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Navigating Heart Disease and Diabetes with HIV

Navigating Heart Disease and Diabetes with HIV

Dec 27
People living with HIV are more likely to have heart conditions -- yet they're less likely to be on statins that could improve clinical outcomes. Dr. Terry Ferguson explains the latest findings.

The Best HIV and LGBTQ Fundraisers of 2017

The Best HIV and LGBTQ Fundraisers of 2017

By Winnie McCroy | Dec 26
Generosity overflowed in our community as people raised money (often in the face of government cutbacks) to ensure that our programs remained funded.

Duke Develops More Accurate Tool to Track New HIV Infections

Duke Develops More Accurate Tool to Track New HIV Infections

Dec 21
Researchers at the Duke Human Vaccine Institute have developed a more accurate way to gauge the incidence of HIV infections in large populations, which will improve research and prevention strategies worldwide.

Judge: Plastic Surgery was Wrongly Denied for 3 HIV Patients

Judge: Plastic Surgery was Wrongly Denied for 3 HIV Patients

By Larry Neumeister | Dec 21
A cosmetic-surgery firm that denied breast reduction surgery to three men with HIV violated the Americans with Disabilities Act by failing to consider the medical facts regarding each patient before deciding whether surgery could be safely performed.

HIV-Infected Women Not Using Statins as Recommended

HIV-Infected Women Not Using Statins as Recommended

Dec 20
A new study has shown that HIV-infected women do not use statins as recommended by the most recent guidelines.

Think of Iris House For Your Year-End Giving

Think of Iris House For Your Year-End Giving

Dec 20
When you do your year-end giving, consider a donation to Iris House, the NYC ASO helping women living with HIV.

Forget Your Pills? Popit Sends Reminders to Your Phone

Forget Your Pills? Popit Sends Reminders to Your Phone

Dec 19
Do you have a hard time remembering to take your pills? Popit, a new Finnish tracking device and app, can now track it, and send you Bluetooth reminders.

Employment and Housing Have a Critical Impact on HIV Health

Employment and Housing Have a Critical Impact on HIV Health

Dec 19
Amida Care is advocating for the implementation of a 24-month HIV/AIDS Services Administration workforce readiness program where benefits remain in place while income and hours worked increase.

ACRIA's Holiday Dinner with GMHC Raises $375K for Programs

ACRIA's Holiday Dinner with GMHC Raises $375K for Programs

Dec 18
On December 14, ACRIA held its 22nd annual signature winter fundraising event, raising $375,000 to fund ACRIA's lifesaving HIV/AIDS programs.

Report Shows Negatives of Removing Global AIDS Coordinator

Report Shows Negatives of Removing Global AIDS Coordinator

Dec 18
Moving the Office of Global AIDS Coordinator, which oversees PEPFAR, from the State Dept. would negatively effect the global fight against HIV/AIDS, says a new report.

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