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Recruiting gay and bisexual Black men living with HIV into clinical trials may be as easy as walking into a clinic.
Five community-based groups received grants from AIDS United to fight HIV stigma and build leadership.
Gay and bisexual men accounted for 69% of the total 36,801 new HIV diagnoses in 2019. To learn more, search #NGMHAAD.
Nearly 55% of LGBTQ Americans identify as bisexual, though they’re often erased in queer conversations including those on HIV and health.
The outbreaks near Duluth, Minnesota, have advocates scrambling to offer rapid HIV testing and clean syringes.
A three-city survey of gay and bisexual Latino men living with HIV offers insight on treatment adherence and more.
LGBTQ community centers team with the ADVANCE study to research blood donor eligibility and HIV risk. Participants wanted!
Through its “My Body, My Health” initiative, Human Rights Campaign tackles HIV in minority and LGBTQ communities.
13,000 gay and bi Black and Latino men received PrEP care through collaboratives.
The training would include accurate information for people affected by HIV of all genders, sexualities and races to gain patients’ trust.
Black and Latino bisexual adults in this small survey had the lowest confidence in accessing HIV care and prevention services.
Jordan Eagles creates art with human blood and superheroes.
Between 2014 and 2018, the annual HIV diagnosis rate mostly flatlined or declined less among Black and Latino gay men, depending on age.
Currently, gay and bisexual men can donate blood if they have not had sex for three months.
Plus, advocates in Canada want health officials there to also allow more gay and bi men to donate blood.
Incarceration and police discrimination are linked to HIV risk in Black gay and bisexual men.
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