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New CDC Report Highlighting HIV Among Millennials Gives Good and Bad News

New CDC Report Highlighting HIV Among Millennials Gives Good and Bad News

"Until we normalize HIV testing and remove testing stigma, this will continue to be a problem where many don’t know their status," said Brandon Brown.

By: George M. Johnson

New CDC Report Highlighting HIV Among Millennials Gives Good and Bad News

By: George M. Johnson
March 22nd
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March 22nd
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New CDC Report Highlighting HIV Among Millennials Gives Good and Bad News

Science Community Signs Letter to President Trump About HIV/AIDS Funding

Science Community Signs Letter to President Trump About HIV/AIDS Funding

200 scientists, researchers, and clinicians have come out against the Trump Administration’s policies that undermine the global HIV response.

By: George M. Johnson

Science Community Signs Letter to President Trump About HIV/AIDS Funding

By: George M. Johnson
March 15th
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March 15th
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Science Community Signs Letter to President Trump About HIV/AIDS Funding

Opinion: The Power of Wakanda

Opinion: The Power of Wakanda

“Black Panther” creates a fantasy that allows us to escape and to vividly imagine what life could have been like if our ancestors had never been enslaved.

By: Ashley Innes

Opinion: The Power of Wakanda

By: Ashley Innes
March 8th
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March 8th
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Opinion: The Power of Wakanda

Study: Trauma Linked to Sexual Risk Behaviors in Some Men

Study: Trauma Linked to Sexual Risk Behaviors in Some Men

A new study coming from the Central Asian country of Kazakhstan reveals a link between trauma and sexual risk behaviors.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Trauma Linked to Sexual Risk Behaviors in Some Men

By: Grant Schleifer
March 6th
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March 6th
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Study: Trauma Linked to Sexual Risk Behaviors in Some Men

George's LGBTea: Fighting HIV Pill Fatigue

George's LGBTea: Fighting HIV Pill Fatigue

I went almost 30 years of my life without having the requirement of taking a pill every day.

By: George M. Johnson

George's LGBTea: Fighting HIV Pill Fatigue

By: George M. Johnson
March 1st
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March 1st
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George's LGBTea: Fighting HIV Pill Fatigue

Study: Combination Antiretroviral Therapy Prevents Cognitive Decline

Study: Combination Antiretroviral Therapy Prevents Cognitive Decline

The new study shows that early initiation of cART may minimize neurological deterioration in people living with HIV.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Combination Antiretroviral Therapy Prevents Cognitive Decline

By: Grant Schleifer
February 14th
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February 14th
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Study: Combination Antiretroviral Therapy Prevents Cognitive Decline

Not Suicide, Then Homicide. Not Homicide, Then Homeless. Not Homeless, Then HIV: On Being Black and LGBTQ

Not Suicide, Then Homicide. Not Homicide, Then Homeless. Not Homeless, Then HIV: On Being Black and LGBTQ

George M. Johnson takes us through the tragic journey of so many young black LGBTQ people whose lives were cut very, very short.

By: George M. Johnson

Not Suicide, Then Homicide. Not Homicide, Then Homeless. Not Homeless, Then HIV: On Being Black and LGBTQ

By: George M. Johnson
February 12th
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February 12th
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Not Suicide, Then Homicide. Not Homicide, Then Homeless. Not Homeless, Then HIV: On Being Black and LGBTQ

Study Links Improved HIV Treatment to Reduced Cancer Risk

Study Links Improved HIV Treatment to Reduced Cancer Risk

Effective HIV treatment does more than just reduce viral load.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study Links Improved HIV Treatment to Reduced Cancer Risk

By: Grant Schleifer
February 9th
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February 9th
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Study Links Improved HIV Treatment to Reduced Cancer Risk

Study: Healthcare Discrimination Linked to Suboptimal HIV Medication Adherence in Women

Study: Healthcare Discrimination Linked to Suboptimal HIV Medication Adherence in Women

More than one quarter of people living with HIV in the U.S. report being discriminated against by a healthcare employee.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Healthcare Discrimination Linked to Suboptimal HIV Medication Adherence in Women

By: Grant Schleifer
February 6th
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February 6th
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Study: Healthcare Discrimination Linked to Suboptimal HIV Medication Adherence in Women

Study: Quality of Life Improves After Starting Second-Line HIV Treatment

Study: Quality of Life Improves After Starting Second-Line HIV Treatment

For people whose first-line HIV treatment has failed, second-line treatment gives hope for a better quality of life.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Quality of Life Improves After Starting Second-Line HIV Treatment

By: Grant Schleifer
February 2nd
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February 2nd
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Study: Quality of Life Improves After Starting Second-Line HIV Treatment