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The Well Project interviews Katie Willingham, CAB member and A Girl Like Me blogger, for our “Spotlight: Women Making a Difference” series.
The 1917 Clinic has offered HIV services in Birmingham, Alabama, since 1988.
Yes! Here’s a snapshot of HIV providers responding to the new pandemic.
Michael Saag, MD, opened an HIV clinic in Alabama in 1988. Listen to a recent podcast with the infectious disease specialist.
PWN-USA leverages the HIV community’s power for Election 2020.
The historic 1917 Clinic in Birmingham will triple in size.
PWN-USA launches Vote Positive to leverage the HIV community’s power. Teams are already on the ground in these 11 states.
The ordained Baptist reverend talks about the intersections of religion, HIV/AIDS and the South.
The results of a poll in seven states “are alarming and should hasten our…efforts on viral suppression.” There’s also good news!
The money will help fund Birmingham’s efforts to achieve the UNAIDS 90-90-90 treatment goals.
And other surprising ways that abortion rights and HIV are linked.
PACHA had been empty over a year, after everyone quit or was fired by Trump.
“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.
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