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Although it appears as if our shortcomings ares being exhibited, it is clear that a large majority of screened participants have been tested for HIV in their lifetime, which indicates San Diego's success with HIV testing campaigns.
The AIDS United Public Policy Committee, the largest national coalition of ASOs, calls for the scale-up of pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP.
Scientists at the Salk Institute have uncovered a new protein that participates in active HIV replication, that could prove to be a chink in the armor.
Sex-positive Julie Lynn shares her thoughts on why she's keeping herself HIV-negative by taking PrEP.
No new HIV infections have occurred among more than 500 Kaiser Permanente members using pre-exposure prophylaxis -- better known as PrEP -- but condom use appears to be declining among a subset of gay men.
The AIDS Institute praises Congress' strong funding of the Ryan White Program, but is concerned over lack of funding to hepatitis and syringe exchange programs.
A new report by amfAR and GATE highlights the ongoing struggle of transgender individuals across the globe in their fight for access to appropriate and effective HIV care and treatment.
On December 8 and 9, Broadway's best and brightest will dance, sing and celebrate six weeks of intensive fundraising as Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS presents the 26th Annual Gypsy of the Year Competition at the New Amsterdam Theatre.
On Wednesday, December 10 at the Skylight Modern, the leading HIV/AIDS research and education organization, ACRIA, will honor Larry Kramer and Bruce Weber at their 19th Annual Holiday Dinner.
On Friday, December 5, APLA Health & Wellness invites everyone to join the R3VNG (Reshaping 3 Letters through the Voice of the Now Generation) program team at an HIV testing event at the Gleicher/Chen Health Center in Baldwin Hills.
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