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The 60 recipients of federal Ryan White funding work to prevent HIV transmission and improve access to care and treatment.
“While this represents just eight new cases…we need to understand [this] so we can implement prevention tactics.”
The event will take place next May at Ohio State University. But right now you can watch a documentary about an HINAC in Alabama.
We’ve reported on STI clinics closing, but harm reduction advocates are also raising alarms—and trying to reach those most vulnerable.
Mike Dewine saw the threat posed by coronavirus and acted fast. His history with HIV shows why.
What has happened since health experts identified an HIV cluster in Huntington, West Virginia, in 2018?
The Ohio Department of Health did not renew the city’s grant for several reasons.
Three counties in the state are among 48 nationwide eligible for federal HIV resources. Here’s what’s fueling new cases in these regions.
Save the date: The training session will take place from May 30 to June 2, 2020, at Ohio State University.
Many of the 215 injection-drug-related HIV infections could have been averted from a swifter response, according to researchers’ estimates.
The reason is simple: Few children are born with the virus.
In a third case, an ADAP client is suing the state for forcing him to get meds through the CVS pharmacy.
The letters were sent to participants in Ohio’s AIDS Drug Assistance Program.
The programs hope to counter a recent spike in HIV and hepatitis C cases linked to injection drug use.
The surge stems from injection drug use.
It remains a second-degree felony in Ohio for a person with HIV to have sex without first disclosing.
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