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California: Agencies Host Health Fair for HIV-Positive Older Men

This article was reported by Bay Area Reporter (San Francisco).

The Bay Area Reporter stated that the San Francisco AIDS Foundation; the Silver Project at 360, University of California San Francisco (UCSF): The Positive Care Center; and Let's Kick A...

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Famed Los Angeles Graffiti Crew Creates AIDS Awareness Billboard

This article was reported by San Diego Gay & Lesbian News.

San Diego Gay and Lesbian News recently reported that the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) unveiled the second installment of its Artists Gallery billboard series, for which the foundation c...

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California: Giants, Nonprofit Mark 20 Years of AIDS Awareness

The Until There's a Cure (UTAC) Foundation and the San Francisco Giants baseball team will mark the 20th annual "Until There's a Cure" game on Tuesday, May 21, when the Giants play the Washington Nationals at AT&T Park. The UTAC event will feature a ...

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California: San Francisco Urged to Backfill HIV Cut

San Francisco officials are being urged to backfill millions of dollars in federal funding cuts to HIV and AIDS services. Due to planned reductions in the city's share of Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act funding, the city will experien...

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California: Montclair Student Taking Part in UCLA Dance Charity for Pediatric AIDS Education

Each year since 2002, the Pediatrics AIDS Coalition at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) has organized a 26-hour Dance Marathon (DM) to raise funds, educate community members about pediatric HIV and AIDS, and acknowledge the battle of ...

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California: L.A.'s First AIDS Hospice Returned to City in Memorial Service

On January 26, The Chris Brownlie Hospice, once used as Los Angeles's first hospice for AIDS patients, was returned to the city. The AIDS Healthcare Foundation has been using the hospice building for offices since 1996. A memorial service was held to...

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California: Gay Softball Tourney Benefits HIV/AIDS Patients

The AIDS Assistance Program (AAP) of Palm Springs, Calif., will receive a much-needed financial boost through proceeds raised from the 22nd Palm Springs Winter Classic Softball Tournament, scheduled February 8–10, 2013. The tournament will feature 80...

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High HIV/AIDS Rates Still a Problem in Oakland, Calif. -- Part II

Kaiser Permanente has funded the East Bay Community Foundation to provide year-long grants of $75,000 to Cal-Pep, the HIV Education and Prevention Project of Alameda County, Lifelong Medical Care, Tri-City Health Center, and W.O.R.L.D. for HIV/AIDS p...

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California: AHF Opens Men's Wellness Center in Oakland Offering Free HIV and STD Testing

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) opened its eleventh Men's Wellness Center in the Oakland "Out of the Closet" thrift store on December 1, 2012, World AIDS Day. The newest center is located at 238 E. 18th Street and is open to walk-ins from 3 to 7...

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California: SF Under One Roof Closing Up Shop

Under One Roof is closing the store it leases in the Castro after 21 years of raising more than $4 million for numerous local HIV/AIDS charities through the sale of small gifts. "The bottom line is we're not giving enough money to the charities we ne...