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HIV and African American Gay and Bisexual Men

CDC | February 16, 2024

How political gridlock could kill the best global health program the US ever passed

Vox | January 13, 2024

Watch FYI Video with Harold Phillips: Social Determinants of Health

HIV.gov | January 12, 2024

Our country's dark history of persecuting people with HIV

HIVPlusMag.com | January 4, 2024

National HIV/AIDS Strategy 2023 Interim Action Report Released

TargetHIV | December 5, 2023

Why Congress Must Reauthorize a Lifesaving Program To Fight HIV/AIDS 

Center for American Progress | November 17, 2023

Ways to Commemorate World AIDS Day 35 with HIV.gov

HIV.gov | November 16, 2023

To End The HIV Epidemic, We Need To Reach Unsheltered Homeless Populations 

Health Affairs | October 20, 2023

Medicare Open Enrollment Starts October 15

HIV.gov | October 13, 2023

The Medicaid Unwinding Period: A Message for the HIV Community 

HIV.gov | September 1, 2023

Will the Wildly Successful PEPFAR Global AIDS Program Get Held Up in Congress Due to ... 

TheBody | August 11, 2023

New Funding Budget Cuts HIV Programs

Contagion Live | July 14, 2023

Medicare, Medicaid, and People with HIV: New Issue Briefs from KFF

HIV.gov | July 12, 2023

PEPFAR at 20—Looking Back and Looking Ahead | Global Health

JAMA Network | June 9, 2023

A Reagan official went rogue on AIDS by teaching Americans the truth

The Washington Post | June 8, 2023

The Health Insurance and Financing Landscape for People with and at Risk for HIV

Kaiser Family Foundation | May 25, 2023

American generosity has saved 25 million lives and counting. Let's reauthorize PEPFAR now 

The Hill | April 28, 2023

Medicare Coverage Updates for People With HIV

Clinical Advisor | April 27, 2023

Tennessee HIV Groups to Get $4M in Federal Funds Despite GOP Roadblocks

POZ Magazine | April 21, 2023

Achieving the “Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S.” incidence reduction goals among at-risk ... 

BMC Public Health - BioMed Central | April 20, 2023

340B Drug Pricing Program: What Is It and Why Is It Important?

Contagion Live | April 19, 2023

PEPFAR Is A True Bipartisan Success With An Uncertain Future

Health Affairs | April 14, 2023

NASTAD is pleased to announce the release of the updated Trauma-Informed Approaches Toolkit and microsite

NASTAD | March 2023

Tennessee’s Rejection of $8.8 Million in Federal Funding Alarms H.I.V. Prevention Groups

NY Times | March 24, 2023

Domestic HIV Funding in the White House FY 2024 Budget Request from KFF

KFF | March 16, 2023

Medicare and People with HIV

KFF | March 27, 2023

Medicaid and People with HIV

KFF | March 27, 2023

Metro Atlanta program focuses on treating, providing services to Black women with HIV, AIDS 

WSB-TV | March 10, 2023

National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2023

POZ Magazine | March 10, 2023

"A Renewed Commitment is Needed to Strengthen and Expand the Minority AIDS Initiative."  

O’Neill Institute | March 2023

Repealing laws targeting people living with HIV/AIDS saves lives

UN News - the United Nations | February 28, 2023

O’Neill Unveils New Health Care Litigation Tracker

O’Neill Institute | February 28, 2023

What Will Happen to Tennessee HIV/AIDS Groups After Their State Government Takes Away Federal Funding

TheBody | February 27, 2023

Evolving the HIV Decriminalization Movement

POZ | February 13, 2023

A Dangerous Precedent: Tennessee Rejects Federal Funds for HIV Prevention

Getting Government To Work For Public Health 

Health Affairs | February 3, 2023

   
News Updates

Black New Yorkers Remain Disproportionately Affected by HIV

New York Department of Health | February 7, 2024

Anthony Fauci will reflect on his long government career in 'On Call,' to be published in June

abc News | February 7, 2024

California closes PrEP loophole, takes aim at HIV infection rates

San Francisco Chronicle | February 6, 2024

Assessment of Knowledge and Attitudes Related to HIV/AIDS Among the Population With Increasing Incidence Rate

Cereus | February 2, 2024

Hypertension Prevalence, Control in Women Differs by Race/Ethnicity, HIV Status

Infectious Disease Advisor | February 1, 2024

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Resources

HIV.gov | February 1, 2024

HIV-positive inmate died after being denied medication at Northern California jail, lawsuit alleges 

CBS News | February 1, 2024

A Revealing Look at HIV Hot Spots in the Alabama Black Belt

POZ Magazine | January 26, 2024

Stable Housing Can Mean Life or Death for HIV-positive New Yorkers

NYS Senate | January 25, 2024

Bill would revise Tennessee’s decades-old law targeting HIV-positive people convicted of sex work

KGET | January 23, 2024

Lawsuit alleges HIV-positive inmate died after being denied medication at Northern California jail

KRDO | January 22, 2024

The changing demographics around HIV and ending new diagnoses

Gay Times | January 18, 2024

2024 HIV and AIDS Awareness Days

POZ Magazine | January 8, 2024

HIV/AIDS cases in Arizona surpasses previous peak from 1988

KJZZ | January 8, 2024

HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment drugs offer best hope ever

Kansas City Star | January 5, 2024

HIV case growth rate reaches 20% in Arizona, figures show

FOX 10 Phoenix | January 5, 2024

For Years, He Couldn't Donate at the Blood Center Where He Worked. Under New FDA Rules, Now He Can

US News | December 22, 2023

A Systematic Review of HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Implementation in U.S. Emergency Departments: Patient Screening...

NIH | December 21, 2023

CDC hopes to eliminate HIV as global public health threat

WKOW 27 News | December 15, 2023

Oklahoma’s Ending the HIV Epidemic Efforts Extend Reach to People in Rural Areas

HIV.gov | December 8, 2023

World AIDS Day 2023 Roundup: Key Messages and New Resources

HIV.gov | December 7, 2023

Tennessee's Penalties for HIV-Positive People Are Discriminatory, Justice Department Says

US News & World Report | December 1, 2023

World AIDS Day 2023

NIH | December 1, 2023

Ways to Commemorate World AIDS Day 35 with HIV.gov

HIV.gov | November 16, 2023

US to cover HIV prevention drugs for older Americans to stem spread of the virus 

The Detroit News | November 14, 2023

IDWeek 2023 reflections from an HIV clinician in the South 

idsociety.org | November 10, 2023

$1.5 million bond set for man accused of intentionally spreading HIV

Atlanta News First | November 6, 2023

Texas is a hotspot for new HIV infections, but many still can’t access preventive care

KERA News | November 2, 2023

Many Medicaid Enrollees Do Not Receive Needed HIV Care

JAMA | October 2023

Gilead Named Number One Overall Philanthropic Funder of HIV-Related Programs for ... 

Gilead Sciences | October 24, 2023

Tennessee faces federal lawsuit over decades-old penalties targeting HIV-positive ...

NBC News | October 24, 2023

Metro Atlanta has one of the highest HIV rates in the world | What can be done to prevent the spread

FOX5 Atlanta | October 12, 2023

Despite New Long-Term Options, People Still Prefer Daily PrEP Pill to Prevent HIV

US News and World Report | October 3, 2023

Free Continuing Education Opportunities

CDC | October 3, 2023

U.S. Statistics

HIV.gov | October 3, 2023

Clinical Trial of HIV Vaccine Begins in United States and South Africa

HIV.gov | September 26, 2023

HUD Announces $50 Million Funding Opportunity to Provide Stable Housing to People with HIV and Their Families

HIV.gov | September 20, 2023

Putting Community First – OIDP Staff Reflects on NAESM Conference

HIV.gov | August 24, 2023

HIV/AIDS epidemic hits Long Island Black and Latino communities hardest

Newsday | August 2023

Gilead outlines impact of $100M push to tackle HIV epidemic

Fierce Pharma | August 23, 2023

Iowa leads U.S. in HIV suppression - Axios Des Moines 

Axios | August 17, 2023

Georgia's 6% jump in HIV/AIDS cases blamed on migrant influx

bne IntelliNews | August 16, 2023

Long Targeted in Abortion Battle, U.S. Global AIDS Program Gets New Home in State Department 

USNews.com | August 2, 2023

PEPFAR deserves renewal

Washington Examiner | July 30, 2023

Republicans are threatening to sabotage George W. Bush's greatest accomplishment

Vox | July 28, 2023

Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS Calls for End to HIV Stigma

POZ Magazine | July 20, 2023

CAPT John Oguntomilade: New Role as EHE Initiative Coordination Lead

HIV.gov | July 20, 2023

IAPAC Calls on US Congress to Reject Efforts to Gut US HIV Response

International Association of Providers of AIDS Care | July 14, 2023

New HIV case linked to "vampire facials" at New Mexico spa

CBS News | July 6, 2023

Anthony Fauci on Larry Kramer and Loving Difficult People

The New York Times | July 4, 2023

Iowa Passed Law Prohibiting HIV Education in School Curriculum 

Human Rights Campaign | June 14, 2023

Greg Louganis to part with Olympic medals for HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ+ causes 

Orange County Register | June 12, 2023

Walmart plans to expand its specialty HIV outreach

CNBC | June 9, 2023

Opinion | C. Everett Koop was a trailblazer on AIDS, other infectious diseases 

The Washington Post | June 9, 2023

Cassidy Leads Bipartisan Call to Reauthorize PEPFAR, Address Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission 

U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana | June 8, 2023

Latinos in Georgia See Rising HIV Rates While Other Groups See Declines [VIDEO]

POZ Magazine | April 28, 2023

Surprising study indicates trans women in gender-affirming care contract HIV less often 

LGBTQ Nation | April 28, 2023

Longtime home for HIV/AIDS patients closing; lawyers fear it could worsen city's homeless problem 

WBRZ | April 21, 2023

The History, Stigma and Future of HIV/AIDS

Giddy | April 21, 2023

HIV/AIDS Providers Are Ecstatic About North Carolina Finally Expanding Medicaid 

TheBody | April 4, 2023

Resources for 2023 National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

HIV.gov | March 20, 2023

We faith-based leaders want to know why Tennessee is declining HIV/AIDS funds | Opinion 

The Tennessean | March 9, 2023

HIV Advocates Are Still Waiting to Hear from the CDC About Molecular Surveillance 

TheBody | March 8, 2023

Amid Rising Crisis, Georgia Denies Medicaid Expansion to HIV Patients

Filter | March 8, 2023

California pharmacists face barriers to offer HIV medications

UC Berkeley School of Public Health - University of California, Berkeley | March 7, 2023

Former President Bush Urges Lawmakers to Reauthorize AIDS Relief Plan

VOA News | March 3, 2023

US: 25 Million Lives Saved by AIDS Program 

voanews.com | February 28, 2023

Leveraging the HIV Response for Stronger Pandemic Preparedness 

amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research | February 9, 2023

Stealing time: a prescription for a way forward

POZ Magazine | February 1, 2023

20th Anniversary of the United States President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief 

State Department | January 28, 2023

Ward 86, the First U.S. HIV Clinic, Celebrates 40 years

POZ | January 27, 2023

HIV at center of latest culture war after Tennessee rejects federal funds 

The Washington Post | January 26, 2023

AIDS Denialism Is Still Deadly in 2023

TheBody | January 13, 2023

HIV advocates call plans from insurer Blue Cross NC 'discriminatory' 

North Carolina Health News | January 6, 2023

Gilead runs new 'HIV is not a crime' TV ad with André De Shields

Fierce Pharma | January 4, 2023

West Virginia Officials Block Clean Needle Programs Despite HIV Outbreak 

HIVPlusMag.com | January 3, 2023

 
 
           
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