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A Gates Foundation report tracks the pandemic’s global devastation—from health care to equality—and highlights a path forward.
Nine findings from ViiV Healthcare’s Latinx Listening Initiative
Rates also declined among Black and Latino men, though COVID-19 disruptions threaten the trend.
Staff at San Francisco AIDS Foundation found that many skills, such as delivering HIV test results, translated well.
Virtual discussions in Texas and Los Angeles shed light on “the dark side of the rainbow.”
More diversity would help doctors determine whether coronavirus treatments and vaccines will work for all population groups.
The CDC funding goes to 32 state and local health departments as part of a federal initiative.
A new study is the first nationwide analysis of cases and deaths among Latinos from the new coronavirus.
Researchers sought to model the future rates of conditions such as chronic kidney disease and high blood pressure among people with HIV.
A federal grant for a Latino adolescent center in the South Bronx will help evaluate a new peer-based approach.
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.
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