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Counterfeit versions of Biktarvy and Descovy were sold through pharmacies in the past two years, claims drugmaker Gilead Sciences.
Every household can now order four free COVID-19 tests through a federal website. Here are other options for free tests.
This Palm Springs clinic tests and treats sexually transmitted infections, HIV and hepatitis C at no cost. Plus, it offers PrEP.
The two-day SMART Ride in southern Florida raised funds for five HIV service organizations.
The Hep ElimiNATION partnership will assign grades to all 52 U.S. jurisdictions based on their viral hepatitis achievements.
A “Black Latina girl from New Jersey,” Michaela Jaé Rodriguez played Blanca, a trans woman living with HIV, on the series “Pose.”
The cyberattack did not involve ransomware or disrupt patient care, says Broward Health of southeast Florida.
Plus: The White House moves to ensure that future ACA health plans cost less, protect those with chronic illness and don’t discriminate.
An expanded HIV Vaccine Trials Network Faith Initiative aims to reach Black, Latino and Indigenous communities of faith. [VIDEO]
As sexually transmitted infections surge nationwide, a California law—the first of its kind—requires health insurance to cover home tests.
Watch AIDS czar Harold Phillips lead discussions on how the National HIV/AIDS Strategy can help communities, organizations and you.
AIDSVu maps display data on HIV diagnoses, viral suppression rates, race, gender, PrEP and much more, organized by city, county and state.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends HIV testing for youth ages 15 and older. Updated guidance now includes PrEP and PEP.
An AVAC report also notes that most research and development of HIV prevention is funded almost entirely by one type of investor.
The documentary short “Right to Try” follows Jeffrey Drew as he participates in an experimental and controversial treatment to cure HIV.
And yet women account for only 17% of Kentucky’s HIV population, according to a new report by the Williams Institute.
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