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Stigma is deadlier than the disease itself, and the top driver of HIV stigma, in my opinion, is the church.
“People living with HIV should not be subjected to a different system of justice based on outdated science and misguided assumptions.”
She alleges the facility disclosed her status and then evicted her.
Maryland’s HIV laws “are disproportionately enforced based on gender and race,” notably against Black men, finds the Williams Institute.
“Ending AIDS is possible but only if we take bold action.”
Many people from racial and ethnic minority groups brace themselves for insults and judgments before medical appointments.
Living with HIV, my biggest fear isn’t the virus itself; it’s the fear of losing control over my own narrative.
From November 13 to 20, the Zero Transphobia campaign builds solidarity to fight discrimination, HIV, violence and more.
The woman is suing for HIV discrimination, alleging a treatment facility disclosed her HIV status to fellow residents then evicted her.
The lawsuit alleges that Tennessee’s aggravated prostitution statute targets and discriminates against people living with HIV.
Discrimination may help trigger unhealthy brain-gut crosstalk that contributes to inflammation, obesity, and other health problems.
That’s the theme of World AIDS Day 2023, marked December 1. Here are five actions to accelerate the end of the HIV epidemic.
New types of plans target cultural and ethnic communities with special offerings and native-language practitioners.
Designation, new research program and update to NIH mission will help ensure inclusion of people with disabilities.
Magic Johnson and his wife, Cookie, were honored at the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation’s annual ball.
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