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Stigma mustn’t stop us from discussing HIV and mass incarceration

What’s striking is not so much the strength of the argument (which is debatable) but rather the public discussion that has started around it — one illustrating the power of stigma to influence the conversation around HIV/AIDS. ...

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FDA eases restrictions on blood donations from gay men

The Food and Drug Administration announced Monday it will replace the blanket ban with a new policy barring donations from men who have had sex with a man in the previous year. ...

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Jussie and Jurnee Smollett on World AIDS Day:

On Worlds AIDS Day, the actors and activists discuss the importance of advocating for the lives of Black people in all arenas. ...

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Data provides insight to improve adolescents’ health

Data provides insight to improve adolescents’ health ...

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How an approach called ‘Shock and Kill’ could cure HIV

How an approach called ‘Shock and Kill’ could cure HIV ...

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Prudential to offer individual life insurance to people with HIV

In a first from a major American insurer, Prudential Financial will offer traditional individual life insurance policies to eligible people living with HIV, reports Kaiser Health News. ...

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HIV is no major barrier to Hep C treatment success

HIV is no major barrier to Hep C treatment success ...

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