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The Legacy of President Barack Obama: Celebrating a Commitment to an AIDS-Free Generation

The Legacy of President Barack Obama: Celebrating a Commitment to an AIDS-Free Generation

As President Obama prepares to leave office, I believe it is important to celebrate the progress his administration made in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

By: Ashley Innes

The Legacy of President Barack Obama: Celebrating a Commitment to an AIDS-Free Generation

By: Ashley Innes
January 13th
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January 13th
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The Legacy of President Barack Obama: Celebrating a Commitment to an AIDS-Free Generation

Republicans’ Attempts to Achieve Legislative Repeal of Affordable Care Act May Affect Treatment For People Living With HIV

Republicans’ Attempts to Achieve Legislative Repeal of Affordable Care Act May Affect Treatment For People Living With HIV

In the early morning hours of Thursday, January 12, 2017, Senate Republicans voted the majority, 51-48, to take the first steps to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

By: Stephen Lucin

Republicans’ Attempts to Achieve Legislative Repeal of Affordable Care Act May Affect Treatment For People Living With HIV

By: Stephen Lucin
January 12th
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January 12th
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Republicans’ Attempts to Achieve Legislative Repeal of Affordable Care Act May Affect Treatment For People Living With HIV

Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Seen As Answer To Reduced HIV Infections Globally

Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Seen As Answer To Reduced HIV Infections Globally

Voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) is a cost-effective, one-time intervention that has been shown to provide lifelong partial protection against HIV.

By: Alex Kopel

Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Seen As Answer To Reduced HIV Infections Globally

By: Alex Kopel
January 11th
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January 11th
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Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Seen As Answer To Reduced HIV Infections Globally

Russia’s Plan to Combat HIV: A National HIV Registry

Russia’s Plan to Combat HIV: A National HIV Registry

Russia believes a National HIV Registry will combat climbing infection rates.

By: Alex Kopel

Russia’s Plan to Combat HIV: A National HIV Registry

By: Alex Kopel
January 10th
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January 10th
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Russia’s Plan to Combat HIV: A National HIV Registry

8 New Year’s Resolutions For People Living With HIV

8 New Year’s Resolutions For People Living With HIV

Rather than thinking of the following tips as resolutions, we can instead think of these 8 ideas as small steps to achieving a healthier lifestyle.

By: Alex Kopel

8 New Year’s Resolutions For People Living With HIV

By: Alex Kopel
January 9th
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January 9th
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8 New Year’s Resolutions For People Living With HIV

'F*ck W/Out Fear' is New LA LGBT Center Campaign to Reduce HIV Infection, Promote PrEP

'F*ck W/Out Fear' is New LA LGBT Center Campaign to Reduce HIV Infection, Promote PrEP

'F*ck w/out Fear' is the message of a new campaign by the Los Angeles LGBT Center to raise awareness for pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) as a safe and effective tool to prevent HIV.

By: HIV Equal

'F*ck W/Out Fear' is New LA LGBT Center Campaign to Reduce HIV Infection, Promote PrEP

By: HIV Equal
January 6th
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January 6th
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'F*ck W/Out Fear' is New LA LGBT Center Campaign to Reduce HIV Infection, Promote PrEP

New Study Suggests Four Days of ARV Treatment Equal to Seven

New Study Suggests Four Days of ARV Treatment Equal to Seven

A four-day-on, three-day-off routine could help relieve the burden of having to remember to take a pill daily as well as relieve HIV treatment costs.

By: Alex Kopel

New Study Suggests Four Days of ARV Treatment Equal to Seven

By: Alex Kopel
January 5th
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January 5th
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New Study Suggests Four Days of ARV Treatment Equal to Seven

HIV’s 30-Year Generational Gap

HIV’s 30-Year Generational Gap

A few months ago I attended the United States Conference on AIDS (USCA) in Florida to check in on the new trends going on in the world of HIV prevention. In addition to the beautiful weather, the conference made a notable shift in the normal narrative about HIV, and placed a heavy focus on the intersection of HIV and racial disparities through a “Black Lives Matter” lens. I was excited to see what felt like the first time in a long time that a national conference really got into where the epidemic currently resides and what steps need to be made in the effort to end those disparities. However, it was during the final day of the conference that I was most inspired to speak on a topic of great importance of where we were, where
By: George M. Johnson

HIV’s 30-Year Generational Gap

By: George M. Johnson
January 4th
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January 4th
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HIV’s 30-Year Generational Gap

2016: An HIV Year in Review

2016: An HIV Year in Review

2016 has been an exciting year for HIV research and news.

By: Alex Kopel

2016: An HIV Year in Review

By: Alex Kopel
January 3rd
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January 3rd
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2016: An HIV Year in Review

Affirmations For the Soul

Affirmations For the Soul

Affirmations are the little things that we can read, speak and internalize daily to keep our spirits high and souls nourished

By: George M. Johnson

Affirmations For the Soul

By: George M. Johnson
December 23rd
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December 23rd
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Affirmations For the Soul