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As Midterms Approach, AIDS Service Organizations Start Organizing in Overdrive

The landscape for many would-be American voters -- particularly voters of color, poor, rural, and elderly voters -- is more fraught with hurdles and red tape than in any point in the last 50 years.

As HIV Rates Soar in Louisiana, LSU Withholds PrEP Coverage

Baton Rouge has had the highest HIV rates in the nation for years. Yet, Louisiana State University's biggest insurance policy does not cover PrEP.

By Ryan Lee

Combating HIV in the Southwest: Keeping Arizonans 'SAAF'

You don't hear a lot about Arizona when it comes to HIV, but the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF) is busy combating HIV and providing HIV-related services and support in the Southwest.

By Charles Sanchez

You Up? This Public-Health Partner to Hookup Apps Sure Hopes So

Building Healthy Online Communities shows platforms like Grindr and Daddyhunt how to help users maintain sexual health.

By Tim Murphy

National Coalition Needed to Advance Issues Facing Long-Term Survivors of HIV, Report Says

A new report from The Reunion Project on HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day calls for a national coalition of survivors of HIV to advance the needs of survivors in four key areas: research, programs, community building, and advocacy.

By The Reunion Project

Black AIDS Institute Announces Founder Phill Wilson Retirement, New Initiatives

After 19 years at the helm of The Black AIDS Institute, president and CEO Phill Wilson says he will soon be stepping down from the role.

By Phill Wilson for The Black AIDS Institute

Gilead Will Help Fund the Fight Against HIV in Southern States. Is That a Mixed Blessing?

Big Pharma money can beef up public health efforts. But it can also distract from unchecked drug pricing -- and from government negligence.

By Tim Murphy

amfAR Chair Kenneth Cole Must Be Replaced. Here's Five Suggestions. A Blog Entry by Mark S. King

The American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) has been rocked by a scandal this year that involves shoe fashion maven Kenneth Cole, who serves as amfAR Board Chair, and amfAR major donor Harvey Weinstein. Mark S. King offers his suggestions for w...

By Mark S. King for MyFabulousDisease.com

Texans With HIV Cope With Homes and Medicines Ruined by Hurricane Harvey

There are some 25,000 people with HIV and AIDS living in Houston and Harris County. It will take months to determine whether their viral loads were affected by Hurricane Harvey.

By Sarah Varney for Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Community Health Centers Left High and Dry by Congressional Inaction

In the absence of a funding renewal from Congress, the more than 10,400 community health centers in the U.S. could lose up to 70 percent of their federal grant funding within a matter of months.

By AIDS United