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HIV/AIDS and the 2016 Election

The 2016 U.S. presidential campaign is underway, and the HIV community is watching closely and speaking out. TheBody.com brings you the top news and perspectives on the election of a political leader whose words and actions will impact domestic and global HIV/AIDS funding, prevention, treatment, care and research.


24 Years After Historic Speech, Republican Leader With HIV Decries Rhetoric of U.S. Presidential Campaign

24 Years After Historic Speech, Republican Leader With HIV Decries Rhetoric of U.S. Presidential Campaign

Mary Fisher, who riveted the 1992 Republican National Convention, on the 2016 race: "It isn't easy to find joy, or high expectations, in the context of uncouth politicians speaking half-truths to their mobs of angry supporters."

Turning Anger Into Action: Clinton and Sanders Feel HIV Heat. Now Stand Up to Trump

Turning Anger Into Action: Clinton and Sanders Feel HIV Heat. Now Stand Up to Trump

Our fury compelled the Democratic candidates to speak out about HIV, including in a new HIV questionnaire. But Republicans remain silent, while their front-runner verbally attacks communities affected by HIV. What now?

2016 Presidential HIV/AIDS Questionnaire

2016 Presidential HIV/AIDS Questionnaire

Where do the 2016 U.S. presidential candidates stand on HIV/AIDS issues? Hilary Clinton and Bernie Sanders replied to a poll from over 50 groups; no Republican candidates responded. Here's what they said.

What Would You Ask the Next U.S. President About HIV?

What Would You Ask the Next U.S. President About HIV?

The U.S. presidential race around the corner. What do people with HIV, providers and advocates want to ask the candidates about HIV?


  
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