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The 60 recipients of federal Ryan White funding work to prevent HIV transmission and improve access to care and treatment.
The HIV program focuses on Black college students in the South. The Black AIDS Institute will partner with Cardea and the Legacy Project.
Nearly half of people living with HIV in the United States receive support from the federal Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program.
Black women are disproportionately impacted by HIV, but do they receive their fair share of funding?
The WRI 2021 Virtual meeting assessed the current US policy landscape as it relates to women and HIV.
This represents a new high for HIV-diagnosed people who receive medical care covered by the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program.
A similar training program, ESCALATE, will teach communities to recognize and fight HIV stigma.
“I think Rick Scott fueled the epidemic in Florida.”
Here’s how the $1 million in federal funds will be put to use in metropolitan counties.
The plan is to help U.S. health centers hire more than 800 providers to treat nearly 124,000 new clients who abuse drugs.
About 8,000 people living with HIV will receive access to expanded services.
Twenty-two community health centers across four states are now being encouraged to apply for government grants.
The funds help provide services for more than half a million people living with the virus.
Five organizations will receive the federal support.
She was the deputy associate administrator of the bureau for the past 10 years.
For many years HRSA’s HIV/AIDS Bureau has worked to increase access to hepatitis C
treatment for HIV-infected patients
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