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Two HIV lawsuits challenging Pentagon policy will go to trial next month. A third is on its way.
New details have surfaced since the U.S. ordered a Chinese firm to sell the gay dating app it acquired last year.
“We are scared for the safety of our activists and call upon the global community to help the people of Venezuela living with HIV.”
“This is a major victory in our fight to ensure everyone living with HIV can serve their country without discrimination.”
“Trump is sending some men and women in uniform home for the holidays without jobs.”
Our current cover subject, Charles Sanchez, talks combining his acting skills and HIV activism to create a musical comedy web series.
OutServe-SLDN assists military living with HIV who are facing more challenges to serving their country.
The Trump administration had asked that the lawsuit be dismissed.
Plus: updates on transgender veterans and PrEP in the military.
A Lambda Legal lawsuit challenges Pentagon policy. Now it seeks an end to discharges until the case is decided.
The HIV-prevention drug isn’t an approved med for pilots, even though it’s allowed in the Navy.
He’s not allowed to serve as an officer, and he can’t be deployed. Under Trump’s new policy, that could get him discharged.
Robert R. Redfield, MD, is a longtime HIV researcher. But he’s also controversial.
In the past, he was accused of misusing data, showing religious bias and discriminating against gay men and people with HIV.
A “blatantly discriminatory” 1996 law required the discharge of HIV-positive service members. It didn’t last long.
“Stigma and discrimination too often contribute to late diagnoses, poor outcomes and often higher health care costs.”
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