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2015 USCA Newsmaker DeRay Mckesson, Black Lives Matter activist, compares fighting AIDS to protest over policing

AIDS activists fighting to end the epidemic in the Black community can take cues from the protests over police violence and the killing of unarmed Black men, says DeRay Mckesson, a prominent leader associated with the Black Lives Matter movement. ...

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Study shows how PrEP can protect heterosexual couples

For serodiscordant couples, those in which one partner is HIV positive, emphasis must be placed on ensuring that the HIV-negative partner avoids HIV infection. A new study shows that pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) can be crucial to achieving that goal. ...

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Hastings recognizes the 25th Anniversary of the Ryan White CARE Act

Congressman Alcee L. Hastings (D-FL) made the following statement marking the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Ryan White CARE Act: ...

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2020 Vision: Our updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy

Our updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy ...

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The CDC Funds Black organizations

The CDC Funds Black organizations ...

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Four reasons you should be tested for hepatitis C

If you fall into one of these categories or are either curious or anxious about whether you have HCV, here are four reasons to take charge of your health: ...

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On 50th anniversary, Medicare and Medicaid still vital

As Medicare and Medicaid turn 50 this week, the nation takes a look at the impact of two of the most significant government programs ever launched. ...

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Broward Health Community Health Services hosts summer immunization fairs

As the upcoming school year approaches, uninsured children are invited to attend a series of summer immunization fairs where free immunizations and low-cost school physicals will be available. ...

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HIV Care Continuum: Controlling the virus is key

Controlling the virus is key ...

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