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Activists hold march to protest lack of access to HIV treatment

Participants in the “Quality Treatment for All” march spoke numerous languages and U.S., Mexican, Swedish, Peruvian and South African flags blew almost in rhythm to the many dancers moving through the crowd of mostly women. ...

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GB Pharma Holdings strategically positions itself in Africa for distribution and contribution to reducing HIV/AIDS with wonder drug, LodonalTM

GB Pharma Holdings strategically positions itself in Africa for distribution and contribution to reducing HIV/AIDS with wonder drug, LodonalTM ...

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The ‘Longest Day’ – Fight against Alzheimer’s

— On June 20, the “Longest Day”, a nationally recognized day to raise awareness, funds, highlight and focus attention on individuals suffering with Alzheimer’s. ...

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Black treatment advocates travel to International AIDS Conference

Black Treatment Advocates sponsored by the Black AIDS Institute will travel to Durban, South Africa, where they will attend the International AIDS Conference, ...

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Black AIDS Institute to host Pre-Conference Updates at AIDS 2016

The Black AIDS Institute (BAI) will host a one-and-one-half-day pre-conference designed to prepare delegates for specific sessions being presented at the International AIDS Conference. ...

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VITAS Healthcare general manager recognized as Caribbean American Heritage Award honoree

VITAS Healthcare general manager recognized as Caribbean American Heritage Award honoree ...

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For National HIV Testing Day, CDC launches Serostatus Matters, a new continuing medical education opportunity to encourage Primary Care Providers to test their patients for HIV

For National HIV Testing Day, CDC launches Serostatus Matters, a new continuing medical education opportunity to encourage primary vare providers to test their patients for HIV ...

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HIV among issues examined during White House’s United State of women summit

Last week, thousands of people gathered for the United State of Women, a White House summit focused on the needs of women and girls. Employing the theme, “Today, We’ll Change Tomorrow,” ...

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Stem Cell Transplant can help HIV patients battling Lymphoma: Study

People living with HIV are at high risk for lymphoma, and a new study concludes that stem cell transplant should be standard treatment in these cases. ...

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