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NYU and Penn St. awarded $5.8 million to improve health for minorities living with HIV

NYU and Penn St. awarded $5.8 million to improve health for minorities living with HIV ...

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Pfizer officials call for Blacks to participate in Sickle Cell Disease Clinical Trials

June 19, 2016 marks World Sickle Cell Day. In a desire to help create a greater awareness of sickle cell disease (SCD) and increase their efforts to find a cure, Pfizer invited members of the Black Press to meet and discuss with key members of their rare disease medical and management staff the state of (SCD) and their search for a cure ...

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Florida Department of Health in Broward County

Good news for thousands of immigrant families who have been unable to obtain low-cost Florida KidCare health insurance without a five-year wait. ...

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Faith community issues call to action: End AIDS by 2030

At an interfaith prayer service on June 7, people from diverse faith communities issued a call to action to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030 ...

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How organ donation saved my life

How organ donation saved my life ...

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Thinking about opting out of vaccinations for your child? New laws may make it very difficult

Thinking about opting out of vaccinations for your child? New laws may make it very difficult ...

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President Obama: ‘AIDS-free generation is within reach’

The President recalled that five years ago, he said that an “AIDS-free generation is within reach.” The global community is mobilizing to end the disease by 2030, said the President. ...

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Atlanta ranks number one nationwide with HIV

Atlanta ranks number one nationwide with HIV ...

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People with HIV are less likely to get needed cancer treatment

We’ve made great progress treating people who are infected with HIV, but if they get cancer they’re less likely to get the care they need, a recent study found. ...

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