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NIH and Prostate Cancer Foundation launch large study on aggressive prostate cancer in African American men

The largest coordinated research effort to study biological and non-biological factors associated with aggressive prostate cancer in African American men has begun. ...

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New Lilly Diabetes Helpline to Assist People Seeking Solutions to Insulin Affordability Starting August 1, the Lilly Diabetes Solution Center will point people toward customized solutions based on personal circumstances

Starting August 1, a new dedicated helpline called the Lilly Diabetes Solution Center will assist people who need help paying for their insulin – such as those with lower incomes, the uninsured, and people in the deductible phase of their high-deductible insurance plans, Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) announced today ...

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Broward Health Recognizes Seven Brightest Star Honorees

Broward Health is pleased to present this year’s Brightest Star Award to seven employees selected for being outstanding examples of Broward Health Five Star Values - a group of core standards that promotes the system’s commitment to provide quality healthcare to all they serve. ...

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One Choice is No Choice: Florida Governor Rick Scott Denies Critical Healthcare Coverage to Those Living with HIV  

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the nation’s largest non-profit HIV/AIDS healthcare provider and largest global AIDS organization, is blasting Florida Governor Rick Scott for denying critical healthcare coverage to those living with HIV/AIDS ...

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Countering Mental Health Stigma in the Black church ...

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Human clinical trials are up next for experimental HIV vaccine

       According to U.S. researchers, an experimental HIV vaccine protected animals from dozens of strains of HIV and a human trial of the vaccine is expected to begin in the second half of 2019.   ...

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Gaining insight into Alzheimer’s and the African American population

     The Alzheimer’s Association has now identified that African Americans develop Alzheimer’s at a higher rate than any other group of Americans. They are about twice as likely as non-Hispanic whites to develop the disease or other forms of dementia, according to the association, a group that focuses on research, care and education. ...

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Health, Diversity and Inclusion Leader Sheila Thorne will receive the New Jersey State Association IBPOEW’s Civil Liberties 2018 Community Service Award

Sheila Thorne, the President of Multicultural Healthcare Marketing Group, will receive the 2018 Community Service Award at the New Jersey State Association of the Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks of the World (IBPOEW) Civil Liberties Luncheon, honoring her advocacy, service and commitment to public responsibility ...

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Tiffany Davis needs a bone marrow transplant to get a second chance at life

Tiffany Davis needs a bone marrow transplant to get a second chance at life. As a 31-year-old breast cancer survivor, she thought her cancer journey was enough for a lifetime. ...

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