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People with HIV, medical societies and women’s health organizations sound off on the SCOTUS draft that proposes to overrule Roe v. Wade.
For starters, the five-year National HIV/AIDS Strategy centers people living with HIV and addresses racism. These six elements stand out.
People with HIV can now apply for visas and move to New Zealand. These other countries still impose restrictions.
Despite being disproportionately affected by HIV, many Latinos living with the virus are thriving.
Donations dropped 70% due to COVID-19, and Americans on HIV treatment today have fewer unused meds, says the nonprofit’s founder.
A three-city survey of gay and bisexual Latino men living with HIV offers insight on treatment adherence and more.
Check out The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway in Seattle—and learn why there’s a huge X sculpture made of speakers! [SLIDESHOW]
“Transgender and HIV-positive people are severely suffering in U.S. immigration detention facilities,” say activist groups.
Ending HIV requires lawmakers in Congress dedicated to health equity, racial justice, sex education, housing and more.
If the asylum ban goes forward, “the U.S. will deport countless LGBTQ and HIV-positive refugees back to persecution, torture and death.”
People fighting the spread of COVID-19 face many unique challenges when doing contact tracing among low-income Latino immigrants.
Cristina Herrera provides support for the Latinx transgender community.
In launching a new grassroots network, Latinx people living with HIV define their own agenda.
Nine findings from ViiV Healthcare’s Latinx Listening Initiative
NAIRHHA Day also brings focus to other epidemics fueling HIV disparities.
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