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With HIV activists in the mix, D.C., L.A. and NYC are leading the way. Will other cities follow?
People With HIV Flood Congress for the First Time in the Trump Era: Videos and Stories From AIDSWatch 2017
More than 650 advocates from 34 states hit Capitol Hill last month to fight for HIV/AIDS funding and an end to stigmatizing policies.
It appears to spare Ryan White and Global AIDS, but it could take hard swipes at HIV research and prevention -- and Obamacare, Medicare and Medicaid remain on the chopping block.
Yes, SSA Disability Just Made a Slight Change for HIV-Positive Recipients. No, You Shouldn't Freak Out.
Disability benefits based on HIV haven't been subject to review, unlike other conditions. That era is ending, so it's time to make sure your health challenges, old or new, are in your medical records.
What We Could Lose: Thanks to the ACA, Medicaid Covers 12% More HIV-Positive Folks in Expansion States
There were double digit increases in health care coverage for people with HIV in states that expand Medicaid coverage under Obamacare. Now it's all at risk. Tim Murphy reports on what you can do about it.
HIV advocates say don't panic -- you'll likely be fine. But there are still things you can think about and steps you can take.
Do you need to start stockpiling your HIV meds? People with HIV in the United States have reason to be scared about what may happen to the programs they rely on for care. Here's possible scenarios.
Tim Murphy, a long-term survivor living with HIV, is "filled with immense gratitude" to be alive today, but is aware of the unique challenges of living with HIV over 50.
On December 2, thirty-one AIDS agencies including Housing Works sent this letter to federal health honcho Kathleen Sebelius asking her to crack down on Obamacare (Affordable Care Act) plans throughout the country that are making things hard on HIV+ f...
The International Drug Policy Reform Conference, a biennial event that brings together people from around the world who believe that the war on drugs is doing more harm than good, took place October 23-26 in Denver. It brought together over 1,000 att...