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New York: Binghamton University Play Raises HIV Awareness

This article was reported by the Binghamton University Pipe Dream.

The Binghamton University Pipe Dream recently reported that Women Empowered Support, Protect, Educate, Advocate, and Know at Binghamton University (WE SPEAK BU) in New York recently ...

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Thailand

Thailand: Agencies to Launch HIV-Testing Program "at the Workplace"

This article was reported by the The Nation (Bangkok).

The Nation recently reported that, in an effort to reduce HIV infections in Bangkok, the International Labour Organisation, UNAIDS, and the Thailand Business Coalition on AIDS launched a volunta...

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News

Florida: AIDS Healthcare Foundation Lake Ida Healthcare Center Offers Specialized HIV/AIDS Treatment

This article was reported by the News-Medical.net.

A News-Medical.net article reports that AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) now provides specialized HIV/AIDS treatment and care through its Lake Ida Healthcare Center in South Florida to HIV-positive ...

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Florida

Free HIV/AIDS Testing Available in Lehigh Acres, Fla.

This article was reported by Lehigh Acres Citizen.

Lehigh Acres Citizen reported on Emmanuel Mendez, an HIV testing counselor who urges everyone to get tested if they have had unprotected sex, shared needles, or married someone who may have used nee...

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California: Uneven Gains in HIV/AIDS in Different Populations

This article was reported by SFGate.com (San Francisco).

The San Francisco Gate recently reported that the Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonprofit health research organization, published a US AIDS analysis based on 2010 data. According to the report, ...

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Incarcerated People

Florida: Broward Health Department Drops Rapid HIV Testing at Jails

This article was reported by Sun Sentinel.

The Sun-Sentinel recently reported that Broward County Health Department discontinued HIV rapid testing for county jail inmates because the positivity rate was not high enough to warrant the program's expen...

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News

Ohio: Out of the Closet Thrift Store Provides HIV Testing

This article was reported by the The Lantern (Ohio State Univ).

The Lantern recently reported on a Columbus, Ohio, thrift store that provides more than the sale of used items. The Out of the Closet Thrift Store also provides free HIV and STD testing...

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New Web Portal Explains the Affordable Care Act for People With HIV

This article was reported by the eNews Park Forest.

eNews Park Forest recently reported that the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) launched a new web portal, "Obamacare & You," designed to assist HIV-infected people in understanding potential health in...

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Missouri: Kansas City Ministers Preach Gospel of Good Health

This article was reported by the Charlotte Observer.

The Charlotte Observer recently reported that HIV/AIDS activist Rev. Eric Williams and University of Missouri-Kansas City Psychology Professor Jannette Berkley-Patton received an $850,000, three-y...

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Military Personnel

U.S. Navy Opens More Assignments to HIV-Positive Sailors, Marines

This article was reported by Stars and Stripes.

Stars and Stripes reported today that sailors and Marines with blood-borne diseases, such as HIV and hepatitis, can now serve overseas and on large-ship-platform assignments, a privilege the Navy has l...