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Gary Bell and Raymond Hayward (l to r) credit Jennifer Melendez

Fighting Philadelphia’s HIV Epidemic Also Means Fighting Its Poverty Problem

The HIV epidemic in Philadelphia is heavily concentrated in its black population. Local caregivers at BEBASHI have seen diagnosis rates drop in recent years, though there’s still progress to be made.

By Tim Murphy
Ivo Mittelmeijer and Ejay de Wit speak with Mark S. King about the NoMoreC campaign at Sauna NZ in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, during AIDS 2018

A Gay Sauna Strives to Wipe Out Hepatitis C

The NoMoreC campaign is sponsored in part by Sauna NZ, a gay bathhouse in Amsterdam. So it seemed only appropriate for Mark S. King to head over to the sauna for a little quality time.

By Mark S. King
Hepatitis C Is Common in Prisons, but Treatment Is Rare Img

Hepatitis C Is Common in Prisons, but Treatment Is Rare

Despite the high price tag of curative treatments, public health leaders stress that treating people behind bars is more effective and less costly than trying to remedy the damage to affected individuals and communities later on, Victoria Law reports...

By Victoria Law
Demystifying Hepatitis C for Native Americans: Antonio Gonzalez's Story Img

Demystifying Hepatitis C for Native Americans: Antonio Gonzalez's Story

"There are no words, we have no experience, no songs, no stories to tell us of something else living inside of us," Antonio shares in this video.

By Mathew Rodriguez
As Hepatitis C Goes Rural, Public Health and Medicine Strain to Adapt Img

As Hepatitis C Goes Rural, Public Health and Medicine Strain to Adapt

Hep C was on the decline in the U.S. But between 2006 and 2012, rates more than tripled across Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia and Virginia. Rod McCullom reports on the challenges of an increasingly rural epidemic.

By Rod McCullom