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A closer look at the Deep South’s HIV prevention problem
Southern nonprofit SBPAN launches a new awareness campaign and announces a network advisory council.
“Sing Your Song” puts power into the hands of people living with HIV and demonstrates the value of networks.
Cecilia Chung, June Gipson and David Holtgrave bring experience and diversity to the group’s board.
HIV advocates in DC, as captured in hashtags, pics and videos.
Excellent coverage by The New York Times versus a misstep by CBS.
The $25 fee could deter people from getting tested in Mississippi, where HIV and STI rates are high.
An immersive play for and about Black gay men in the South
Isolation exacerbates HIV disparities among Black gay and bisexual men in Mississippi.
22 billboards promote the “Safety: Delivered” campaign by AIDS Services Coalition.
Using peer support to organize and empower people living with HIV/AIDS in the Southern United States
I admire people who take the heat--literally and figuratively--every day in the Southern United States, the hot spot domestically for HIV/AIDS...
An HIV Prevention Justice Alliance coordinator on the injustice behind a second baby functionally cured of HIV.
More than half of the people with HIV in Hinds County, where Jackson is located, are not currently receiving care.
After a 2-year-old child from Mississippi was functionally cured of HIV after an atypically aggressive antiretroviral (ARV) treatment shortly...
A group of scientists is laying the groundwork for an attempt to replicate the case of the child who was apparently functionally cured of HIV.
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