love Heals and the Damien Center, make's top 20 HIV charities.
November 18, 2015
How the HIV Community Responded to Charlie Sheen's Disclosure
Charlie Sheen's public announcement was a teachable moment to discus HIV criminalization, sex workers, stigma and much more.
November 17, 2015
Charlie Sheen: I Have HIV, Am Undetectable and Paid $10M in Shakedowns
Charlie Sheen's major health issues weren't the HIV itself, but rather the substance abuse and depression related to his HIV diagnosis, said his doctor.
November 16, 2015
AIDS Groups Urge Feds to Prevent Discrimination in Health Care Plans
The 'I Am Essential' coalition wants to ensure, for example, that health insurance plans cannot place all HIV meds in the highest cost tier.
November 13, 2015
White House Unveils the Theme for World AIDS Day 2015
The theme for World AIDS Day is 'The Time to Act Is Now.' #WAD2015 will be observed Tuesday, December 1.
November 12, 2015
These Obamacare Health Plans Limit Access to HIV Meds
This year, only 16 percent of the Silver health insurance plans covered all the top HIV drug regimens for less than $100 per month per regimen.
November 11, 2015
What Do Women in State Prisons Think About Their HIV Services?
Women in New York State prisons want more peer-based services and increased confidentiality in regards to their HIV, according to a report.
November 10, 2015
France to Relax Its Ban on Gay Men Donating Blood
Gay men who are celibate one year can donate blood, and those who are monogamous or celibate four months can donate plasma.
November 09, 2015
'Condoms in Porn' Initiative Qualifies for California Ballot in 2016
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation supports the measure. Others point out that adult films are not the primary source of HIV.
November 06, 2015
Remembering Trans Artist and HIV Activist Chloe Dzubilo
Justin Vivian Bond, Buzz Slutzky, Jeffrey Greene and T De Long told how Chloe Dzubilo inspired, educated and created art.
November 05, 2015
'Significant Victory' as Gilead Expands Co-Pay Assistance for Truvada as PrEP
Gilead's co-pay assistance program will cover a total annual benefit of $3,600 with no monthly limit--which will help folks with high deductibles.
November 04, 2015
Calling HIV 'Loathsome,' Judge Rules for Model Used in HIV Ad
The model's face appeared in an HIV campaign without her permission.
November 03, 2015
How You Can #SingForAIDS and Rally for a Cure
Record your remake of 'That's What Friends Are For' --which benefited amfAR--then post it on social media with hashtag #SingForAIDS.
November 02, 2015
ViiV to Fund Five HIV Programs for Young Gay and Bisexual Men
The five programs reach young gay and bisexual men through digital platforms such as mobile apps and dating websites.
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