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Donnall Walker, 52, returned home to find his HIV pills floating in floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey. He went 11 days without medication.

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.

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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.

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With Planned Parenthood on Board, U=U HIV Campaign Hopes to Gain Steam

The national health care provider and advocacy group joins a community of international health experts in confirming what a groundswell of scientific evidence has shown: When a person's viral load is undetectable, HIV is untransmittable.

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After Hurricane Harvey, Community Rises to Help Texans With HIV

Despite obstacles, the U.S. HIV community is mobilizing to help make sure people living with HIV who were impacted by the storm have access to antiretrovirals and basic everyday supplies.

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Louisiana Links Program Finds 'Missing' People Living With HIV to Keep Them and Others Healthy

Engaging people in HIV medical care and achieving the goals of care have greatly improved in the participating health care sites since the implementation of the Louisiana Links program.

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Positively Trans: A Community of Transgender People With HIV Standing in Their Truth

"We are highlighting the strength of the community," explained founder Cecilia Chung. "At the same time, we want to honor individual stories and resilience."

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AIDS, Art, Performance and a Fabulous Evening Downtown

VAVA VOOM is Visual AIDS' dazzling spring benefit to honor and support artists living with HIV and fighting the epidemic.

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More Than a Name Change: AIDS.gov Becomes HIV.gov

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services today officially changed the name of AIDS.gov, the federal government's leading source for information about HIV, to HIV.gov.

The Well Project

HIV-Positive Women Overwhelmingly Report Leading Healthier, More Self-Assured Lives Thanks to The Well Project

Since its founding in 2002, it's helped hundreds of thousands of women living with HIV. Get the stories behind the statistics on The Well Project.

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Colorado HIV Advocacy Day: Success! A Blog Entry by Barb Cardell

"Colorado Advocacy Day was a huge success on April 21st," Barb Cardell writes. "This early chance to discuss the science of HIV, basics of advocacy, language and partnership with CORA organizations gave us a strong base from which to grow."