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Three counties in the state are among 48 nationwide eligible for federal HIV resources. Here’s what’s fueling new cases in these regions.
These are the four pillars of the pilot program.
Stop by during the Oklahoma City Pride Festival on June 22 for an HIV Test, a visit with a doc and a script for PrEP.
A closer look at the Deep South’s HIV prevention problem
Cabell County saw about 28 new HIV cases, but nearly 1,800 people living there inject drugs.
Broad details emerge, such as targeting the HIV hot spots that, when combined, account for 50 percent of new HIV cases.
Rural hospital closings, Medicaid expansions and trouble in U.S. territories
A collection of experiences regarding so-called friends and health care professionals
The federal funding has been awarded to the Midwest AIDS Training and Education Center in Chicago.
A prominent AIDS organization in Panama City, Florida, can’t reach its clients in rural counties.
This South Carolina health center reaches urban and rural clients with a new testing van—and a raffle for free concert tickets!
After the identification of 52 new HIV cases in a Massachusetts region, the state asks the CDC to help investigate.
The Rural Women’s Health Project honors Cecilia Chung and Tami Haught.
This finding could lead to greater access to psychological services for those living in rural areas.
It’s fueled in part by two $25,000 grants.
This is the first state to claim that it’s now cheaper to provide only the HIV meds instead of comprehensive health coverage.
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