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In San Francisco, homeless people accounted for 1 percent of the population but 14 percent of new HIV cases.
We capture key population level metrics and annual targets to end the AIDS epidemic in New York
The annual scientific meeting on liver health revealed exciting new findings concerning the battle against the hep C epidemic.
The clinics “address the emotional and psychological needs often experienced by people living with or at risk of contracting HIV/AIDS.”
The Adolescent Medicine Trials Network of HIV/AIDS Interventions launched two such programs in recent years.
As part of the city partnership, Howard Brown Health and UIC help manage HIV primary care clinics.
A large-scale program offering HIV-positive people financial incentives to get into medical care and to maintain a fully suppressed virus has...
Compared with various other high-income Western nations, the United States fares remarkably poorly in getting people with HIV diagnosed, into...
One in three young people with HIV have viral loads above 50,000 when they are linked to care, making them more likely to pass along the virus...
Only one in five Americans on Medicaid who receive an HIV diagnosis are linked into HIV care within a year.
Only 38 percent of those linked to HIV care while in jail maintain steady checkups after release.
For the estimated 2 percent of prisoners in this country who are living with HIV/AIDS, release from prison brings challenges—finding hou...
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