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An exhibit—“Antonio Lopez: Let Me Hear Your Body Talk”—offers a rare look at the queer fashion illustrator lost to AIDS.
Among pregnant women, household density was the strongest predictor of this potentially severe respiratory illness.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that about 36,400 people contracted HIV in 2018.
The bilingual “How Low Can You Go?” campaign offers “life-changing news” for more than 6,400 residents.
The Campbell Foundation, known for supporting HIV research, awarded the grants. Here’s how some are being used.
Free virtual sessions will run from June through October.
They’re all AIDS United grantees uplifting the importance of HIV testing.
About 1.4 million adults in the United States identify as transgender. Many are at high risk of HIV.
Watch an inspiring video about the beloved New Yorker who operated HIV-testing programs and syringe exchanges for people taking hormones.
Lillibeth Gonzalez shares why U=U is so important to her and how she gets the word out in her community.
More than 230,000 women and girls have been diagnosed with HIV in the United States; this year’s theme focuses on prevention.
Over $11 million has been awarded to alternative, lab-based clinical research—and $1.2 million to Holiday Hugs.
However, Latinos are still less likely to have coverage compared with whites.
They began their national health summit in DC by honoring a trans woman recently murdered in Puerto Rico.
Researchers have called for improved communication about sexual orientation and HIV testing between pediatricians and adolescents.
The gifts arrive from The Campbell Foundation, known for supporting HIV cure research.
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