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Latinos made up 56% of cases in newly detected HIV clusters in Atlanta. What drove the disparity, and how can it be addressed?
Molecular surveillance can detect emerging HIV outbreaks and tailor prevention. It can also criminalize people just for having HIV.
For starters, the five-year National HIV/AIDS Strategy centers people living with HIV and addresses racism. These six elements stand out.
People with HIV loudly objected to the purely biomedical “Ending the HIV Epidemic” plan.
Kenya has been using similar technology for three years. DC’s efforts are among the first in the United States.
Edwin Bernard, executive director of the HIV Justice Network, argues that molecular HIV surveillance risks doing more harm than good.
Advocates say public health surveillance using blood taken for HIV resistance testing risks doing more harm than good.
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Can this HIV prevention strategy overcome mistrust and fear among marginalized communities?
Our cover story is on what we need to know about COVID-19 and HIV. Also, “Rest in power” to the late AIDS activist Larry Kramer.
HIV surveillance technologies continue to develop at a rapid rate. How does this affect our HIV community?
This finding does not suggest that HIV treatment will be any less effective at keeping people healthy or preventing transmission.
Protesters storm the stage! Mother Elektra slays! POZ films it all!
Seattle’s homeless population has swelled as the city faces an affordable housing crisis.
The CDC is expanding its use of molecular surveillance of recent HIV infections to identify clusters of infections.
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