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2016 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care and Treatment: Day Two Recap

As thousands of HIV care and treatment leaders, including Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program recipients from across the nation, reconvened for day two of the 2016 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care and Treatment in Washington, D.C., the focus was on...

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Updated: Common Patient Assistance Program Application Reduces Barriers to HIV Medication Access

The updated Common Patient Assistance Program Application is intended to be used by both people living with HIV and their doctors or case managers) to apply to all HIV patient assistance programs at once, thus reducing the application paperwork and t...

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2016 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care and Treatment: Day One Recap

More than 2,400 HIV care and treatment leaders, Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program recipients, stakeholders, and those on the front lines providing direct care to people living with HIV convened in Washington, D.C. yesterday for the kickoff of the 2016 Nati...

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The Role of PrEP in HIV Prevention for Black Women: Power in Service

"We envision Black women enjoying the best possible health, and, as such are compelled to promote Black women's health and wellness, focusing on their strength and resiliency," Barbara Lee Jackson writes. "This includes educating them about the HIV p...

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Personal Stories

Viral Suppression: The Struggle Is Real

"Viral suppression reflects not only the quality of medical care, but also how well we are supporting people living with HIV to live long, healthy, and happy lives," writes Richard Wolitski, Ph.D. "Increasing viral suppression is the single most impo...

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5 Inspiring Stories, 1 Message: Get Tested, Live Healthy

Five people share their inspiring stories of living healthy -- with HIV or by managing their HIV risk. Each of their journeys began with an HIV test.

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Really: Get Tested

"If you are positive, it's better to know and take action," writes Richard Wolitski, Ph.D. "If you're negative, knowing can relieve the stress and anxiety of not knowing and reinforce what can do to stay negative. It's well worth getting tested."

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National HIV Testing Day: Deondre's Story

"Knowing your current status shows that you care about both yourself and the well-being of your sexual partner(s); it can also give you a sense of relief," Deondre Moore writes. "Ultimately, that knowledge will make you stronger."

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35th Anniversary of AIDS: Federal Leaders Reflect (Video)

In advance of the 35th anniversary on June 5 of the first reported cases of what would become known as AIDS in the United States, AIDS.gov sat down with federal leaders in the response to HIV/AIDS to hear their reflections on this milestone.

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Personal Stories

A Former White House Intern's Personal Reflection on AIDS (Video)

"This young man is driven by similar factors that motivated thousands of us many years ago: a personal connection, inspiration derived from witnessing extraordinary bravery, and a desire to affect change," writes Douglas Brooks.