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Identifying strategies to eliminate perinatal Hepatitis B transmission

The elimination of perinatal hepatitis B transmission—transmission of the virus from mother to child during pregnancy or childbirth—is one of the four overarching goals of the national Viral Hepatitis Action Plan ...

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Danny Adams, 14-years-old, a Weston resident

the son of Miami Dolphins coach Blue Adams, has cancer of the brain and wished ...

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Reflections on HIV and privilege from a conference of people with HIV

The importance of a gathering like the Positive Living Conference, and many others like it, is that a safe space is established for people to be more than their HIV status ...

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Florida Department of Health in Broward County

Florida Department of Health in Broward County ...

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Almost half of American adults with HIV don’t take meds: report

Almost half of American adults infected with HIV don’t take medications that can prevent them from developing AIDS, a new government report shows. ...

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Meet Gwen Jimmere – The first African American woman to hold a patent for a natural hair product

The first African American woman to hold a patent for a natural hair product ...

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HIV and aging

HIV and aging ...

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The piercing cry of child poverty

The piercing cry of child poverty ...

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Sickle Cell Disease Association of Broward County, Inc. Invites You to 38th Annual Appreciation & Scholarship Banquet

Sickle Cell Disease Association of Broward County, Inc. Invites You to 38th Annual Appreciation & Scholarship Banquet ...

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