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The NIH funding will help test MyPEEPS among gay and bisexual male teens.
The first of its kind, this California bill will boost awareness for the HIV prevention methods.
A side effect of some HIV meds, lipodystrophy results in a redistribution of fat.
The insurer threatened to pull out if the government blocked a merger. Now, it claims Obamacare is too costly.
Harvard’s Institute of Politics selects the AIDS advocate as a resident fellow.
Los Angeles County OKs funding that could reach more than 8,000 residents.
NIH funding goes to the iCON intervention, including an app that teaches life skills.
NYC HIV expert signs consensus statement on the prevention benefits of HIV treatment.
Elizabeth “Libby” Harrison has since been released from jail and is pleading not guilty to the charges filed against her by local police.
Plus, the BEAT-HIV Delaney project spells out its “three research pillars.”
The $274 million scheme cheated Medicaid and sold HIV meds that were mislabeled or potentially expired.
The goal is to manufacture HIV envelope protein immunogens that prevent HIV infection.
HRC promotes health and human rights for people who use drugs.
Obama signs law that updates the benefits formula used by HOPWA.
How does her commitment contrast with that of Trump and Pence? Here’s a rundown.
And why a public health expert there now says, “We have pretty much stopped the spread of HIV.”