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Jai Rodriguez Encourages HIV+ Latinx Gay and Bisexual Men To Live Positively Fearless

Jai Rodriguez Encourages HIV+ Latinx Gay and Bisexual Men To Live Positively Fearless

By Winnie McCroy | Sep 9
HIV continues to have a profound impact on the Latinx community. This is why Jai Rodriguez and Adrian Altamirano are partnering with Positively Fearless; to help the Latinx community take control of their own health.

PrEP Found to Be Safe For Gay, Bisexual Adolescent Boys

PrEP Found to Be Safe For Gay, Bisexual Adolescent Boys

Sep 7
A pill that protects people from contracting HIV can now be safely prescribed and used by young men who have sex with men.

Black AIDS Institute Launches The State of Healthcare Reform in Black America

Black AIDS Institute Launches The State of Healthcare Reform in Black America

Sep 7
On September 6 at the Washington, DC Marriott Marquis Hotel, The Black AIDS Institute holds The State of Healthcare Reform in Black America Policy Pre-Conference event.

US AIDS Conference Opens With $1M Donation to Help HIV Orgs Impacted by Hurricanes

US AIDS Conference Opens With $1M Donation to Help HIV Orgs Impacted by Hurricanes

Sep 7
A $1 million fund to help HIV organizations impacted by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma was announced today at the opening of the 21st annual U.S. Conference on AIDS in Washington, DC. The $1 million is being donated by Gilead Sciences.

NMAC HIV/STD Action Day Brings Volunteers From Across Country To Lobby Congress

NMAC HIV/STD Action Day Brings Volunteers From Across Country To Lobby Congress

Sep 6
NMAC's bi-annual HIV/STD Action Day on September 6 will bring together nearly 300 advocates and activists from around the nation to ask Congress to stop proposed deep federal budget cuts for HIV services.

Demonstration Project Amplifies Transgender Leadership in Fight Against HIV

Demonstration Project Amplifies Transgender Leadership in Fight Against HIV

Sep 6
AIDS United awarded eight organizations first-ever demonstration grants to increase transgender leadership within organizations, in community planning bodies and in local networks to aid the response to HIV.

Boston Pledges to End HIV By 2020

Boston Pledges to End HIV By 2020

Sep 5
Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh signed the Paris Declaration on Fast-Track Cities on August 31st, vowing that by 2020, 90 percent of the epidemic will be under control.

Court Weighs 1st Amendment Challenge to Ohio HIV Assault Law

Court Weighs 1st Amendment Challenge to Ohio HIV Assault Law

By Andrew Welsh-Huggins | Sep 4
The Ohio Supreme Court is considering a constitutional challenge of a law requiring HIV-infected individuals to tell sexual partners about their status before having sex.

We Can't End AIDS Without Ending the Epidemic in the Rural Deep South

We Can't End AIDS Without Ending the Epidemic in the Rural Deep South

Aug 29
A first-of-its-kind report draws sharp contrasts between at-risk signifiers and HIV/AIDS indicators, such as care and services for HIV/AIDS in rural Louisiana vs. New Orleans and Baton Rouge.

Suit: Aetna Violated Law with Envelope Revealing HIV Status

Suit: Aetna Violated Law with Envelope Revealing HIV Status

Aug 29
A Pennsylvania man is suing health insurer Aetna, saying his sister learned he was taking HIV medication after the company mailed him an envelope with a large, clear window that showed information on where to purchase the drugs.

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