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Here’s how the administration’s abortion-related attack relates to HIV. Plus: Will the CDC stop collecting vital LGBT data?
How does the FY2018 budget affect HIV and opioid efforts? And what about Planned Parenthood and Obamacare?
Advice and memories from this AIDS activist, Planned Parenthood peer educator, long-term survivor and mom.
Foreign groups, including AIDS organizations, can’t receive U.S. funds if they even discuss abortion. Here’s a review of that policy.
Unfortunately, I learned it all the hard way . . .
Here’s what happened next (and a little about me).
The Gilead Sciences funding will be carried out in partnership with the Black AIDS Institute.
While all eyes are on the Senate health bill, lawmakers in the House plan to gut the Minority AIDS Initiative Fund.
Among its health care offerings, Planned Parenthood provides HIV services to men and women.
In addition to health care, Planned Parenthood also provides HIV/STI education, prevention, testing, and linkages to care.
Here’s how folks on social media reacted. (Hint: Not good.)
A longtime national AIDS advocate reflects on what the HIV community can expect from DC postelection.
Efforts to stop federal dollars from reaching Planned Parenthood led to a government shutdown in 2013.
Grantees serve critical populations: homeless, LGBT, youth, African-American, incarcerated people and more.
Evaluate HIV-related issues in the 2016 election.
National, state and local races will affect HIV prevention, care and treatment—both at home and abroad.
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