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“There is so much at stake in this midterm election.”
AIDS United reminds people living with HIV that the 2018 election isn’t just about seats in Congress.
Listen to personal tales from the global urban AIDS response, including reports from five U.S. cities.
These interventions are part of the Southern AIDS Coalition’s COMPASS partnerships.
The 1917 Clinic has treated more than 12,000 people.
This is the finding of an analysis of the sole designated PrEP clinic in Birmingham, Alabama.
MAO turns 30.
The proposed law seeks to address recent increases in opioid use, hepatitis C and HIV infections across the state.
Once the leading cause of death in the United States, tuberculosis is back as a health threat, this time in the rural South.
A Baptist pastor in Montgomery, Alabama, confessed from the pulpit he is living with AIDS and had committed adultery with female members.
The judge ruled segregating HIV-positive prisoners violates the ADA, which covers people living with the virus.
Not only is pain common among people living with HIV, it increases the odds of no-show clinic visits.
Under a federal judge’s order, a lawsuit to end the segregation of HIV-positive prisoners in Alabama jails will begin on Monday.
South Alabama Cares (SAC), an AIDS group based in Mobile, will investigate its ’financial irregularities.’
An Alabama man is suing LifeSouth Community Blood Centers, saying he received blood infected with HIV
during a coronary bypass surgery.
The ACLU of Alabama has filed a lawsuit against the Alabama Department of Corrections on behalf of HIV-positive inmates in state prisons
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