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Only four members at the U.N. high-level meeting on AIDS voted against a declaration to reduce HIV rates and stigma.
UPDATE: Data from 2019 and 2020 have been added to America’s HIV Epidemic Analysis Dashboard (AHEAD), an interactive digital map.
2019 HIV cases were the lowest since 1990, and hepatitis B rates also fell, according to a WHO report. But most STIs peaked.
The new HIV cases are linked to the opioid crisis and homelessness.
On this #APIMay19, support anti-violence efforts and stand in solidarity with Asian and Pacific Islander communities.
“While this represents just eight new cases…we need to understand [this] so we can implement prevention tactics.”
The UNAIDS global AIDS strategy for the next five years requires $29 billion annually and sets these goals.
Watch “Positively Native,” a short film on HIV issues in Native communities, and raise awareness for NNHAAD on March 20.
“You. Me. WE. Changing the face of HIV” is the 2021 theme of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD).
There’s more to consider in Georgia than this week’s runoff elections—for example, its HIV epidemic and LGBTQ health equity.
Globally, a child contracts HIV every 100 seconds. A new, affordable treatment is available, but the COVID-19 pandemic hinders access.
How many people have HIV in the United States? In the world? Here’s a primer on basic statistics.
In a state where HIV rates have been climbing, faster and better access to prevention is vital.
Transgender and gender-nonconforming people face high HIV rates and record numbers of violent deaths.
The decline has nothing to do with fewer hookups during COVID-19 lockdowns.
The Washington Blade checks in.
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