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Join a week of activities leading up to the virtual march in Washington, DC, on Saturday, October 3.
Advocates and lawmakers spoke with AIDS United during the recent political conventions.
A digital dashboard displays six gauges in the nation’s effort to lower HIV rates by 90% by 2030.
A similar training program, ESCALATE, will teach communities to recognize and fight HIV stigma.
This week’s virtual conversations are part of the 2020 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care & Treatment.
The CDC funding goes to 32 state and local health departments as part of a federal initiative.
A federal grant for a Latino adolescent center in the South Bronx will help evaluate a new peer-based approach.
New York collaborators will also address the related epidemics of hepatitis C, sexually transmitted infections and opioid use.
Georgia gets revved up about drive-through HIV testing. Some folks in Florida can pick up free at-home tests.
While much has changed, HIV health outcomes continue to expose our movement’s problem with race.
Safeway and other Albertsons pharmacies will also participate, allowing uninsured clients to fill PrEP prescriptions at no cost.
Funding will support the DC Cohort, the “largest citywide study of people living with HIV in the United States.”
Hint: Gilead Sciences donated the meds for Trump’s HIV prevention program, so that cost isn’t the issue.
A closer look at New York State’s ETE metrics and the progress made since 2014.
Lessons from Spain offer both reassurance and concern
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