As of our most recent update, 12 states have added all PLWH to their Phase 1c rollout, but prioritization is changing rapidly as states develop their plans and additional vaccine doses become available.
Stereotypes, neglect, and lack of outreach are standing in the way of older Black women’s access to this prevention tool.
Making sure everyone has enough money to live on can protect HIV-negative people from vulnerability to HIV infection and keep the viral loads of people living with HIV undetectable.
Public health experts say it only makes things worse, but it can still feel necessary.
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We need to take an active approach as a society to end health disparities among Black women that are caused by racism.
Via the Human Rights Campaign, the pharma giant will dole out $3.2 million, its latest investment in a complicated relationship with the HIV community.
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Viread (a.k.a. TDF or tenofovir disoproxil fumarate) turns 20 this year, but it's still a very common medication taken by people living with HIV or as PrEP.
There’s still work to do, even under a more progressive administration.
Bryan C. Jones is addressing the social and structural disparities that play a part in the HIV epidemic. "If we don't start having a real conversation about white privilege ... we'll never get ahead of this fight."
When Jeremiah Johnson was kicked out of the Peace Corps after his HIV diagnosis, he was angry, scared, ashamed, and struggling to figure out his next steps. Then he met Benjamin Young, M.D.
Sure, there's all the usual stuff it's important to talk about, like lab results and HIV treatment options. But what else should you ask your HIV care provider that could end up improving your health?