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New data and campaigns show progress in the fight against HIV. However, substantial and widening disparities persist.
Significant funding cuts to the CDC, Ryan White AIDS Program, PEPFAR and other programs are on the table.
In a blog post, NMAC executive director Paul Kawata announces his appointment to the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS.
And what’s gained when a long-running Palm Springs AIDS walk fundraiser changes its name to reflect expanded health services?
About 94% of white people who could benefit from PrEP have been prescribed it, but only 13% of Black and 24% of Latino people have been.
That’s the theme of World AIDS Day 2023, marked December 1. Here are five actions to accelerate the end of the HIV epidemic.
Magic Johnson and his wife, Cookie, were honored at the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation’s annual ball.
Proposal would cut $1.6 billion from the CDC, decimating Trump’s Ending the HIV Epidemic initiative.
Over 130 HIV groups decry proposals to slash HIV funding in the U.S. and abroad. Join their DC press conference on Tuesday, September 5.
The program provides primary medical care, medication and support services to approximately half of people diagnosed with HIV.
By signing the latest version of the Paris Declaration, Baltimore and Cleveland reaffirm their commitment to ending HIV by 2030.
Emergency rooms can provide vital access to HIV services. Just ask the Swedish Ballard Emergency Department in King County, Washington.
Eleven years ago, Truvada became the first medication approved for HIV prevention. Today, disparities in PrEP coverage still exist.
Ending AIDS is a political and financial choice, UNAIDS states. Some countries see “extraordinary results,” but the U.S. faces challenges.
The theme of this year’s #HIVTestingDay, marked Tuesday, June 27, is “Take the Test & Take the Next Steps.”
The CDC recommends that everyone 13 to 64 get tested for HIV at least once. Why stop at 64? SAGE wants the upper limit removed.
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