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The HIV care continuum initiative: The next step of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy

The Strategy has given a new sense of direction, and purpose in our fight against HIV and AIDS. ...

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How the ACA will affect People Living With HIV/AIDS: Advocacy to ensure full implementation of the ACA

And given that Black people living with HIV are currently most likely to fall through the cracks of our health-care system, Black advocates need to play a pivotal role in state-level advocacy. ...

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Black men most at risk for prostate cancer

Black males are more likely to die of prostate cancer than any other racial group, followed by White, Hispanic, American Indian/Alaska Native, and Asian/Pacific Islander men. ...

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How the ACA will affect people living with HIV/AIDS: Ensuring full implementation

To help lay a foundation for ending AIDS in the U.S., the ACA will need to be fully implemented. ...

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Protect-Yourself

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Protect-Your-Baby

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DOH recommends South Florida MSM population learn risks of bacterial meningitis

The Florida Department of Health (DOH) recommends that the Men having Sex with Men (MSM) population educate themselves on the risks associated with bacterial meningitis ...

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African Americans and pancreaticcancer: Things to know

Pancreatic cancer is diagnosed in African Americans more often than in other racial/ethnic groups in the United States. And African Americans are more likely than other groups to die from the disease ...

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Baptist Health South Florida partners with American Cancer Society for Landmark Cancer Prevention Study-3

Baptist Health South Florida recently opened the doors of its six hospitals to local residents who gave the gift of research by enrolling in the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Prevention Study – (CPS-3) ...

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