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Staff at San Francisco AIDS Foundation found that many skills, such as delivering HIV test results, translated well.
Meanwhile, two similar bike rides on the East Coast are still gearing up to go!
Senator Scott Wiener’s legislation would set statewide policy and goals. For now, it doesn’t seek funding.
Judge’s ruling may pave the way for opening the nation’s first supervised overdose prevention facility.
Plus: Watch these inspiring riders explain why they make the 545-mile trek. [VIDEOS]
Other countries already embrace this form of HIV prevention, also known as “on-demand,” “sex-driven” and “intermittent” PrEP.
Funding from Gilead Sciences’ “HIV Age Positively” initiative will go to these 30 U.S. groups.
Expand health care access; withdraw Medicare Part D changes.
Hint: Officials say a lack of housing in the city hinders their efforts to get to zero new HIV cases.
The seven-day trek from San Francisco to Los Angeles raises funds for HIV/AIDS services in the two cities.
“San Francisco as a city has been very provocative in the fight against HIV.”
Answers from the Twitterverse.
About 2,800 bicyclists completed the seven-day trek in support of these HIV services in California.
Started by 19 groups from around the country, Act Now marks “an exciting and historic development.”
“HIV wonk” Hillary says: “We do have the tools to end this epidemic once and for all.”
Joe Hollendoner arrives at SFAF after stints with the Chicago Department of Public Health and the AIDS Foundation of Chicago.
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