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The AIDS Walk program and viewing parties take place Sunday, May 16, and raise funds for those vulnerable to HIV and COVID-19.
An HIV clinic saw a 31% lower likelihood of viral suppression after transitioning to telehealth due to COVID-19.
A study of drug- and alcohol-related deaths in San Francisco reveal stark differences between people with and without HIV.
Plus: Seven European cities surpass the Fast-Track HIV targets.
Long-term survivors release a statement detailing their challenges and demands.
The city launched a program to start people on treatment within six days of diagnosis in 2015.
Rates also declined among Black and Latino men, though COVID-19 disruptions threaten the trend.
Staff at San Francisco AIDS Foundation found that many skills, such as delivering HIV test results, translated well.
Discussions, sessions and abstracts from the International AIDS Conference are now available online for free!
Sewing to remember AIDS losses and to protect against COVID-19
Watch the virtual “AIDS Walk: Live at Home,” which combined the efforts of NYC and San Francisco. Plus, here’s info on the LA event.
They’re pictured in one awe-inspiring digital image. Meanwhile, select panels are displayed in San Francisco as part of AIDS 2020.
The 2020/40 platform hosts multimedia stories of those lost to HIV—Mary Bowman, Vito Russo and Sylvester—and those still in the fight.
A journalist with experience reporting on the early U.S. AIDS epidemic reflects on HIV and COVID-19.
The podcast series “Plague” explores historic conflicts and quiet compassion between the church and LGBTs during the early HIV epidemic.
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